Our products have been fully tested and are pH balanced to fall within the proper levels for shampoos and conditioners, and are within the range of pH for hair and scalp. As you may know, our skin and hair have a pH level between 4.5 and 5.5. This is about as acidic as black coffee but it is important for our health. The slightly acidic nature of our skin and hair is what helps us retain moisture. If we use products that are too high or too low on the pH scale, we damage our skin and hair. But since we need products that are strong enough to remove oils and dirt, how do we know if they are too strong? Most professional hair care products will identify themselves as being pH balanced. This means that their pH level falls within the 5.5 to 6.5 range for shampoos while conditioners will generally fall between 4.0 and 5.0. This makes them strong enough to adequately remove excess oils and dirt without doing damage to our skin or hair. Since a number of products do not actually list a pH number on their package, if you have concerns about what you are using you can easily test the product using litmus papers that can be purchased at any drug store. Again, as I mentioned above, our products are fully tested and pH balanced to fall within the proper levels for shampoos and conditioners, and are within the range of pH for hair and scalp
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