Dry Hands? Think About Switching Shampoos!

You’ve heard me talk about how drying commonly used shampoo ingredients Sodium Laureth Sulfate and Ammonium Laureth Sulfate can be. But did you ever think if they are drying for your scalp and hair, they could be drying for your hands?

Shampoo gets all over the hands when washing hair, so this basic and often daily routine can leave hands rough.  If this is the case for you, switch to a gentler sulfate-free shampoo, such as one color-treated hair, to keep your hands as soft as your strands.

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