Cosmetics players have heard the call of the French: more healthy and natural products. Companies therefore have a responsibility to make informed choices for the health of their customers. While some are resolutely committed, it is still up to the consumer to be careful in their selection of hair care products. Focus on four tips to avoid making mistakes!
Know what your hair needs
To take care of your scalp, you must first know what it needs. Regarding the loss of chI want for example, it can concern both women and men. If it is common in men from the age of thirty, or globally in any person with a nutritional deficiency, it can however be surprising at the end of the pregnancy period. About three months after childbirth, the majority of women lose their hair in varying amounts. In the most severe cases, it will be a one-third drop in hair density. Fortunately, this form ofalopecia is reversible. But you still have to treat it well! To share the knowledge of its experts and help men and women cherish their manes, Hairlust started a blog: Hair Talk.
Choose trusted brands
To take care of their bodies, consumers turn to committed companies across the entire value chain, from product design to sourcing. This is for example the case of the Danish brand Hairlust. It offers shampoos and certified organic and vegan hair careas well as innovative accessories (such as its food supplements in the form of gummies). “With a holistic approach to hair maintenance, supplements, hair care and accessories offer the best combinations for healthier hair. We focus on natural resources to take care of the inside and outside of the hair’s hair fibers, while leveraging the synergy created by the combination of the two” specifies Hugo Berthelot, in charge of the development of the brand in France. Driven by its Scandinavian values, the brand Hairlust claims to be innovative, sustainable, and above all transparent for all of its differentiating offer for women as well as for the extended range for men.
Read labels carefully
Pay particular attention to components of your products! To be certain of knowing exactly what this cosmetic, which favors naturalness, contains, a reading of the ingredients to know the content is necessary. For example, if cosmetologists know that sulphate is a powerful irritant (and therefore a danger to public health), this does not always prevent them from adding a few bits of this inexpensive ingredient, which gives a good consistency to the product. thanks to the foam it produces.
Many sites allow you to know the names of active ingredients to avoid, considered harmful to the skin and health: parabens, silicones, or other petrochemical derivatives. For the sake of transparencye, the mark Hairlust posted a dictionary to identify ingredients used in its products to raise consumer awareness. The formulations of their products, produced under cover of a union of scientists, are 98.7% organic, with a short-term goal of 100% organic. A good synergy since the brands that seem most able to reassure are those that combine naturalness and strong scientific backing, a guarantee of quality.
Rethink the whole approach
According to a report by the Ministry for Ecological Transition, the cosmetics industry is responsible for 0.5 to 1.5% of greenhouse gas emissions, 20% of which are due to packaging. “All of our product packaging is 100% recyclable, whether plastic or cardboard. We really hope that our customers will follow the movement and help us by recycling packaging correctly,” concludes Hugo Berthelot.
To go even further, the brand has published its guide todo it yourself upcycling to learn how to do even more with the products Hairlust.
In partnership with Hairlust.
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