Paraben and sulfate-free shampoo
Like all other hair products from the brand, Maria Nila's shampoo is free from both sulfates and parabens, which should be avoided in your hair care.
Sulfates make hair clean by dissolving the oils and fats within. When a shampoo lathers, it is usually proof that it contains sulfates. Although the feeling of a shampoo that really lathers may feel good, it can actually be too effective and even damage your hair. Sulfates also remove natural oils and fats, resulting in dry and irritated skin and can disturb its balance. As compensation, the body's production of these fats and oils can increase, making the hair feel even more greasy. Parabens are a substance used to prevent mould and bacteria in make-up and hair care products, which have been found to be both detrimental to hormones (endocrine disruptors) as well as allergenic.
When you start using a sulfate-free shampoo, you will probably notice that it doesn't lather in the same way as a shampoo that contains this substance. Initially, your hair may even feel somewhat greasy before getting used to the new products. This is because the hair is detoxing from sulfates and parabens. If you have a sensitive scalp, it is essential to use a paraben and sulfate-free shampoo.
Vegan shampoo from Maria Nila
Maria Nila only features vegan hair care in its range. If you're looking for a vegan shampoo, you've come to the right place. Maria Nila's shampoos are both cruelty-free and vegan, which means that they are not tested on animals and do not contain animal products. The animal ingredients found in much of today's hair care and cosmetics are unnecessary and can easily be replaced with plant-based ingredients. Our silver shampoo, for example, contains blackberry extract, and our shampoo for coloured hair contains pomegranate extract. The vegan shampoos are available in different sizes, from smaller travel bottles to extra-large bottles. Many people apply shampoo first, then conditioner, and finally, a hair mask. We recommend that you instead apply your hair mask after the shampoo. This way, the cuticle layer (outer layer) is open, and the cortex of the hair (inner layer) is more receptive to the beneficial substances in the hair mask. Then finish with the conditioner.
Professional shampoo in different hair care series
Maria Nila's shampoo is available in several different hair care series, so you can certainly find a shampoo that suits your hair type. The dandruff shampoo is anti-inflammatory and prevents dandruff and scalp problems. It also counteracts hair loss and increases hair growth. The moisturising shampoo softens, moisturises, and strengthens the hair's structure. It also contains argan oil which counteracts frizz, static, and electricity and adds gloss. Shampoo is the perfect choice for those with dry hair. The volume shampoo provides thickness, fullness and strengthens the hair structure. It also contains vitamin B5, which gives the hair volume and resilience. The nourishing shampoo is ideal for damaged, dry, and chemically treated hair as it moisturises, builds, and strengthens the structure of the hair with rejuvenating algae extract. The shampoo for coloured hair helps you preserve hair colour with pomegranate extract and Colour Guard Complex. It also protects the hair against UV radiation and free radicals. The silver shampoo with violet pigment and blackberry extract counteracts golden nuances, giving a shine and strengthening the hair's structure. Finally, we have the dry shampoo, which both freshens the hair and removes the greasy feel in it while also giving it a lighter, volume effect. All shampoos are, of course, vegan and sulfate and paraben-free!