ShampooWe’re all trying to be so good and green when it comes to what we put in and around our bodies these days. From chemicals in our fruits and veggies to cleaning products and even makeup that can cause us harm, it’s hard to keep up with it all. We use hair products daily, but did you know that the sulfates (sodium laureth sulfate, which give that lush lather in shampoos…and household cleaners) are not only harmful to our health but also damage your hair?

Time to look at the woman in the mirror and make that change to sulfate-free shampoos. They don’t lather like those with the chemicals, but your hair will still be clean, soft, and these shampoos promote healthy hair growth. Here are some of the best. (Note: Most of these shampoos have accompanying sulfate-free conditioners)

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  • Jena Browning

    The sulfate in shampoos leave a film on my scalp. It looks like I have dandruff, but it actually the leftover sulfate. I have tried Burt bees and HATED it. I even tried to let my hair readjust for about a month and still hated it. My hair was super oily with that shampoo. I’m going to look into some of these brands. Thanks. And to the person that says sulfate free is pointless, you must have never gotten a cleansing treatment done from your stylist. She took off all kinds of crap from my hair the sulfates leave behind.