is your shampoo breaking you out?
Shampoo and other hair products commonly contain pore clogging, irritating and even harmful chemicals that can frequently lead to acne breakouts. Find out which ingredients to avoid in your shampoo and hair care products and which products we at Facial Lounge wholeheartedly recommend!
Originally published on faciallounge.com
Full article includes:
- How shampoo can cause breakouts
- Pore clogging ingredients
- Irritating chemicals
- Left over residue
- Ingredients to avoid in shampoos, conditioners and other hair care products to prevent breakouts
- Clean shampoos Facial Lounge recommends
SHAMPOOS COMMONLY CONTAIN: PORE CLOGGING INGREDIENTS
Heavy ingredients added to shampoos to provide moisture often times can clog pores and create a breeding ground for bacteria. For those who struggle regularly with acne, whiteheads, blackheads around their hairline, neck, and scalp, avoid products with heavy ingredients like: petroleum, silicones, jojoba oil, mineral oil and shea butter, cocoa butter, sodium lauryl sulfate, ammonium lauryl sulfate, coconut oil, and lanolin.
While some of these ingredients in shampoos are not inherently bad, they are commonly the culprit for acne breakouts around the hairline, neck, shoulders and back…