The soft and amazing lather from your shampoo that gives you the “clean” feeling is thanks to the sulphates in it. But it is these sulphates that also strip your hair of the natural oils and leave you with dry and frizzy hair. They can also strip your hair off of the colour or keratin treatment that you spent time and money on. Use a sulphate free shampoo to improve the health of your hair by leaps and bounds. Check below for the best sulphate free shampoos in the UK:
After a long period of experimenting with sulphate free shampoo considering the deteriorating condition of my hair, I found one shampoo that served as the solution for all my hair problems.
A number of reviews have stated that the VIRTUE Recovery Shampoo serves as an instant solution for hair fall and frizz. Its sulphate free formula includes hydrolyzed quinoa which strengthens the hair strands. Compared to the other sulfate-free shampoos this is moderately priced costing $38.
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|Kerastase Discipline Bain Fluidealiste Smooth-In-Motion Shampoo||Protection against heat||Link|
|A’kin Shampoo||Great for color treated hair||Link|
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|Pureology Hydrate Moisturizing Shampoo||Fixes damaged hair||Link|
|Living proof Full Shampoo||Makes the hair bouncy||Link|
Top Sulphate-Free Shampoo in UK
Moroccanoil Extra Volume Shampoo
Moroccanoil has several shampoos, all sulphate free, catering to different needs. The Extra Volume Shampoo is my pick for hair that is not really damaged, but just a bit dry and flat, and who says “no” to the extra volume?
The shampoo feels light and spreads easily when massaged through the scalp. It does smell quite nice and it leaves your hair feeling clean and fresh.
The argan oil in the shampoo does a good job of adding plenty of moisture to the hair and getting rid of the dryness.
I noticed that the frizz died down by a large extent. It is also safe on colour treated hair.
Kerastase Discipline Bain Fluidealiste Smooth-In-Motion Shampoo
The Kerastase Discipline shampoo does a lot of good for dry and frizzy hair. Even without the addition of sulphates, this shampoo does lather quite a bit to give you the squeaky clean feeling.
This shampoo contains a heat protectant which forms a thin layer around the hair and protects the hair from humidity especially during the hot summer months, helping bring down the frizziness.
It smoothens the hair so well that on a regular day you don’t even have to touch your straightening iron. This is my go-to shampoo when I want a blow-out for an evening out.
If you love colouring your hair, you know that it can dry your hair quite a bit, leaving you with split ends and loads of frizz.
While I always feel good walking out of the salon after a colour treatment, I dread washing my hair and seeing it go all dry.
A’kin shampoos are my choice for coloured hair as they contain the ylang-ylang essential oil. It is gentle and safe on the hair.
It hydrates well and keeps the hair moisturised without stripping off the colour.
Virtue has a range of shampoos that are all free of sulphates and safe on your hair. While the “Full” and “Smooth” shampoos are for increasing the volume of your hair and for smoothening out the frizz, respectively, the “Recovery” is formulated for reviving damaged hair.
The shampoo contains keratin as well as protein from hydrolysed quinoa that strengthens the strands and reduces hair loss due to breakage.
The shampoo is light in consistency and spreads well. It nourishes the hair and moisturises it with baobab seed oil, so there are lesser tangles and knots.
I love the “Faith in Nature” range of shampoos, both for their attractive packaging as well as the quality of the shampoos.
The fact that they are completely vegan and cruelty free also adds to the appeal. My choice is the Avacado shampoo as it is suitable for all types of hair.
The moisture infused by the avocado oil is not too greasy, and just perfect even if you have slightly oily hair.
It does not lather the way a sulphate based shampoo would, but I can assure you that it cleans the scalp well. And just a little bit goes a long way, so it’s economical too.
Pureology Hydrate Moisturizing Shampoo
It’s always a good idea to rely on a professional brand of shampoo if you are in doubt. Pureology is one such brand that is used widely by hairstylists across the world. The Hydrate Moisturising shampoo is my recommendation for very dry hair.
The shampoo is purely vegan and contains a good amount of sunflower seed oil for moisturising your hair.
The added vitamin E protects your hair from damage and helps revive it to health.
You can see the difference in just a couple of washes, where it turns your hair from dry and frizzy to hydrated and smooth.
No one says no to extra volume, but the ones with thin and fine hair know the true struggle. Living Proof Full Shampoo should be one that you must try for giving your hair loads of volume and making it bouncy.
