Damila Salt & Sulfate Free Shampoo
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A gentle, salt and sulfate-free shampoo that won’t strip hair of natural oils. Replenishes keratin to help lock in moisture and keep hair smooth.
Damila Salte & Sulfate Free Shampoo gently cleanses using mild surfactants that do not strip the Keratin Complex from keratin-treated hair. It replenishes keratin to the hair with daily use, extending and enhancing your treatment. Will not strip hair of natural oils and safe to use on color-treated hair.
HOW IT HELPS
- Frequent Washing: Gentle enough to use daily for the whole family, including children.
- Keratin-treated:Helps maintain keratin levels between treatments.
- Color-treated: Safe for color-treated hair. Will not strip dyes from hair.
- Frizz & Flyaways: Minimizes frizz and flyaways for healthy-looking smoothness.
Keratin and color-treated hair needs special care to keep hair looking healthy. This means no salts and no sulfates.
Most shampoos, especially ones found at the drugstore, contain salts and sulfates. Sulfates are harsh detergents that clean your hair but also strip the hair of its natural oils. Salts (often listed as “sodium chloride”) are often added to thicken consistency. These cheap ingredients dehydrate your hair and scalp. This leads to frizz, lacklusterness, itchy scalp, and hair loss in some cases.
This is why we formulated our Salt & Sulfate Free Shampoo. Our shampoo will never make your hair or scalp feel dry after washing. This is because it contains no harsh detergents or salts. With natural botanical extracts, your hair will look healthy, feel soft, and smell great.
Plus, it’s infused with keratin, resupplying your hair with keratin each time you wash. Your keratin treatment will last longer and shine brighter. Safe and gentle enough to use daily!
TYPES OF HAIR
All hair types. Especially dry, damaged, or keratin-treated hair.
HOW TO USE
Apply a generous amount to wet hair. Massage into a lather then rinse. Repeat as needed. Follow up with Damila Nourishing Conditioner.