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Why Does Sulfate-Free Matter?

Why Does Sulfate-Free Matter?

If you have shopped for hair products recently, you’ve probably noticed the phrase “sulfate-free” being used a lot. But what exactly is sulfate? And why is it bad? Here’s a quick explainer, and a few reasons you should be shopping sulfate-free.

Sulfate is a salt that results from the reaction between sulfuric acid and other chemicals. The sulfates commonly used in hair products are added as strong cleaning agents. The soapy lather you get when you shampoo? Those are sulfates at work. But since sulfates clean so well, they will often strip your hair of natural oils and dry out your hair and scalp. It is especially important to shop sulfate-free if you have an itchy scalp, or have noticed an oil imbalance in your hair.

 

Some benefits of sulfate-free products, such as our Daily Shampoo and Conditioner:Copperhed Daily Shampoo and Conditioner

  1. Let your hair bask in its natural glory! Sulfates have the negative effect of flattening voluminous or curly hair. It can also cause your natural color to fade.
  2. While sulfates are definitely effective when it comes to cleaning your hair of dirt and daily grime, they’ll also take away the essential oils your body produces to maintain balance in your hair. Sulfate-free shampoo will protect your hair’s natural shine and allow your body to do its job.
  3. Sulfates can really dry out your hair, making it damaged and brittle. By cutting out sulfates, you’ll promote soft and naturally strong hair that won’t break.
  4. Do you suffer from a sensitive scalp? Yep, that’s probably the sulfates at work. Sulfates can cause irritated and dry scalps. If you’re experiencing a sensitive scalp, it’s important to find natural, sulfate-free products to boost your scalp’s natural balance.

 

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