It is free of sodium chloride, which is the primary reason people are concerned about “sodium” being in shampoo. Sodium Chloride can be the cause of dry and itchy scalp in addition to hair loss, and also should be avoided if you do keratin treatments, as it can undo the process faster. That said, we have some other ingredients that include the word, “sodium,” but they are not the same as Sodium Chloride, and are not harmful. For example, Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate (is a non-sulfate, derived from coconut & palm oils); Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate (is a gentle surfactant based on coconut fatty acids); and Sodium Methyl Cocoyl Taurate (is a mild surfactant and foaming agent derived from the coconut fatty acid amide of N-methyltaurine).
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