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Solid shampoo: everything you need to know about the use of this 100% natural option

More and more people are beginning to implement it for environmental reasons and practicality. Three people who tried this shampoo

The solid shampoo is small but its duration is long, up to 5 months (Shutterstock)

Natural cosmetics in recent times have become the protagonist and solid shampoo is part of this phenomenon. It is 100% natural, vegan and is not sold in a plastic container, as is often the case with traditional shampoos.

It has no sulfates, parabens or silicones, therefore it is chemical free. Its format is ideal for travelers since it can be easily moved and it is even allowed to be carried in a carry-on bag on the plane due to its small size.

In dialogue with Infobae , the dermatologist Inés Muzzio (MN 110357) assured that it is currently a trend that is beginning to be used by young women who bet on biodegradable for its components. “Patients choose it a lot because it does not have sulfates, parabens, or silicones, unlike a laboratory shampoo that has preservatives, detergents, and perfumes, sometimes they can cause irritations on the scalp such as itching and dermatitis, that is why it is that a lot of people now want to adopt it.”

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"When they consult me, I say that they use it, that there is no problem, but you have to take into account if you have oily hair or normal hair," said the doctor.

A few weeks ago, the one who shared that she stopped using the traditional shampoo and leaned towards the solid was the American singer and actress Hilary Duff. She said it on Earth Day, since this shampoo has the characteristic of being “zero waste”.

It is recommended to support them on wooden supports (Shutterstock)

Carolina, 26, had a bad experience with solid shampoo. She used it for nine months hoping that her hair would “settle” as indicated by the brand of shampoo she had purchased.

“I said that the process of adapting the hair could be from 1 week to three months, since what the shampoo does is sweep away all the chemicals that you have accumulated over the years from straightening, dyeing, and traditional shampoos, and they recommended a mix of conditioner of water with diluted apple cider vinegar”.

“I used it for a long time, 9 months in total, after 6 months, it ran out and I bought it again, always following the steps. My hair was strawy and hard, I couldn't comb it, totally tangled, dull, and stiff , the opposite of what everyone said, and I ended up using a flat iron to fix it . I spent 9 months waiting for the hair to adjust, and since I saw that the second shampoo did not work, I gave it to a friend and returned to normal and in a week the hair came back to life” , Carolina finished the story.

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