Updated: Apr 10
Clean hair care refers to hair care products and practices that prioritize natural, non-toxic, and sustainable ingredients over synthetic and potentially harmful ones. This approach to hair care focuses on using ingredients that are good for both the hair and the environment, while avoiding those that may cause harm or irritation. Harm or irritation can come in the form of the ingredients and packaging not being biodegradable or have traces of carcinogens when used in larger quantities.
Clean hair care products typically do not contain harsh chemicals such as sulfates, parabens, phthalates, and synthetic fragrances. Instead, they use more natural ingredients such as plant extracts, essential oils, and natural surfactants to cleanse and nourish the hair and scalp. Some popular ingredients in clean hair care products include aloe vera, coconut oil, argan oil, shea butter, and peppermint.
In addition to using clean hair care products, adopting healthy hair care practices is beneficial for maintaining strong and healthy hair. These include regular washing, using a wide-tooth comb to detangle wet hair, avoiding excessive heat styling, and minimizing the use of numerous hair products.
Overall, clean hair care is a holistic approach to hair care that prioritizes the health of both the hair and the environment.
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