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HERE ARE THE 3 BEST SHAMPOOS ACCORDING TO 60 MILLION CONSUMERS

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HERE ARE THE 3 BEST SHAMPOOS ACCORDING TO 60 MILLION CONSUMERS

HERE ARE THE 3 BEST SHAMPOOS ACCORDING TO 60 MILLION CONSUMERS

The best shampoos? No but hello, what ! To help us see more clearly, the magazine 60 million consumers has sifted through 12 shampoos from different brands to deliver us its top 3 of those to favor.

With more and more endocrine disruptors and other ultra-stripping sulphates for our sensitive scalps, the search for the most gentle and health-friendly shampoo has indeed become crucial for many French people in search of the best for themselves and their families.

But supermarket shelves are inundated with brands, each more different than the next, with more or less convincing promises, at a time when “greenwashing” (a business practice consisting in using often misleading environmental arguments to sell products). which are not, most of the time, so green) is particularly criticized.

1 LOGONA ORGANIC DAILY CARE SHAMPOO
Ideal for frequent daily use, Logona’s organic daily care shampoo with Aloes, olive oil and verbena (€ 6.50 for 250 ml) with its organic components, is recommended by experts. This shampoo gently cleanses the hair thanks to its sugar-based washing base. Logona, with vegan products, meets the BDIH charter, controlled natural cosmetics. The brand is a member of the German label NaTrue, which brings together manufacturers of natural and organic cosmetic products, whose objective is to offer a demanding and transparent standard for the manufacture of natural cosmetics.

2 MONOPRIX ORGANIC SHAMPOO FOR NORMAL HAIR
At Monoprix Bio, it is the shampoo for normal hair with aloe vera and lime tree extracts (€ 3.50 for 250 ml) which wins the magazine’s favor. Be careful, however, because it contains components that may be allergens or irritants, such as ammonium lauryl sulfate, a sulfated surfactant which is not authorized by all organic organizations such as the German label BDIH. Indeed, although it is one of the moderately irritating sulfates, Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate still has an irritant power (it can dry out some skin, and cause redness and itching).

3 ENERGIE FRUIT MACADAMIA OIL AND MONOI SHAMPOO
Sulphate-free and vegan-free, the shampoo with organic monoi and macadamia oil from Energie Fruit (€ 4.50 for 250 ml), which announces 95% natural ingredients and 0% sulphates, also stands out. , according to 60 million consumers. It should be noted all the same that if it does not contain surfactants or silicones, it “embeds, at the end of the formula, polyquaternium-10, antistatic, irritant and polluting”, indicate the experts of the famous magazine. In addition, it does not have an organic label, unlike the other two.

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