Going Natural with Your Hair?-It Takes Time!

Going Natural with Your Hair?-It Takes Time!

Black Women Hair at The Sudsy Soapery

Going Natural with Your Hair?-It Takes Time!

The industry standard in hair care today seems to have two goals in mind: first completely strip the hair of all natural moisture with a very strong detergent, then coat the hair with a silicone based sealant that smooths and detangles but is so strong, only a very strong detergent can clean it off or it will build up. So, of course, then consumers must go back to the same shampoo over and over again to keep their hair smooth and not built up. Some have concerns that not allowing the hair/scalp to breathe will, over time weaken the hair and trap microorganisms to the scalp, causing boils, dandruff etc.

The primary function of the shampoo and conditioner bars by The Sudsy Soapery Natural Products™ is to clean the hair!  Our Shampoo  Bars are formulated with SCI, a gentle cleanser derived from coconut oil. There are other ingredients to help with moisture, tangles static etc., but nothing that will coat and prevent natural breathability of the hair. The ingredients in Sudsy Sopaery’s™ shampoo and conditioner bars are water soluble, meaning they wash off with water. No need to keep going back to harsh detergents just to keep the silicones from caking up your hair.

Are you ready to get off the roller coaster of stripping then coating, stripping then coating. You may be interested in trying a sulfate free shampoo bar from The Sudsy Soapery Natural Products™. For additional moisture and detangling consider following up with The Sudsy Soapery Natural Conditioner Bar, Argan Oil or Jojoba.

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Thank you! I love your products, the shipping is so expensive for those of us overseas but your products are wonderful. I appreciate your article giving tips to ease into a new method of washing and conditioning ones hair.


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