From Sulfate-Free To Anti-Shampoo: Natural Movement In Hair Care
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Trend for “free of” products in hair care is growing, as consumers demand gentle formulas created without ingredients that dry out hair and scalp, says global ingredient distributor Univar Inc. At extreme end of trend, some consumers are nixing shampoo altogether.
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