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Increasing Demand for Herbal Hair Care products

Post by jinjil on April 26th 2011, 9:43 am

Today's popular shampoo brands are thick with unpronounceable chemical compounds and complex molecules. Most of these chemicals fall into four categories namely detergents, foaming agents, oils and aesthetic agents. Together, these chemicals may layer the scalp with unwanted residue that can clog hair follicles and contribute to hair loss, weigh down hair, or otherwise suffocate beautiful natural strands. chemical free shampoo , on the other hand, help eliminate many of these problems. Natural hair products have less negative environmental impact and are well suited to an ecologically harmonious lifestyle.

Instead of using synthetic chemicals to clean and enliven hair, chemical free shampoos use a variety of essential oils, essences, and other botanical products to accomplish the same tasks the way nature intended. While many specific plants are chosen for their cleaning properties, ability to lighten or darken hair, or their natural strengths, others may be added for pleasant scents and light colors to make the shampoo attractive without artificial additives. Popular ingredients in chemical free products include aloe, mint, thyme, coconut, lavender, apricot, eucalyptus, ginger and many more. Many plant extracts are combined into soothing or refreshing blends to add aromatherapy benefits to the natural products as well, making them a treat for the senses as well as the hair.

It is believed that shampoos which are free of chemicals are much healthier and beneficial to the hair. Another reason that you may choose to switch to chemical free shampoo is because they are a much better option for people who have allergies or sensitive scalps.

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