Why Now Is the Right Time to Switch to an Organic Shampoo
It seems like getting healthier has become a rising trend in the past couple of years, and I’m so in love with this. Nowadays, more and more people are switching to a healthier diet regimen, start working out and use organic and eco-friendly products. And speaking of organic products, I can’t help but emphasize their huge importance in skin and hair care. And that’s exactly what we will be talking about today in this blog post. Let’s get started, shall we?
A poor hair quality is a result of continuous exposure to harmful chemicals, so to deal with this issue many people turn to healthier and safer hair care products such as organic shampoos and conditioners. They come with a range of benefits for your hair and scalp – promote new hair growth, infuse natural minerals, oils, and herbal extracts into hair follicles thus improving its overall condition. Moreover, they are a great choice for all skin types including allergy-prone and sensitive skin. Organic hair care products have a natural aroma and are eco-friendly thanks to the fact that they contain bio-degradable materials.
Yes, regular shampoos help you keep your hair clean, but they can strip your scalp of natural oils. I know that you don’t want to walk around with greasy hair, but you still need to retain some of the natural oils of the scalp and prevent dryness. Organic shampoos are made of natural and eco-friendly ingredients, which means they can help improve the overall condition of your hair while making it clean and fresh. If this is your first time buying an organic shampoo, make sure to read the label first! Look for ingredients that are naturally derived, like from fruits and plants. Avoid buying products with parabens, phthalates and foaming agents, like sulfates.
The first wash with a natural shampoo will be a totally new experience for you since these shampoos do not lather up like their conventional opponents. This does not mean you need to use more shampoo or that the shampoo is of poor quality and will not clean your hair. Natural shampoos require more water so they can create lather. To make it easier to use, you can take a spare bottle and make a mix of water and your natural shampoo. It is usually recommended to shampoo your hair twice when washing with a natural shampoo, so make sure to always follow the instructions on the label.
Any changes require time, so it may take a few days for your scalp to adjust to the new product. The first impressions may be a heavier and oilier hair than normal. However, after a few washes, your scalp should adjust to the changes and your hair will start looking healthier and even fuller. However, before you find the right natural shampoo for your hair you may need to try a few different types. But once you find the perfect match, your hair will be thank you.