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The Hair JungleSome girls love to shop for shoes. Some girls love to shop for purses. Some girls love to shop for jewellery. But I am not some girl. I
love to shop high and low for the best and the cheapest hair products in existence. I love my hair and I especially love when my hair looks fabulous.
So, I need products that provide that special "oomph" that makes my hair shiny, touchable, and beautiful. Not many products make the selection, but
Herbal Essences is a definite "cut" above the rest. They have a selection made for every hair type in the world. So lets get ready to enter the hair
jungle and find out if Herbal Essences products do what they claim!
Sodium Laurely Glycolic What???When we are wading through the hair jungle, the most common problem we run into as women are the ingredients to a
shampoo. What do they mean??? Often we have to rely on television ads and magazine ads to tell us the truth about what this product will do to our
hair. Lets take a look at the old formula of Herbal Essences before it was revamped into the product line it is now: coach outlet online
Old Herbal Essences Ingredients:Sodium Laureth Sulfate and Sodium Lauryl Sulfate: According to the 1988 American College of Toxicology report, Sodium
Laureth Sulfate (SLES) and Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) are irritate the skin in concentrations of as little as 0.5%. When the concentrations in soaps
and shampoos exceed 10 30%, SLES and SLS cause severe skin irritation and skin corrosion. SLES and SLS are added to soaps, shampoos, detergents and
even toothpaste because they are a known surfactant, or foaming agent. In clinical studies SLES and SLS are linked to direct damage to the hair
follicle, skin damage, permanent eye damage in children, and liver toxicity. The FDA reports that shampoos with SLES and SLS cause eye irritation,
scalp irritation, swelling of the hands, face, and armpit; tangled and fuzzy hair
SLES and SLS are used in products because it is cheap and easily available. They are the same ingredients that are found in a car wash that are used
to degrease and clean your car. Because it can easily degrease a car, it causes our skin to dry out. However, the cause for alarm is that SLES and SLS
are absorbed into the skin each time it is used where it mimics the hormon Oestrogen. Oestrogen has been known to cause many problems from fertility
problems to even causing breast cancer in women (Oestrogen levels are known to be involved). coach outlet online
Cocamidopropyl Betaine: Cocamidopropyl Betaine is an amphoteric detergent, meaning it can act as an acid or a base. Unlike SLES and SLS it does not
irritate the skin or eyes. It is used to give substance and thickness to shampoos and to lessen the amount of irritation from SLES and SLS products.
Also, because of its anti static properties, it is a good conditioner for hair. According to studies so far, Cocamidopropyl Betaine is completely safe
for human use. coach outlet online
Sodium Chloride: Sodium Chloride just means table salt. It is used as a thickening agent in shampoos if the main ingredients in shampoo are are SLES
and SLS. Salt used in shampoos is very harsh on the skin and can sting the eyes. coach outlet store online
Citric Acid: Even though the word Citric make us think of Citrus fruit, Citric Acid is not added to shampoos for the smell. Shampoos, according to
their ingredients, are an acidic, a neutral, or a basic shampoo. An acid has a pH balance from 0 to 6, a neutral has a pH balance of 7, and a base has
a pH balance from 8 to 14. Citric Acid is added for two reasons. Firstly, it is added because when a shampoo is slightly acidic at 5.5 on the pH
scale, the hair lies flat on the head and is smooth. Also, it has a preservative action and keeps bacterial growth from growing on the head.
Sodium Citrate: Like Citric Acid, Sodium Citrate is used as a buffer to keep the acidity in the shampoo at 5.5 on the pH scale. coach factory outlet online
Fragrance: Fragrance gives the shampoo an attractive smell to the hair. coach
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Passiflora Incarnata Flower Extract, Anthemis Nobilis Flower Extract, Aloe Barbadensis Flower Extract: Botanical extracts make shampoos smell good but
have no other use negatively or positively.
PEG 60 Almond Glycerides: Peg 60 Almond Glycerides is an anti irritant and conditioning product. cheap jordans online
Cocamide MEA: Any product containing DEA, has been proven by the FDA to cause cancer. Because studies showed it caused cancer, many manufacturers
pulled the product out of ingredients. However, manufacturers are still using DEA derivatives such as MEA in products. The FDA says Cocamide MEA is
the number one product to contain the most DEA. It has yet to be tested, but is still a cause for concern among consumers.
Sodium Benzoate: Like Citric Acid, Sodium Benzoate is a preservative killing bacteria, fungi, and yeasts. It works well in acidic mixtures. coach factory outlet online
Tetrasodium EDTA: It is a water softening and preserving agent that reacts with sodium, magnesium, and calcium salts found in hard water and breaks
them down. It is also a bonding agent that links with minerals to prevent them from growing bacteria.
Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride: It is a conditioning property.
Linoleamidopropyl PG Dimonium Chloride Phosphate: It is an anti static agent. coach factory outlet online
Sodium Xylene Sulfonate: It is used as a claritant, but is also a skin irritant. coach factory outlet online
Methylchloroisothiazolinone: It is used to protect against bacteria, fungi, and yeasts. Not only is it used in shampoos and detergents, but also used
in paints and fuels. The International Agency for Research on Cancer has not found any carcinogens in it. However, it is found to be an allergen. MIT
can only affect the cells it comes in contact with. There would be no way for it to get into the bloodstream and to the brain unless you had an open
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Yellow 5: Yellow 5, Coal tar, is used to control dandruff; however, it is a known cancer causing agent.
Orange 5: Is a safe color additive to shampoo. coach
Ext Violet 2: Also known as Ext D Violet 2 is a known cause of tumors and serious skin rashes on lab rats. Prolonged exposure to the chemical has
cause depression, convulsions, coma and death. It is also a suspect in causing Leukemia. Even inhaling the vapors can cause absorption into the
Ammonium Laureth Sulfate, Ammonium Laurly Sulfate: Both of these ingredients are close cousins of Sodium Laureth Sulfate and Sodium Laurly Sulfate.
However, these ingredients are more harsh irritants than SLES and SLS, and just as dangerous.