Shampoo is a hygiene product, designed to help us stay clean and healthy. However, some shampoos contain dangerous chemicals, such as formaldehyde and 1,4-dioxane, both known carcinogens. Fortunately, shampoos are available that are free of harmful chemicals and carcinogens. They're a little harder to find than mass market shampoos, but worth the extra effort.
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Healing-Scents Natural Products is a company that produces a multitude of chemical-free shampoos, conditioners and soaps. According to the Environmental Working Group's Skin Deep Cosmetic Safety Database, Healing-Scents shampoos are rated a "0," the database's best safety rating, which means these products contain no dangerous ingredients. According to the Healing-Scents website, all of the company's products are toxin-free, and are handmade using plant-derived ingredients and essential oils. A sampling of the products included in the hair care collection are clarifying shampoo, 100 per cent castille shampoo, soap-free shampoo and toxin-free styling gel.
Soap for Goodness Sake Shampoo Bars
Instead of liquid shampoo in a bottle, Soap for Goodness Sake specialises in shampoo bars, which, according to the company's website, can do the job of three products: soap, shampoo and shaving cream. These shampoo bars have also earned a "0" rating from the Environmental Working Group's Skin Deep Cosmetic Safety Database. Soap For Goodness Sake uses only natural, organic ingredients and makes their products by hand. The shampoo bars come in a wide variety of scents and formulations, including shea butter, patchouli, French lavender and lemon grass mint.
Salon Naturals Shampoos
According to the company's website, Salon Naturals is dedicated to making safe, chemical-free hair care products. Some of the ingredients Salon Naturals uses in its shampoos and conditioners include organic aloe vera juice and plant extracts. The company offers four different shampoo and conditioner collections: hydrating, volumizing, sleek and shiny, and curl defining. The Environmental Working Group's Skin Deep Cosmetic Safety Database gives Salon Natural products a "0," their safest rating.
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