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From: michelle (24-151-119-089.dhcp.nwtn.ct.charter.com)
Subject: Re: Shampoo shopping and what is a sulfate?
Date: October 3, 2007 at 4:28 am PST

In Reply to: Re: Shampoo shopping and what is a sulfate? posted by emjay on October 2, 2007 at 6:38 pm:

The sulfates and salts are responsible for stripping hair color. Sulfates are a harsh detergent found in anything that cleans - like shampoo, laundry detergent, dish soap...
Pureology contains a sulfate alternative called zero sulfate complex. It uses corn, sugar and coconut to cleanse instead of harsh detergents. Salts are also responsible for stripping haircolor.
Some "for color treated hair" shampoos are misleading because while they contain ingredients that are nice for preserving color, most of them also include sulfates and salts.
More and more shampoos are getting the fact that sulfates are causeing color damage. Look for sulfate free on the label of a shampoo claiming to be safe for color treated hair. Also, natural botanicals to help preserve the color. Sunscreens to minimize the sun's damage (florescent lights also cause damage!)

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