chemical irritants in our shampoos

Published : 08/23/2014 17:31:15
Categories : Shampoo

Is the SLS you say something? Surely not, yet it is top of the list (with water) in many shampoos.

Sodium lauryl sulfate (in English, sodium lauryl sulfate or SLS) is an ionic surfactant which is used in household products such as toothpastes, shampoos, shaving foam or bubble baths for its thickening effect and its ability to create a foam (source: wikipedia).

The problem is that this foaming agent is very irritating to the skin and eyes.

I suggest you read the labels before buying your shampoo and prefer a natural shampoo without chemicals.

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