Is Living Proof silicone and sulfate free?

Is Living Proof silicone and sulfate free?

Is Living Proof silicone and sulfate free?

Living Proof shampoos are not only all silicone-free, but also paraben-free, sulfate-free, and cruelty-free.

Is Living Proof chemical free?

Free of silicones, parabens, phthalates, and animal testing. Full of science that is non-toxic, and safe for color and chemically treated hair.

Is Living Proof anti frizz shampoo sulfate free?

It is sulfate-free, silicone-free, paraben-free, phthalate-free and cruelty-free.

Are living proof products sulfate and paraben free?

Our shampoo formulation was innovated by biotech scientists who were fed up with traditional hair care products. That’s why we created a shampoo that’s free of the bad ingredients and only contains the good! All of our lathering shampoos, including our dry shampoo, are sulfate free.

Are living proof products safe for keratin treated hair?

Is it safe to use after a keratin treatment? No sulfates (SLS & SLES) and no sodium chloride makes the Living Proof dry shampoo a good candidate for keratin-treated hair.

Does Living Proof shampoo lather?

Unlike many sulfate-free shampoos, it produces a satisfying lather.

Does living proof have Formaldehyde?

Both formulations of Living Proof’s dry shampoos are powder-based and free of phthalates, parabens, silicones, and formaldehyde.

What Living Proof products does Jennifer Aniston use?

Under McMillan’s watch, Aniston takes hair-washing very seriously. When she cleanses her hair with her choice shampoo—alternating between Living Proof No Frizz Shampoo and Drunk Elephant Cocomino Glossing Shampoo based on the day’s needs—she lathers, rinses, and repeats.

Can I use any sulfate-free shampoo after keratin treatment?

If you have recently undergone the Keratin treatment, the only way to extend the lifeline of your new super-straight strands is by investing in SLS-free shampoos. The reason is simple; you don’t want harmful chemicals breaking down the protein structure you’ve just spent a bomb rebuilding.