While this sulphate free shampoo cleanses the hair, moisturises it and makes it healthier, it also revives dull hair and gives it more life.
It is light in consistency and lathers quite well. I also like the refreshing fragrance this shampoo has.
Use it with the light weight Living Proof conditioner for added protection.
John Masters Organics Repair Shampoo for Damaged Hair with Honey & Hibiscus
I love luxury for my hair and John Masters is one way to get that. This organic shampoo contains honey and hibiscus extracts to cleanse the scalp and get rid of all the dirt and grime, and it does all that with a gentle lather.
Yes, you read that right – a sulphate shampoo that manages to lather as well. Honey has natural properties of cleansing, moisturising, repairing and protecting the hair while hibiscus extracts make the hair more lustrous.
This shampoo is priced higher than most sulphate free shampoos, but I think it’s worth every penny I pay for it.
Joico Moisture Recovery Shampoo
You want a sulphate free shampoo that moisturises as well as protects your hair from the harsh rays of the sun, go for the Moisture Recovery Shampoo by Joico.
Containing a blend of jojoba seed oil, botanical butters and sea water, this shampoo intensely hydrates the hair.
It contains keratin that strengthens your strands and makes sure they don’t break easily. The shampoo also has ingredients that offer protection from the UV rays and other environmental pollutants, so if your hair is colour treated, it maintains the vibrancy of the shade and slows down the fading.
Aveeno Pure Renewal Gentle Shampoo
Trust Aveeno to make the most gentle hair and skin care products. The Pure Renewal Gentle Shampoo contains seaweed extracts to nourish your locks with vitamins, proteins and minerals and fight free radical damage with anti-oxidants.
The shampoo is quite moisturising and suitable if you have normal or an oily scalp, but may not be the best for dry or extremely dry hair.
It does soften the texture of the hair though, helping revive frizzy and rough hair.
It is safe for colour treated hair and retains the colour without fading it.
Like most sulphate free shampoos, Aveeno does not lather much, but it does leave the hair very clean.
OGX Nourishing Coconut Milk Shampoo
I won’t lie, Coconut is one of my favourite ingredients in hair and skincare. I love everything about it, from the texture to the fragrance to the abundant health benefits it brings. So, though OGX has loads of shampoos in its range, the Coconut Milk Shampoo is on my list for the best moisturising sulphate free shampoo.
Apart from hydrating, Coconut milk also has repairing and cell regeneration properties.
It also protects the hair from heat treatments and environmental damage. So if you have dry, damaged hair with split ends, try this one to start the healing process.
Jason All Nautral Organic Smoothing Sea Kelp Shampoo
Sea Kelp and all ingredients related to the sea are my second favourites in hair and skin care, next to coconut.
This is because they come loaded with so much nutrition that improves the health of my hair, makes it softer and shinier.
The Smoothing Sea Kelp Shampoo by Jason contains the goodness of sea kelp, ginseng root extracts and kukui nut oil.
The ginseng root extracts help repair damaged hair and stimulate hair growth while the kukui nut oil deeply moisturises it and leaves the hair glossier.
Along with this, the sea kelp infuses the hair with all the required vitamins and minerals to keep it healthy.
Shea Moisture 100% Virgin Coconut Oil Milk Daily Hydration Shampoo
You’re not surprised anymore to find another sulphate free shampoo containing coconut oil on this list, are you? The Shea Moisture 100% Virgin Coconut Oil Milk Daily Hydration Shampoo is safe for colour treated hair as well, helping moisture it and keep it hydrated.
This is one of the best shampoos for dry hair. While the pure coconut oil works on rejuvenating the hair, the acacia senegal locks in this moisture.
This way, your locks are hydrated even after you wash away the shampoo, keeping it well nourished and lustrous.
It makes the hair softer and smoother, and keeps it free of frizz and split ends.
Say “oui” or “yes” to Ouai Fine Shampoo, if you have thin and fine hair. This shampoo has everything your hair needs to add some life and bounce, along with strength.
The concoction of keratin and biotin in the shampoo strengthen the strands and prevent hair loss due to breakage and lack of nutrition.
The shampoo also contains chia seed oil to moisturise it intensely and make it smoother, eliminating dryness and frizz.
Specially formulated for fine hair, this shampoo efficiently cleanses, getting rid of all the dirt and builds volume.
Use it along with the Ouai conditioner for best results.
Living proof is a brand that has a great reputation around the world and works well with all hair types.
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