Best Paraben Free Shampoos

by jomol on November 23, 2013 · 7 comments

Best Paraben Free Shampoos

Parabens and SLS are commonly seen ingredients in cosmetic products, parabens are found in found skin care, makeup as well as hair care products whereas SLS is predominantly found in shampoos and hair care products.  Parabens such as methylparaben, propylparaben, etc., are preservatives added to cosmetics to increase their shelf life.  The reason why parabens are scaring people is because parabens get easily absorbed into the skin and can damage in human body, for example, affecting sperm count in males and can even cause cancers in women.  Methylparaben can even react with the UVB rays of sun and cause fasten the ageing process. There’s a detailed post written by Surabhi Surendra on these harmful chemicals on beautiful products, its a must read.  SLS or sodium lauryl sulfate present in a lot of shampoos can cause irritation and possible eye damage.  Read the above-mentioned post to know more.  Though the amount of parabens in cosmetics and hair care products is usually low and within the prescribed limits, don’t you think its better if there were no parabens at all.  In this post, I am compiling shampoos that claim to be free of parabens.

1.  Kerastase Elixir K Ultime Sublime Cleansing Oil Shampoo:

Price:  Rs. 1500

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Versatile nourishing oil that provides ultimate shine, softness and nourishment for all hair types.  Silicone and paraben free, gently cleanses, nourishes hair.  Strengthens hair, leaving it soft and shiny, adds shine and smoothness, controls hair fall.

2.  Garnier Fructis Pure Clean Fortifying Shampoo and Conditioner:

2.96 dollars.

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Pure, fresh formula provides ultimate daily refreshment with no residue.  Breakthrough clear formula delicately removes impurities and lightly conditions.  Hair is stronger, healthier and so much shinier.  Its 92% biodegradable and free from dye, parabens and silicones.  It can be used daily without any noticeable hair fall or dry scalp.

3.  Matrix Biolage Deep Smoothing Shampoo:

Price:  Rs. 190

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Cleanses as it smooths and helps control frizz with light weight nourishment for polished shine, smoothness and manageability.

4.  Organix Energizing Passion Fruit Guava Shampoo:

Price:  Rs. 795

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Sulfate and paraben free shampoo, suits all hair types, safe for colored hair, cleans hair well, doesn’t cause hair fall, fragrance is fruity. Makes hair softer, shinier, and fuller.  Tames frizz, makes hair manageable.

5.  The Body Shop Rainforest Moisture Shampoo:

Price:  Rs. 515

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Cleanses hair to help restore moisture and improve the hair’s softness without weighing it down, for a smooth and shiny finish. With pracaxi oil, manketti nut oil and Community Trade honey and sugar. No silicones, sulphates, parabens or colourants.

6.  The Body Shop Rainforest Shine Shampoo:

Price:  Rs. 495

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Employs a trio of superb conditioning oils—organic pracaxi, cameline seed and Community Fair Trade organic olive oil—to effectively protect shine and help you hair look gorgeously glossy. It contains no silicones, no sulphates, no colourants and no parabens.

7.  Organix Hydrating Macadamia Oil Shampoo:

Price:  Rs. 625

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Lathers well, hydrates hair, cleans scalp, makes hair soft, sulfate and paraben free, safe for colour treated hair.

8.  Organix Hydrating Tea Tree Mint Shampoo:

Price:  Rs. 745

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An ultra hydrating blend of Australian tea tree oils to add moisture and strength, while nourishing your hair with replenishing moisturizing milk proteins and micro-infused peppermint oils for hydration and balance.  Sulfate free.

9.  Boots Seaweed Shampoo:

Price:  Rs. 200

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Suitable for all hair types.  Enriched with seaweed extract which helps soften and moisturize.  Contains wheat germ oil –smoothens hair.  No build up formula.  Hair is clean, soft and shiny over regular use.  No parabens are used in this shampoo.

10.  Giovanni Tea-Tree Invigorating Shampoo:

Price:  Rs. 495

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Tea Tree Triple Treat Shampoo features a blend of rosemary oil, thyme oil, nettle oil, chamomile oil, and tea tree oil which combine to soothe and revitalize your scalp. Vitamin E, trace minerals and soybean proteins help to nourish and revitalize skin cells. Contains no Laurel/Laureth Sulfates. Enriched with Certified Organic Botanicals. No animal by products. Cruelty free.  This shampoo cleanses well, smells refreshing.

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{ 7 comments… read them below or add one }

Anchal November 23, 2013 at 12:32 am

I believe Biotique range has also no paraben and SLS less than 10% which is acceptable.. Please correct me if m wrong *scared*

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Mayuri November 23, 2013 at 12:58 am

I am going to try Giovanni Tea Tree shampoo.. *jogging*

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Ashu November 23, 2013 at 1:58 am

I am a big time believer in using SLS and paraben free products for hair as well :) Great post :)

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Abha November 23, 2013 at 6:35 am

great post Jomol ! *clap* *clap* i want to try the organix range especially the tea tree mint shampoo, the combination sounds so refreshing *happydance*

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Utkarsha November 23, 2013 at 10:45 am

Amazing post! :D

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Rashmita November 23, 2013 at 11:09 am

Nice post Jomol….will refer to this quite often :)

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Dripta Mukherjee November 23, 2013 at 12:50 pm

Hello Jomol :) .This is a very useful post *haan ji* *haan ji* ,thanks for sharing! *hifive*

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