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About 90% of shampoos and conditioners out in the market contains sulfate. The ingredients makes up the foamy consistency when you lather. While some people don't think sulfate pose any health risk, the ingredient can fade hair colour and cause hair to become brittle. Which is why some brands offer sulfate-free option to their consumers. Just like any regular shampoo, not all sulfate-free shampoo suits a single hair type.
For color- and chemical- treated hair:
Bumble and Bumble Color Minded Shampoo ($11) - This formula helps prevent fading and brassiness.
Mixed Chicks Sulfate-Free Shampoo ($14.99) - This shampoo is great for color-treated and chemical treated hair. It washes away impurities without stripping off extra oil.
For curly and frizzy hair:
Living Proof No Frizz Shampoo ($24) - This shampoo creates an invisible shield to hold in moisture and prevent hair from going frizzy.
Ouidad Climate Control Defrizzing Shampoo ($26) - This formula prevents hair from expanding and keep curls calm and moisturized.
For normal to oily hair:
Aveeno Pure Renewal Shampoo ($6.49) - This formula does a pretty good job removing build up and leaving hair clean and fresh.
For dry hair:
Organix Nourishing Coconut Milk Shampoo ($7.49) - This shampoo hydrates hair while giving a weightless texture.
@1chance1life I also love Ogx but their name is a little misleading because they're not organic. Other than that I love the options they have and it's sulfate-free. I'm currently using Australian tea tree shampoo and coconut milk conditioner.
heck yeah! ogx is the best this brand has tons of different amazing shampoos conditioners and keratin sprays! This is the only brand I use, and their large variety always makes it fun!