L'Oreal Paris Ceramide Total Repair 5 Restoring Shampoo, 25.4 fl oz
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L'Oreal Paris Ceramide Restoring Shampoo is designed to restore damaged and abused hair back to its former luster. With L'Oreal Paris Shampoo, 25.4 fl oz, you can enjoy results instantly as well as over time as it acts to repair five visible signs of damaged hair without weighing it down. First, this Total Repair Shampoo helps to rebuild fibers to reduce breakage and fly-aways. L'Oreal Paris Ceramide Restoring Shampoo can help to strengthen hair as well as restore vitality, silkiness and shine to overworked and over-processed tresses. Use this L'Oreal Paris Shampoo to uncover healthier hair as it penetrates hair fiber from root to core.
L'Oreal Paris Ceramide Total Repair 5 Restoring Shampoo:
- Helps mend broken hair fibers
- Penetrates hair fiber from root to core to tip for healthier hair
- For damaged, overworked hair
|Multi Pack Indicator:||No|
|Battery Type:||Does Not Contain a Battery|
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||1.75|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||2.504 x 3.74 x 8.701|
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- To nighteyes61801. The reason she wanted to know is because when it comes to the hazards hiding inside conventional personal care and cleaning products, probably no ingredient has caused more controversy than sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS), a surfactant added to everything from toothpaste and shampoo, to hand soap and laundry detergent. SLS is used to boost a product’s cleaning power and create the foamy sudsy appearance that consumers equate with effectiveness. Many people believe that SLS is a carcinogen, but to date there’s no evidence whatsoever that this common ingredient causes cancer. Nor can it combine with other ingredients and/or environmental pollutants to create new hazards. That bears repeating: SLS has not been linked to cancer. Yet that doesn’t absolve it of all toxicological blame. SLS can irritate eyes and skin. It’s also hazardous to aquatic life. For those reasons, you might choose to avoid it. SLS is often confused with a related cleaning chemical called sodium laureth sulfate, or SLES, which is used for similar purposes. SLES can also irritate skin and eyes, but SLES has a bigger problem all its own: it is frequently contaminated by a carcinogen called 1,4 dioxane, which is commonly created as a manufacturing process by-product. Many consumers have trouble keeping SLES and SLS apart. They do sound very similar. This may be responsible for the mistaken idea that SLS causes cancer. The good news is that neither SLES nor SLS is required for consumer products to work. Many formulations, including shampoos and toothpastes, are available in SLS-free versions . Check the ingredients panels of the cleaning and personal care products you use for SLES and SLS to avoid either. Alternatives abound!by Cassandra8/31/2015Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Yes.by Hotta12/17/2013Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
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- Yes. Sodium Laureth Sulfate and Sodium Lauryl Sulfate. Not sure why you wanted to know, but I just tried this and I LOVE IT!!! It works amazingly well on my hair! :)by nighteyes618018/31/2015Was this answer helpful? (0) (1)Was this answer helpful?
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- Yes, I've colored my hair over 20 years and use it daily, I bought the shampoo, conditioner and the balm, I don't see any difference in the balm but again I use a lot of Estee Lauder and Sephora products. But again I have only used the repair balm one time as it was cheaper and over 3 grand in products!by EMS272/10/2014Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- This is for color damaged hair, but do a strand test before applying to your head.by CommunityAnswer1/30/2014Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- It does not contain coconut or cinnamon.by Hotta12/17/2013Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I bought the shampoo, conditioner and the balm for myself and my husband has long hair (almost to his belt) and thick he's used it twice and I can see just in two shampoos how much fluffy and clean it really looks. I buy brand names like Estel Lauder just spent 800.00 on it and taking some back and L'Oreal here I come! If you have dry hair and straighten it like I do, buy these products! Wal-Mart please keep in stock! Buy the Balm put it on last and leave in 2-3 minutes and when hair dries looks like you've had a saloon treatment! We love it! And I buy brand names cost 30.00 each and this is better! Love it!!!! It has Aloeby EMS2712/1/2013Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?