Actually, there are a number of eco-friendly shampoos on the market today. If you just visit ecosalon.com, for example, you will find lists of the highest ranked shampoos and conditioners. Topping out the list is Sea Chi Organics’ Tasmanian Lavender Shampoo. It is made from all natural ingredients and works well for just about every hair type. If you’re looking for something a little more generic but still good for the environment, try Walmart’s new line of organic hair products.
Eco-friendly shampoos also have a level of eco-friendliness that need to be taken into consideration. The best way to find chemical free shampoos is to look for the USDA organic label, such as Origins Organics. Stella McCartney’s Care line is certified by Ecocert, another internationally recognized standard.
I would definitly check
http://www.1-4dioxane.com/uploads/1_4-dioxane_test_results_2009_FINAL__revised_.pdf for dioxane levels. The State of California, under proposition 65, listed 1,4-dioxane as a chemical known to cause cancer on January 1, 1988.
I would avoid it for sure.
You betcha! Check out Aubrey Organics, that comapny has a huge selection depending on your hair type as well as organic hairspray! Saffron Rouge is also a good company to check out.
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