Best Shampoo For Damaged Hair

Best Shampoo For Damaged HairHair can become damaged for a number of reasons such as over styling, perming and bleaching. In this modern age most of us are becoming reliant on chemicals and hot styling to get the look we are after. This can often leave us with brittle and lifeless hair that needs helps to recover.

These are the most common causes of hair damage however shampoo and conditioner are products that many of us use on a daily basis and are often overlooked on the quest for having healthy hair.

So which are the best shampoos for damaged hair?

Avoid Synthetic Fragrances 

Synthetic fragrances may smell nice however they are often made up of complex chemicals which can irritate the scalp. Stay away from synthetic fragrances and use a natural option which is still fragrant without all the chemicals.

Say No To Parabens

Parabens are what is used to prolong the shelf life of shampoo and conditioners. They are a skin irritant which can help contribute to an unhappy scalp.

Alcohol

Alcohol in shampoo will do nothing more than dry your hair out.

Use The Power Of Nature To Heal Your Damaged Hair

Jojoba, tea tree and lavender are natural ingredients which help to stimulate hair recovery. Why not try our best shampoos and conditioners to help your damaged hair:

Natural Normal To Dry Shampoos & Conditioners

Natural Conditioners (for after shampooing)

Jojoba Shampoo & Conditioner

Tea Tree Shampoo & Conditioner

Lavender & Geranium Shampoo & Conditioner

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