Healthy Sexy Hair Color Safe Soy Moisturizing Shampoo penetrates hair to moisturize, cleanse and protect. May be used daily for normal/combination/color treated hair. Preserves color and protects against environmental damage.
Ounces: 1.7 oz
Ingredients: Soy Amino Acids Protein that penetrates, strengthens and moisturizes Hydrolyzed Soy Protein Protein that moisturizes and protects hair Pro-Vitamin B5 Moisturizes hair, gives shine and body, acts as a detangler Chamomile Extract A soothing and protecting essential oil Cocoa Extract Helps smooth the hair & conditions
How To Use
Apply to damp hair. Work into a lather, rinse and repeat if necessary. Can be used daily on all hair types for weightless moisture, shine and manageability. Follow with Color Safe Soy Moisturizing Conditioner.
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- I have very fine hair (a lot
I have very fine hair (a lot of it) and I color it in hot colors regularly. This is a pretty good shampoo. Good value for money and it makes my hair soft without going all limp and greasy. That said, for really hot colors like magenta and teal I found that Colure hair products really held the color up much longer than anything else I have tried.
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Q: What is Sodium Laureth Sulfate?
A: Sodium Laureth Sulfate is a cleansing ingredient that is known for its foaming and emulsifying properties. .
Q: Why did we removing Sodium Laureth Sulfate from our formulas?
A: We removed sulfates to offer customers better color retention. Sodium Laureth Sulfate is widely used in hair care formulations but is considered a leading cause of quicker color wash, and can “strip” hair if used at high level. In order to protect hair color, we have created formulas that are gentler, milder and maintains hair color for a longer period of time. .
Q: What is the importance of our formulas being salt free?
A: To protect hair that has been chemically straightened so that it won’t revert back or strip the treatment from the hair or weaken extension bonds. Salt breaks down the adhesive in extension bonds and causes them to loosen and matify.