Top 3 Reasons To Use Sulfate-Free Hair Products

Sulfate Free Hair Products

Sulfates are a common ingredient found in beauty products that create a lather to helps remove dirt, oil and debris from the skin and hair. While these ingredients do a great job of creating a pillowing lather, it definitely comes at a price - one that your lovely strands will end up paying. At Pai-Shau, our sulfate-free hair products keep your hair clean and help retain natural body and moisture. 

Here are three reasons why you should check out Pai-Shau’s full line of sulfate-free products.

Three reasons why you should use sulfate free hair products

1. Hold onto Your Hair’s Natural Oils

Pai-Shau's Hair Cleanser

As effective as sulfates might be in removing dirt from hair, these harsh chemicals take it a step further by washing out all of your hair’s natural oils that are produced in the scalp. These oils are essential in keeping your strands strong and healthy. Replenishing Hair Cleanser is free from sulfates, which aids in retaining hair’s natural moisture.

2. Say Hello to Long Lasting Color

Long lasting hair colors

Sulfates are an absolute worst enemy to color-treated hair. They cause damage to your strands by leaving your hair shaft open and vulnerable, which means your color will be washed out a lot quicker than if you were to use a sulfate-free shampoo. Consider a color-free cleanser such as Pai-Shau’s Opulent Volume Hair Cleanser which locks in moisture and adds impeccable volume.

3. No Sulfates = Gorgeous Curls

Pai-Shau's Hair Mousse

If you have a curly head of hair, it’s time to drop sulfates for good. Curly strands are more prone to moisture loss than straight or wavy locks. Sulfates are known to dry out hair, which can leave your beautiful curls looking frizzy, undefined and tangled. Opt for a sulfate-free styling products, like Pai-Shau’s go-to for curly hair, our Royal Abundance Mousse. The lightweight formula gives frizzy hair a new lease of life!

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