Want to know more about the raw materials and ingredients that make our solid shampoos so pleasant and effective? Here is a detailed list of the ingredients you will find in their composition:
Sodium cocoyl isethionate or SCI: this is a so-called surfactant. It is derived from the coconut. It is what allows the creation of a creamy and very pleasant foam. It is combined with water in order to dissolve properly.
Hydrogenated vegetable oil, as its name suggests, is an oil that is ideal for moisturising your hair and making it exceptionally soft to the touch.
Polyglyceryl - 4 - Laurate: a complicated name which simply means an emulsifying agent. In other words, it is thanks to this component that all the raw materials can be mixed together.
Glycerin plays an important role in the texture of your hair. It allows your hair to be supple, but also shiny and soft. This makes it much easier for you to style your hair.
Perfume and organic essential oils: these are the ingredients that will create the entire olfactory universe of your solid shampoo. To guarantee an exceptional scent, we use organic essential oils and perfumes from Grasse.
Montmorillonite: This mineral component has the better known name of green clay. It allows your product to have cleaning and absorbing properties.
Olive oil: it's no secret that olive oil has many health benefits. In solid shampoo, it helps regulate moisture and deeply nourish your hair.
Citric acid: this natural ingredient is essential for regulating the PH of the shampoo. It has many purifying properties.
Sage floral water: acts as a sebum production regulator for your scalp.
Tetrasodium Glutamate Diacetate: another complex name which in fact designates a fully biodegradable mineral. It is used, among other things, to stabilise the solid shampoo and to prevent the natural discolouration of the product.
CI 77891, CI 11680, CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499: these names, which are a bit strange by the way, simply designate mineral dyes. They are used to give the different colours of the products.