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Chem­i­cal sulphates (such as sodium lau­ryl sul­phate and sodium lau­reth sul­phate) are what make shampoo foam into a frothy lather. While good at clean­ing, they can strip the scalp and hair of nat­u­ral oils, es­pe­cially when used ev­ery day, as well as tak­ing out the pig­ment of coloured hair. Great for coloured hair, Color Wow Color Se­cu­rity Shampoo (£16.50, col­or­ is free from both sulphates and sil­i­cons, which can build up on the scalp. Re­ju­ve­nate dry, dam­aged hair with Aldo Cop­pola Sooth­ing Shampoo (£29, al­do­cop­, which con­tains eu­ca­lyp­tus and Scots pine to nour­ish. In Odylique Gen­tle Herb Shampoo (£12,, aloe and co­conut oil leave hair so silky you might be able to forgo conditioner. Liz Earle Botan­i­cal Shine Shampoo (£10, con­tains nat­u­rally de­rived cleansers plus ap­ple ex­tract for re­ally shiny hair.

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