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This can happen sometimes. When your hair is used to chemical products, it tends to "suck up" the chemicals. Because it's not used to natural hair products, it takes a while to adjust and goes through a sort of "detox" process. This explains why it might seem like your hair is badly rinsed. When you switch to a natural shampoo, you have to get through this difficult detox period, but it's worth it in the end! In the meantime, you could always rinse your hair with a vinegar and water solution, or use an apple cider vinegar rinse to solve the problem until it goes away naturally – which it will!
No need to panic!
You don't have to rub the shampoo directly over your hair. You could also rub it between your hands, like a soap, and then apply it!
We have a little tip too... Lean your head forward so you can really work the shampoo into the roots and spread it over your scalp. There's no need to rub it through the lengths of your hair, as they'll be washed when you rinse the shampoo off!
Coconut oil does not strip plant-based hair dye from your hair. Quite the opposite ! It's actually recommended that you apply coconut oil to colour-treated hair to hydrate and revitalize it.
What's more, our shampoos don't contain sulphates, so they're perfectly compatible with colour-treated hair. :)
No, if won't fit inside as it's too big ! :)
Our conditioner weighs approximately 73 grams. :)
Yes, our conditioner is suitable for all hair types. However, if you have curly or frizzy hair, you need to work it through the hair really well with your fingers to make sure it's applied properly.
Once you've washed your hair and squeezed out any excess water, apply a small amount to lengths and ends. You can either rub it directly over your hair or rub it between your hands and apply it with your fingers. Then rinse off !
Yes, of course, as it doesn't contain any essential oils. :)
Our shampoos weigh approximately 55 grams.
Our shampoos have a pH between 5.0 and 6.0.
Nos shampoings solides, avec ou sans huile essentielle, sont classés en différentes catégories pour s'adapter aux différents types de cheveux. Des cheveux les plus secs aux cheveux les plus gras, voici comment nous classons nos shampoings :
- Pour les cheveux très secs : shampoing sans huile essentielle à l'huile de coco vierge
- Pour les cheveux secs : shampoing à l'huile essentielle d'orange
- Pour les cheveux secs à normaux : shampoing à l'huile d'Abyssinie
- Pour les cheveux normaux à gras : shampoing à l'huile de pin sylvestre
- Pour les cheveux gras : shampoing à la spiruline et l'argile verte
- Pour les cheveux très gras : shampoing à l'huile essentielle de litsée citronnée.
Le plus important est de trouver le shampoing qui nourrit, apaise ou fortifie vos cheveux en fonction de vos besoins, n'hésitez pas à lire les fiches produits de chacun de nos shampoings, tout y est !
Pour les cheveux bouclés ou colorés, l'parès-shampoing vous aidera à finaliser de belles boucles et / ou à prendre soin de vos cheveux colorés.