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Reasons Why You Should Switch To Aveda Hair Shampoo

By on April 15, 2022

You’ve probably noticed a few differences between your old shampoo and the one you’re using now. The most obvious may be the scent, as some shampoos smell entirely synthetic while others smell pretty natural. However, that’s not the only reason you should switch to aveda conditioner and Shampoo. You may have also noticed that most shampoos have dyes and fragrances that can irritate and strip your hair of its natural oils. While shampoos with fragrances are usually more expensive than those without, they don’t have to be expensive to be beneficial – only shampoos that work effectively. Switching to Aveda’s line of hair shampoos will help you achieve your hair goals – and more.


Aveda products are all-natural, which means they’re free from preservatives and fragrances that can irritate your skin.


 What if you want to grow long, healthy hair? You may wish to switch shampoo to one that contains ingredients like nettle extract or shea butter, which will help nourish your hair. Some shampoos even contain extracts that help maintain the strength of your hair shafts.


You’re probably noticing more buildup on your hairbrush than before; that is likely caused by the type of shampoo you’re using. With Aveda Hair Shampoo, we use a formulation that cleanses as it moisturizes – just like cleansing with water – so there’s no build-up on your hairbrush.

 Aveda has a line of shampoos specifically designed for newborns and infants because their shampoos are made with gentle plant-derived ingredients for sensitive scalps and skin conditions like cradle cap or eczema. We don’t have infant shampoos because we believe the only way to get great-looking hair care products is by starting young! To learn more about Aveda’s baby care products, please visit


As a woman of color, you may be highly sensitive to chemicals and fragrances often found in shampoos. Aveda’s shampoos are made with only high-quality, natural ingredients like aloe, avocado oil, chamomile, and coconut oil. Coupled with the fact that Aveda shampoos are hypoallergenic, sulfate-free, and paraben-free (and you probably already know this), they’re especially perfect for people of color.


You may have noticed the difference in how your hair felt when you used your previous conditioner. Did it feel light? Did it feel heavy or greasy after you rinsed it? It may seem like there’s no difference between your old conditioner and the new one, but there is! Your old conditioner was probably filled with synthetic materials, which can damage your hair and cause buildup on your hairbrush. In addition to that, these ingredients may have been diluted by water when washing hair – so there could have been a whole lot of them in the rinse.

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