9 Hair Products that Destroy Your Hair

Sodium Chloride

 Thickening agents appear in many shampoos, with sodium chloride a common one. This is basically table salt, and can be responsible for itchy, dry scalps – and even hair loss.

So, what can you do to take better care of your hair? Which ingredients should you search for when buying new styling and cleansing products?

Shampoos and Conditioners

 One ingredient to look out for when buying shampoos and conditioner is lauryl glucoside, which gently removes dirt from the hair with effective results. Another one to look our for is polyquaternium-7 or polyquaternium-10: these polymers feature a positive charge – which combats harmful effects of detergents and balances negative charges, helping to make hair softer.

Coconut oil, olive oil, palm oil, and jojoba oil can all help to keep hair healthy, thanks to the sebum typically found within: they can actually reinforce the hair, for long-last positive results.

Styling Products

 When searching for new styling products, keep your eyes peeled for dimethicone – this helps to seal the hair’s cuticles well, to keep moisture locked in for a healthier shine. Many styling products – particularly those created by big brands – often carry vitamins to keep hair well-fed & strong, as well as natural oils.

Products featuring more organic, healthy ingredients may well cost more than others, but the extra investment is worth it if it means your hair will look better and, most importantly, feel better.

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