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What is SLS?

Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLS)  is the additive in cleaning products which allow it to foam.   It is in things like shampoos, soaps (yes, and this even includes bath bubbles), toothpastes and most laundry detergents.   738 more words

The Blog

Your Hair, But Better: Part I - SHAMPOO

It takes the tiniest bit of knowledge and a few tweaks to your current haircare regime, and then poof: less poofy hair, more soft locks. 942 more words

Beauty Blog

DIY homemade Natural Shampoo

So, lately I am confused between using shampoos with sodium lauryl/laureth sulfate or not. I have tried sulfate free shampoos but to no avail my hair fall had in fact considerably increased. 396 more words

Softsoap Pampered Hands Foaming Hand Soap - Evaluated for Toxicity

For years, I’ve been using Softsoap Pampered Hands (Coconut Lime Parfait) Foaming Hand Soap without thinking about it very much. Since I’m about to run out, it seems time to evaluate – should I repurchase this soap or seek an alternative? 667 more words

Ingredients To Avoid

Sodium Laureth Sulfate and 1,4-Dioxane

To start, Sodium Laureth Sulfate is not the same thing as Sodium lauryl sulfate (thank you Wikipedia).

Sodium Laureth Sulfate is often referred to as… 196 more words


How to Avoid the Toxins in Every Day Care Products

We’re back! We missed a week because we were in the beautiful Smoky Mountains of Eastern Tennessee, but are happy to be back home and able to continue to educate. 797 more words

A Very Dry Discussion of Sulfates

When we talk about sulfates in shampoos, conditioners, body washes, toothpaste (yes, really – it’s part of what screws with your taste buds for a while after brushing), etc. 1,310 more words