I will lightly touch on the ingredients because there’s just not enough space to talk in depth about them individually, especially the extracts and oils. I may tackle that another time. I have however attached the first few ingredients like I usually do in the photo slide below.
Like the clarifying shampoo, I was also able to easily detangle my hair. Now this one has low foam/suds and that’s because of its controllable effect, which means if you want more foam/suds add more water. These contain very gentle detergents that are more than sufficient to cleanse the gunk from the hair without causing all that damage to the structure of the hair like harsh sulfates. You will notice a difference in the way your hair feels and looks and you’ll be able to be at ease knowing that your hair isn’t breaking down from the inside.
Just a side note, if you want a maximum protein boost for your hair, choose a mixture of proteins. If you haven’t seen my last post discussing the Hydrolyzed Digitata (Baobab) seed protein which this product contains also, go check it out on my other post under the comment section. Hydrolyzed proteins do the same thing as humectants in that they attract and hold water and as protein based humectants they lose that water slowly. Because water is what keeps hair hydrated and well hydrated hair is strong and flexible. So you’ll have lots of moisture action happening with this product. Overall, I love this shampoo as well and highly recommend it. But if you’re looking for something with more foam, then choose the clarifying shampoo.