Hair Conditioner Toxic Ingredient Dangers

Conditioning should be an essential part of your hair care routine. It’s a pretty well-known fact that conditioners are primarily used to make your hair softer and shiny. It does this by simulating the effect of keratin, which fills in the broken and damaged parts of the shafts.

Toxic Rinse-Off and Leave-In Conditioners Can Cause Serious Health
and Hair Problems

There are many toxic ingredients in hair conditioners linked with causing cancer and other illness, as well as create many of the hair concerns you are trying to solve. For example, Momoethanolamine (MEA), Diethanolamine (DEA) and Triethanolamine (TEA) are together the most common group of chemicals used in hair conditioning products. The use of DEA alone, in the US, totals over 100,000 tons each year and rising. Repeated application of DEA to the scalp can cause liver and kidney cancer according to research by the University of Illinois.

1, 4 Dioxane causes hormonal imbalances, fertility problems (particularly with males), as well as being a known carcinogen. FDA raised doubts about the safety of 1, 4 Dioxane in 1992 but since then nothing has changed and it is still a regular ingredient in hair conditioners.

Conditioners Recommended
Toxic Free and Effective

There are three types of conditioners that we recommend to be used at different times. Each should be applied after you rinse out your shampoo as needed and in accordance with product use instructions.

Traditional Conditioner

This should be applied after you rinse out your shampoo. It works to repair the damage done by hot tools, chemicals, and general wear-and-tear that your hair experiences on a daily basis. Apply it by concentrating on the ends of your hair and rinse it out with cold or lukewarm water because that will close the hair cuticles.

Deep Conditioner

This should be applied 2-4 times a month, after you rinse out your shampoo, instead of using a traditional conditioner. If your hair is severely damaged or dry, you should use a deep conditioner once a week.

Leave-In Conditioner

This is a third type of conditioner, and is normally applied after you shampoo and towel dry your hair. This leave-In conditioner does not need to be rinsed out.

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