Natural and Toxin Free Dry Shampoos
Are you concerned not only about what you're putting into your curls, but what you're also releasing into the environment? Dry shampoo is a blessing to most curly haired girls. There are some less than great brands out there. For the amount of dry shampoo curly girls use, it's important to think about what's being put into hair. Here are great natural and toxin free dry shampoos to try.
Many dry shampoos contain talc, which might cause respiratory toxicity and even cancer. Another ingredient listed is cetrimonium chloride, which is listed as toxic by the AFH Library. Finally, most dry shampoos contain parabens, which are a curly hair no go.
HAIR GROWTH STIMULATING ORGANIC DRY SHAMPOO
This handmade dry shampoo can be found on Etsy by seller OrganicSkinShop. It's made with all organic ingredients like coaco powder, ginger, aluminium free baking soda, and essential oils. The rosemary and peppermint oils help curl growth. The product also comes in formulas for light or dark hair. This makes it easy to pick a formula for the color of your hair.
ACURE DRY SHAMPOO
This product contains 6 all natural ingredients, making it a great choice. It has arrowroot powder, essential oils, and baking soda. For vegan curlies, this is a great choice, as it's a cruelty free formula. It's Curly Girl Method friendly as this product contains no sulfates, parabens, phthalates, or silicones. Find it on Thrive Market or on Amazon. It's pretty cost effective.
FAT & THE MOON LAVENDER & COCOA DRY SHAMPOO
This dry shampoo has a lovely lavender and cocoa smell and it works well. This product features healthful curl care ingredients such as cocoa powder, arrowroot starch, kaolin clay, and lavender essential oils. It works well on both light and dark hair, and provides great lift at the roots.
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