A big thank you to Beautifully Well Box for this terrific article…..
This is how you can rapidly improve your hair health the toxin-free way?
Do you need a shampoo that is natural & nourishing, lathers really well, gently cleanses your hair & scalp and leaves your hair shiny, soft looking & sensational – all without stripping out your natural oils?
We know you do so keep reading because this organic Coconut + Argan Shampoo from Coconut Tree Products is naturally free from toxins and smells good enough to eat!
Organic coconut oil and argan oils are enriched with aloe, wheat protein and vitamins to hydrate and strengthen your hair… Naturally!
The benefits of coconut oil for hair health have long been known for those living in tropical regions.
Coconut oil is made up of healing hair nutrients to help promote protein regrowth – making your hair stronger and shinier.
Also vitamin E and essential fatty acids which penetrate deeply to add lustre, shine and softness to the hair – naturally!
Organic coconut oil and argan oils are enriched with aloe, wheat protein and vitamins to hydrate and strengthen your hair.
Hair just loves coconut oil! Simple!
Coconut Tree Organic Coconut + Argan Shampoo is free from;
- artificial fragrance
- are gentle enough for the whole family (even for babies)
- suitable for all hair types
- totally free from the nasty stuff
Application steps / tips for ease of use
How to use:
- Soak hair thoroughly
- Apply a small amount to hands and lather gently through wet hair
- Massage well through hair and scalp then rinse
- Repeat (this is important)
- Squeeze excess moisture from hair
- Gentle enough to use every day
- Follow with Coconut + Argan Conditioner
What You Can Expect Using Organic Coconut Oil Shampoo
The main difference you’ll notice about natural shampoo is that it doesn’t lather up the same way your old shampoo did.
Because those nasty chemical foaming agents aren’t there.
This doesn’t mean it’s not getting your hair clean or that you need to use more shampoo than usual.
Instead, simply adding a little water after you’ve started applying your natural shampoo can help create a lather.
You can even dilute it in advance by combining water and shampoo together in a spare bottle, making it easier to use quickly.
It can also be helpful to actually repeat and wash again after you rinse.
The second washing often lathers more than the first.
It can take a few washes for your scalp and you to adjust when switching to a natural shampoo.
In the beginning, it may feel like your hair is oilier and heavier than normal.
One important trick is to make sure you rinse your hair well as any residual shampoo can make your hair feel heavier.
After a few washes, however, your scalp will adjust and you’ll probably find that your hair’s texture is more well-balanced with less oil at the roots and healthier, moist tips.
You may even notice your hair is fuller with more bounce and some people may experience better hair growth as a result of switching.
Used regularly, even periodically between using your regular products as a way to restore and nourish your scalp and hair, you’ll enjoy healthier hair with more shine and bounce.
You will also be comfortable knowing that you’re reducing the toxins that you and your family are absorbing on a daily basis.
Switching to a natural shampoo
Switching to natural shampoo is a great way to make your scalp happy and your hair look healthier with more bounce and shine – and you may wish you’d made the switch sooner.
# Remember #
Your scalp is your skin too and it will absorb some of the ingredients in your hair products even if they are washed off so it’s important, for lifelong health and wellbeing, to try to reduce to toxic load from all your personal care products.
Why you should make the switch
Conventional shampoo ingredients help rid your hair of dirt and oils, but they contain a cocktail of artificial ingredients to help lather, emulsify, add slip and shine… Not to mention artificial preservatives and fragrances that may smell amazing.
But remember these ingredients used over and over again over time can strip your hair and scalp of natural oils.
This can lead to a condition whereby your hair seems to need washing more and more frequently but leaves you feeling like you have a dry, itchy and sensitive scalp and dehydrated, stressed hair.