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Throw Out Your Shampoo
While you're at it, get rid of your body wash and shave cream too. In Alaffia Everyday Shea Shampoo & Body Wash for Babies and Up I found all of these in one. People often ask me what I use for my hair. My answer is this: I use the same soap for everything. It doesn't over dry or strip away my hair's natural oils. It's actually made from saponified oils so it is ultra moisturizing for shaving. Plus the fact that it's for babies proves that it's ultra gentle.
Unlike Dr. Bronner's All-in-one (which we also love), Alaffia Everyday Shea Shampoo & Body Wash for Babies and Up is luxuriously creamy and applicable. So while Dr. Bronner's may be great for dish soap and other household uses, Everyday Shea wins in the shower. I've also found that many convenience store brands (or even those expensive department store brands) leave a gross residue, over dry my hair, or even make my hair fall out! Everyday Shea doesn't do that.
The fragrance of Alaffia Everyday Shea Shampoo & Body Wash for Babies and Up is subtle and relaxing. Soothing lavender and lemon are great for baby's bath time or your shower after work. The all natural essential oil fragrance won't overpower your favorite conditioner or styling products.
Over all Alaffia Everyday Shea Shampoo & Body Wash for Babies and Up is the best shampoo I've ever tried! I can feel good about buying it for my family because it's biodegradable, fair-trade, and gluten free. It's also handcrafted, free of parabens, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, and synthetic fragrances. Not to mention all of the good Alaffia does for the planet. Some of their causes are: Maternal Health Care, the Bicycles For Education Project, Reforestation Project, and their School Supplies Project. #ConsumeConciously
Ingredients: Azadirachta indica (Neem) Aqueous Extract, Melissa officinalis (Lemon Balm) Aqueous Extract, Decyl Glucoside, Saponified Butyrospermum parkii (Shea) Butter, Cocos nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Sodium Chloride, Lavandula hybrida Oil.
Andrea is a mom, producer, and blogger from Foxborough, MA. She is committed to promoting a fabulously sustainable lifestyle.