usually found: in your haircare products
Sulphates are typically the soapy stuff that lathers up to attract oils and dirt from our locks. However, they may also be stripping away essential oils and proteins at the same time, doing more harm than good. Boo. Luckily, there’s a new generation of shampoos etc that are definitely not on Team Sulphate. Yay!
pureology fullfyl shampoo, £16
Also vegan friendly, this shower duo removes impurities and grime, while leaving behind the good stuff and adding the best kind of texture, not to mention width, to tresses.
Tresemme Botanique nourish & replenish hydrating mist, £2.73
A blend of coconut milk and aloe vera, it’s ‘the one’ for spritzing on post-washing and made detangling a total breeze.
Josh wood precious Blonde Conditioning Treatment, £ 18
One for blondes. This clever screw cap top means you can dial up your own tonerto-conditioner ratio, so you keep your highlights intact – perfect for summer hols. Swim without regret!
Bumble and Bumble Colour minded shampoo, £23
This wonder shampoo has magical filters that bounce UV rays away from your shade selection even after washing. No more fading – phew!
Kerastase discipline Curl ideal Cleansing Conditioner, £ 21.80
Curly-haired girls unite! This tames everything from waves to corkscrews.
phyto phytokeratine repairing Thermal protecting spray, £16.50
Your go-to for sulphate-free heat protection. A must for straightener and tong fans.