What is Sls-free and should I look for that when I buy prod­ucts?

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Sodium lau­ryl sul­phate is the de­ter­gent that makes sham­poos sudsy. It also dries out your hair and scalp, which is why con­di­tioner be­comes a nec­es­sary fol­low-up step — and why some guys choose to go a few days with­out wash­ing. One al­ter­na­tive is to just cut out the SLS. “It may feel awk­ward at first, like mas­sag­ing lo­tion into your scalp,” says Wes Sharp­ton, lead stylist at Hairstory, a hip New York hair stu­dio that pro­duces its own Sls-free sham­poo, “but you’ll no­tice that your hair will feel soft and less puffy.”

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