Using organic hair products
Why choose organic hair products over the regular cheaper price based products? One of the main reasons is that organic hair products are kinder on the scalp and general overall condition of the hair. They tend not to strip the hair of major oils during the washing process as they are made with natural plant ingredients which nourish the hair without damaging the scalp. The more conventional products contain synthetic chemicals, artificial fragrances and aerosols not to mention the harmful effects of formaldehyde which is a known carcinogenic all cause irritation to the scalp and hair follicle.
One of the most well-known products is Wen which is advertised on TV. It is not described as a shampoo but a cleaning conditioning treatment for the hair which is totally organic containing no harmful ingredients. It was invented by Chaz Dean who states he has not washed his hair with a shampoo in 14 years and whose salon in Hollywood has many clientele of the film making world who themselves use his hair products regularly. When looking at the pricing of this product there are enticing offers of $30 for a 30 day basic package consisting of cleansing conditioner, styling cream and a moisturizing intensive hair treatment. Or when looking to order a deluxe kit of the same package as the basic with an additional volumizing treatment spray over 30 days can set you back $35 not bad for an introductory offer – includes free shipment also. There are many reviews for the product stating easy to use, effective in the sense that hair smells great, feels lighter and looks healthier than ever. Although it is generally expensive it is good value for what it offers.
Other brands of good organic hair care is Aveda which is sold in salons it reports to tone down frizziness and can give a much thicker glossier look but can cost up to $20 for a 8.5 fl oz. Lisa’s hair Elixir is another great product setting you back $20 for a bottle. It is a product that can be used when trying to grow your hair and can also be used heated and used as a hot oil treatment, recommended by Jada Pinkett-Smith.
If you find these internet treatments are just a little too expensive for your pocket then any relatively natural shampoo over the counter containing natural ingredients such as aloe vera and jojoba oils will also promote good health for your hair. Aloe vera especially will help to tone down unruly frizz and these oils can also combat dryness.