L'Oréal Clay Oily Roots Shampoo, 500ml

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L'Oréal Clay Oily Roots Shampoo, 500ml

L'Oréal Clay Oily Roots Shampoo, 500ml

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Oil produced from the scalp can build up causing the roots to become visibly greasy, weighing down the hair. Over-washing to combat this problem can strip the fiber leaving it dry. This results in a vicious cycle of washing. What if you could have hair that was cared for at both ends? or more suppliers used in the making of this product are part of the L’Oreal Solidarity Sourcing Program. With over five years’ experience in beauty and health journalism, Florence has written for ELLE, Women’s Fitness, Sister Magazine, National Geographic Traveller and many more, with a strong sustainability angle thread through much of her work.

WARNING: Rhassoul clay is safe for most people, except those with allergies to metals like aluminum or magnesium. If this is the case, you should avoid clays in general. If you’re prone to psoriasis, eczema, or any other skin condition, please exercise caution when using rhassoul clay. It can be drying or inflammatory to skin with these underlying conditions. Bentonite clay is widely available and works okay, but it can be a drying if left on too long. Also, it can leave a certain texture on the hair that I am not fond of. For the easiest application, either buy it in liquid form or give your hand mixed concoction a whir in the blender before heading off to wash. Otherwise it can be a bit clumpy. I recommend giving this method a try with bentonite if you have it on hand and then switching to rhassoul if you decide it’s something you’d like to use long term.For the first time, L'Oréal Paris Laboratories have combined 3 Refined Clays to create its first re-balancing range revealing perfectly balanced, beautiful hair. Has anyone else tried this yet? Did it help your scalp and eczema too? Does it work for psoriasis? I would love to hear from anyone else who has used rhassoul clay to wash their hair. You may also be interested in reading Clay, on the other hand, has a much higher pH which can leave hair dull and gummy. Fortunately it’s very simple to restore your hair’s natural pH after washing – simply follow with the shine boosting rinse listed below!

cup apple cider vinegar or distilled white vinegar and enough filtered water to bring vinegar mixture to 1 cup.*

In the GHI lab, our experts applied artificial sebum to hair switches before using a Sebumeter to measure oil and sebum levels after cleaning with each shampoo, to judge how effective they were. Should parabens, silicones or sulphates be dealbreakers, we've listed which shampoos contain them below Clay #3. Montmorillonite. Surprise! While montmorillonite is among the top clays used in hair care, according to the NCBI, it’s actually another name for bentonite clay and has the same benefits. Who knew? WHO SHOULD USE CLAY SHAMPOO? Putting your clay shampoo to use requires the same steps as a traditional hair care routine, but we’ll walk you through it. First, hop in the shower and wet your mane. Then reach for your clay shampoo and pour a dollop of the formula into the palm of your hand. Massage the shampoo onto your strands, working it into a lather. Thoroughly rinse with lukewarm water before moving onto the next step. STEP #2: CONDITION YOUR STRANDS



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