Eco-chic is the new big trend. We all know how to go green by recycling, and saving energy at home but did you know you can help the environment while you wash your hair? If you're looking for a new way to be good to the environment, try a biodegradable shampoo.
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Biotin shampoo is enriched with Plantherol-3, ginseng and chamomile which all help to promote healthy hair. The ingredients in Biotin also repair damaged ends and support scalp health. With extracts of aloe-vera and marigold, Biotin shampoo also leaves hair smelling lovely. Many natural shampoos don't leave hair smelling the best, so if you've been having trouble finding a good-smelling, eco-friendly shampoo, give Biotin a shot and see what you think.
Kirk's Coco Castile Shampoo
If you're looking for a biodegradable shampoo that's gentle enough to use on your kids, try Kirk's Coco Castile. This 100% vegetable-based shampoo is also hypoallergenic. If you love animals as much as you love the environment, take ease in the fact that Kirk's Coco Castile contains no animal by-products and is never tested on animals.
J.R. Liggett Old-Fashioned Bar Shampoo
This biodegradable shampoo comes in bar form, making it easy to tote around. Take it with you on your next trip. The shampoo doesn't contain any detergents which means it doesn't strip your hair of essential oils like other products. Many users of J.R. Liggett shampoo don't even feel the need to condition their hair after shampooing. Lather up with this shampoo and skip the extra step of conditioning.
Aubrey Organics Blue Camomile Hydrating Shampoo
Aubrey Organics makes their shampoo with chamomile and shea butter, lightly conditioning hair while you wash. The shea butter also helps to leave hair smelling pleasant after every wash. Other ingredients to look out for in this vegan, biodegradable shampoo are aloe vera (to improve hair texture) and horsetail extract (to strengthen hair).
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