Worry Free with Sulfate Free Shampoo

We always want to look good whether its front of our family, friends, or colleagues. And the thing that we always take care of is our hair. But, sometimes we forget what’s the best way to take care of it is, and using shampoos that we don’t even know the ingredients doesn’t help. I’ve been hearing about the sulfate-free shampoo from shops that I go to, therefore I tried it and it’s actually great because the moisture of my hair doesn’t fade plus the softness it brings. There are things you must know when using this shampoo, so I’ll tell you about that first.

When you go to the store to buy, make sure to check the label that says “sulfate-free” if you plan to get the known brands to make sure you have the correct one. Well, you can also find it on organic products so you can definitely check that isle. Also, the sulfate free shampoo is actually not that bubbly or foamy like the regular ones, hence you don’t need to put too much on your hair. I’m sure you don’t want to remove the natural oil that’s good for your skin that’s why just the right amount will do when using it. Now, I’ll be sharing the best sulfate free shampoo for fine hair I found that helped me a lot.

Living Proof Full Shampoo

The Living Proof Full Shampoo it’s actually not the first one I bought but I was glad it was shared with me and I tried it. It made my hair really shiny and felt like my head was light because it removed the dandruff on my scalp and the bits of dirt. It’s like my head was so refreshed even though I stay out during the day. I loved that it works splendid on my fine hair. As for the price, it ranges around $27- $28 depending where you will buy it but it’s definitely worth it for the effects it gave.

L’Oréal Everstrong Thickening Shampoo

Next is the L’Oréal Everstrong Thickening Shampoo which is the second product I tried and it’s around $7. I tried it since I had keratin treatment at that time and saw that it’s salt-free (said to be good for keratin treatments) and sulfate-free as well. It’s literally good because it doesn’t feel dry on my scalp and still had that fresh feel though I didn’t use it that long since my hair is not that thin. I think this will be best for people with thin hair since it’s a thickening shampoo. But if you are just worrying about dandruff you can try the L’Oréal Paris Ever Fresh Antidandruff Shampoo since it works the same not just the thickening of the hair.

Briogeo Charcoal + Coconut Oil Micro-Exfoliating Shampoo

Now to the first one I tried, the Briogeo Charcoal + Coconut Oil Micro-Exfoliating Shampoo that I bought for $42. Yes I know it’s a bit pricey but it did serve its purpose. It was the first time I felt the itchiness of my scalp removed and it did felt amazing. Apart from that is the irritation stopped and my scalp was like hydrated, maybe that’s because it’s all organic. It surely made a change for me but I’m not really into spending too much on a shampoo.

And last but not the least is the Pantene Sulfate-Free Illuminating Color Care Shampoo. I bought it for $7 just to try if it has the same effect as the other I tried and it did. It even has a refreshing scent after wash it’s like you’re at the flower shop. I enjoyed the smell and it was able to clean my hair which is perfect. But there was something missing for me with this product, I didn’t get that light feeling after.

Overall, these products are really good for you to use through the one I’m still continuing to use is the Living Proof Full Shampoo. It’s not that fragrant but the feel of freshness, light, and clean is all there. It’s like a complete package on what you want including the healthiness of your hair which is the most important thing for me. Moreover, the price is still in the affordable range for me, so it’s a win-win for me. I hope this helps you and continue taking care of yourself, and your hair.