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What Is the Best Type of Natural Shampoo for Your Hair?

Tailor Your Hair Care to Match Your Unique Hair Needs with 100% PURE

Written by: 100% PURE®


Do you have dry skin and grabbed heavy moisturizers and oils or oily skin and snatched up oil-fighting formulas? Put a finger up if they made your skin worse. This, our lovely consumers, is the same concept for your strands. Your hair (like your skin) often behaves like a slippery slope where you need products tailored to them, or they come tumbling down. No (ski) insurance, we have the next best thing!

To make sure your hair is looking its best and staying its healthiest, it’s important to select the right all-natural shampoo for your hair type. The best natural shampoos are made from ingredients that are derived from natural sources such as plants, herbs, and essential oils, and typically avoid the use of harm-harming chemicals.

The correct shampoo can improve hair health, enhance texture, and address specific concerns like dryness or oiliness (like skincare-matching formulas). Read on to learn your hair type, and how to find the right natural shampoo for healthy hair – plus cruise 100% PURE’s range of all-natural shampoos tailored to various hair needs. Time to feel ‘on top of the world’ and revolutionize your locks!


Understanding Different Hair Types

Now, think about your hair – your crowning glory. Like a fingerprint, it has a unique hair print. Between the tiny ridges, and fibrous and helical patterns (part of the composition of the skin too), we have the most common hair types: oily, dry, fine, curly, and color-treated.

Understanding your unique hair type and its specific needs is crucial when selecting a natural shampoo. Different hair types require different care to achieve optimal health and appearance.

Here are some common hair types and their corresponding needs:

Oily Hair: For oily hair, natural shampoos can help to regulate and balance the scalp’s natural oils. A balanced oil production reduces the appearance of greasy hair. Tea tree oil and citrus fruits are common ingredients in natural shampoos for oily hair, as they have cleansing properties without stripping them of essential oils. Strands and scalp are left feeling refreshed and invigorated.

Dry Hair: For those with dry hair, natural shampoos can provide gentle cleansing without stripping the hair of its natural oils. Moisturizing ingredients like aloe vera, coconut oil, and argan oil can help to hydrate and soothe the scalp while restoring hydration and manageability. Locks are left leaving soft, shiny, and more manageable.

Fine Hair: Natural shampoos can be an ideal choice for those with fine hair, as they can be lightweight, non-greasy, and balanced for your overall hair type. Ingredients like rosemary, lavender, and lemongrass can help to add volume and body to fine hair, while still providing gentle cleansing and nourishment. Overall, these shampoos are a much healthier and more sustainable choice for daily hair care – and won’t weigh down your fine locks.

Curly Hair: For those with curly hair, natural shampoos that are gentle and hydrating will be your crowning glory. Ingredients like shea butter, avocado oil, and honey can help define curls, reduce frizz, and promote healthy hair growth. Natural shampoos can also be sulfate-free, which can help to prevent damage and breakage that can occur with traditional shampoos. Locks will be left with love and curl definition.

Color-Treated Hair: For those with color-treated hair, natural shampoos can help to protect hair color and prevent fading. Ingredients like chamomile and green tea can help to maintain hair color, while aloe vera and argan oil can help to moisturize and repair hair that has been damaged by coloring or other chemical treatments. Look for shampoos that are sulfate-free and formulated to protect and prolong the vibrancy of your hair color.

Choosing the Right Shampoo for Each Hair Type

When it comes to embracing your natural mane and unleashing the power of all-natural ingredients, it’s important to understand and cater to your specific hair type and needs when selecting a natural shampoo for healthy strands. 100% PURE’s range of shampoos is formulated with natural ingredients tailored to various hair needs.

These shampoos offer a variety of benefits to cater to different hair needs and preferences. From restoring moisture to promoting shine and even encouraging hair growth, the brand’s commitment to using natural ingredients ensures that you’re treating your hair with gentle and effective care while showcasing its unique beauty.

The Best Natural Shampoo for Oily Hair:
Opt for shampoos that deeply cleanse without stripping natural oils. Look for oil-balancing ingredients like tea tree oil and citrus fruits that help regulate sebum production.
The is an ideal choice, as it contains a blend of yuzu fruit, kelp, and pomelo to help balance scalp oils and clarify the scalp, while also providing lightweight hydration. The citrusy blend helps regulate oil production, providing a refreshing cleanse without stripping natural moisture. The lightweight formulation ensures hair remains hydrated, making it perfect for those with oily hair seeking a natural and gentle solution.

The Best Natural Shampoo for Dry Hair: :
Choose hydrating shampoos with moisturizing ingredients like aloe vera, coconut oil, and argan oil that deeply hydrate and nourish the scalp and hair.
The works wonders for dry and damaged hair due to its infusion of nourishing oils and botanical extracts. Formulated with hydrating ingredients like argan oil, horsetail, and biotin, these ingredients deeply penetrate the hair shaft, restoring moisture and promoting overall hair health. The glossing effect adds shine, making it an ideal choice for revitalizing and managing dry, damaged strands.

FAQ Section: Perfecting Your Shampoo Selection

How often should I switch my shampoo based on my hair type?

It may be beneficial to switch to a different shampoo every few months to keep your hair fresh and clean. Individuals with dry hair may benefit from a more consistent hair care routine.

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