A non-medicated, mild shampoo for sensitive skin and scalp. Leaves hair clean and manageable. Preservative-free. Gluten-free.
I have been using your products for one year and am so happy that my skin is not irritated. I even take my shampoo, styling gel and spray to the hairdressers when I need a haircut. Several other ladies were having the same problem and I told them about your products, which they used, and one lady is cleared up completely. Also, Dr. Morgan recommended that I bathe my dogs using the shampoo and it works great. I have miniature schnauzers who don't shed but need to be bathed every week. I even take the shampoo to the groomer. Their haircoat is much softer because of the shampoo and I don't break out in a rash when I bathe them! Just thought you would want to know. „
Not a tearless shampoo
purified water, lauryl glucoside, coco glucoside, acrylates copolymer, disodium cocoyl glutamate, sodium cocoyl glycinate, glycerin, sucrose cocoate, panthenol, pentylene glycol, 1,2-hexanediol, sodium cocoyl glutamate, disodium EDTA, caprylyl glycol, sodium hydroxide, sodium chloride
No, not in the sense you are probably using the term. You may have read, or been told by your physician, to avoid using products containing alcohol on your skin. The term “alcohol” in this context probably refers to alcohols such as rubbing alcohol, ethyl alcohol, or isopropyl alcohol since these alcohols are very drying to the skin.
However, there are ingredients in skin care products, including some of ours, which include the word “alcohol” in the name of the ingredient. The word “alcohol” in this case refers to the chemical structure of the ingredient and does not mean the ingredient is bad for the skin. These ingredients are often wax-like substances that help form the structure of the product.
The exception is Free & Clear™ Hair Sprays.
We have tested all of our products, and none of them have shown the presence of gluten with our testing methods.