Desert Essence, Organics, Red Raspberry Shampoo, 8 fl oz (237 ml)
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- Shine Enhancing
- NSF (Contains Organic Ingredients)
- 100% Vegan/Wheat & Gluten Free
Gently cleanse and get brilliant shine with Desert Essence Organic Red Raspberry Shampoo. This Shampoo contains organic red raspberry leaf and organic bilberry extract to help strengthen and impart a natural shine. With continued use, hair is smooth, healthy and brilliantly shiny.
After wetting hair, massage a small amount in to create a lather. Rinse well. Repeat as necessary.
Color variations in product may occur due to natural ingredients.
Aloe barbadensis leaf juice*, rubus idaeus (raspberry) leaf extract*, coco-glucoside (coconut/ sugar), sodium coco-sulfate (coconut), lauryl glucoside (coconut/sugar), decyl glucoside (coconut/sugar), leuconostoc/radish root ferment filtrate*, sodium chloride, glycerin (palm)*, natural fragrance/flavor (parfum/aroma), panthenol (pro-vitamin b-5), vaccinium myrtillus fruit extract (bilberry)*, lepidium meyenii root extract (maca root)*, yucca brevifolia root extract (yucca cactus)*, symphytum officinale leaf extract (comfrey)*, urtica dioica (nettle) leaf extract*, macrocystis pyrifera extract (sea kelp)*, salix alba (willow) bark extract*, citric acid, potassium sorbate.
100% vegan, wheat & gluten free
No: Parabens, sodium lauryl/laureth sulfates, phthalates, artificial fragrances or colors, silicones, EDTA, glycol, or petroleum based ingredients.
Cruelty free and biodegradable: No animal testing of raw materials or finished product. No phosphates.
No SLS this company claims. Well Sodium coco sulfate that is listed in this shampoo has the exact same chemical number as the strong harmful substance Sodium lauryl sulfate. Sodium coco sulfate=Sodium lauryl sulfate. I bought this shampoo without checking ingredient list properly first. Smells good but will put it in the trash since I do NOT use harmful strong sulfates in my hair. I hate when companies try to fool consumers. Everything else I have bought at iherb has been good but this one was a big NO.
Posted by 5519875339405224411 on Jul 14, 2016
This shampoo was good, cleaned my hair very good and has a nice smell. The only problem (and maybe was just this one bottle) is that is was very hard to get it out of the bottle.
Posted by 5606497468448379593 on Jun 10, 2016
Lives hair alitlle dry
SLS from Coconut not good
Posted by MacnAZ on Jun 05, 2016
I have been doing the best that I can to avoid SLS and SLES for many months. I was pleased that I had learned that these chemicals could cause skin problems and that it was best to AVOID them. You can find these chemicals in toothpaste, soaps and many other items that will contact your body in one way or another. A couple of weeks ago I started to wonder about Sodium Coco Sulfate and decided to do research and find ANSWERS! When I did the research I was very disappointed with what I found because the companies that are making a BIG DEAL about their product being from coconut is misleading. It is an outright LIE that the coconut form of SLS is different. It is NOT! They are DECEIVING the consumer. Sodium Laurel Sulfate, Sodium Laureth Sulfate and Sodium Coco Sulfate are chemically THE SAME! [CH3(CH2)11SO4Na] There is no difference in the molecular structure. They are synthetic detergents. Sodium Laurel Sulfate (SLS) is made by mixing lauryl alcohol with sulfuric acid and then adding sodium carbonate. Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES) is actually worse and to make it less irritating they ethoxylate it. This means they add ethylene oxide to modify it. This reduces the irritation level of the chemical. SLES is a cheaper form of SLS and that is why many companies use it. The source of the raw materials; whether from coconut oil, palm oil or petroleum does not matter. Through the chemical synthesizing process the end product is still SLS or SLES and it is STILL BAD! The end product is very different from the raw materials that are used. I am not able to put my source links here, so do some research of your own and then we can expose the deceptive labeling that some companies are using.
Posted by 5275927556576839754 on May 26, 2016
Very nice smell, so good for my hair and I can last 3/4 days before my next shampoo ! I recommand this product !