What are the benefits of going sans sulphates?
Using the best sulphate free shampoo will change your life, and your hair, forever. These shampoo formulas are much more gentle on the hair and so don’t strip away its natural moisture, meaning they’re particularly good for those who suffer from dry hair – plus those who love to wash their hair every day can do so without risk of damage.
So who are sulphate free shampoos appropriate for? The good news is that switching to a formula with no sulphates or parabens is fine for just about any hair type – even greasy hair. It’s also much better for the environment so you can rest easy knowing your haircare isn’t damaging our planet. If you can’t bear to part with a good old cleanse, then try alternating between sulphate and sulphate-free formulas.
Bumble and Bumble Curl Shampoo, £24, Fabled
When it comes to taking care of curly hair, you want something that’s going to keep the bounce in your locks rather than leaving them limp and lifeless. A sulphate-free formula is therefore a great choice, as it’s a gentle wash for your curls. Try Marie Claire approved Bumble and Bumble Curl Shampoo. At first glance you may think it’s a little pricey, but even if you have long and thick hair a little goes a long way, so you get some serious bang for your buck here.
Living Proof Repair Shampoo, £24, Fabled
Sulphate free formulas are without doubt the best choice for dry hair, as it’s sulphates that are one of the biggest culprits when it comes to drying out your precious locks. As well as being formulated sans sulphates and parabens, Living Proof’s Repair Shampoo is a big injection of hydration for your frazzled locks, so it’s the best choice for dry hair.
OGX Weightless Hydration Coconut Water, £6.99, Boots
The big dilemma with fine hair is that you want to keep it hydrated, but many moisture replenishing formulas are just too heavy for your fine hair – you may want to go without conditioner altogether. Allow us to introduce you to OGX’s Weightless Hydration Coconut Water Shampoo for that injection of moisture that’s perfect for thinner hair. Plus it’s one of the cheaper options when it comes to sulphate free formulas, weighing in at just £6.99 per bottle.
Maria Nila Luminous Colour Shampoo, £12.98, Sally Beauty
If you colour your hair on the reg, then protecting that colour is naturally your first priority when it comes to haircare. Maria Nila Luminous Colour Shampoo not only intensifies your colour, but the formula is 100% vegan friendly too. Sustainability lover Emma Watson is reportedly a huge fan of the brand’s silver shampoo, so if it’s good enough for her…
Scroll through our round up to find your new favourite sulphate free shampoo.
Your locks are gonna thank you for it…