New Shampoo and Conditioner Duo - FAQ

How often should I shampoo my wavy, curly or kinky hair?
How often you should use a cleansing shampoo for natural hair is not set in stone, it depends much on your hair type and lifestyle. Often wavy hair gets oilier faster than tight coily hair and needs more frequent washing to keep healthy scalp conditions. For loose waves and curls, we recommend washing 3-5 times a week and tight coily curl types to co-wash weekly and deep cleanse with shampoo once or twice a week. Ringlet curls can on the other hand shampoo or co-wash every few days to a week. Depending on your hair type, wash less if you have dry hair and more for oily hair.

Is the Lightweight Smoothing Conditioner silicone-free?
Yes, it is a silicone-free conditioner! To create the best products for frizzy hair and for detangling, we use 100% vegetable origin, non-toxic, non-irritating, fully biodegradable and environmentally friendly Silicone-free alternatives. They provide a light, non-greasy, frizz-smoothing texture to the hair, like traditional silicones such as dimethicone, without doing any harm to the hair or the environment. Additionally, Avocado and Argan Oil in the conditioner act as natural emollients that flatten and seal the hair cuticles, creating a smoother outer layer of the hair strand. Smoother hair reduces the friction between each hair strand, making the hair align better next to each other and resulting in amazing glossy, frizz-free curls.

Is the Deep Cleansing Shampoo sulphate-free?
Yes, it is a sulphate-free shampoo! We only use mild, plant-based surfactants, such as Decyl glucoside and Cocamidopropyl betaine, which are gentle and kind to fragile curls and do not sting the eyes. Whilst being mild, our shampoo also contains an anionic surfactant, that makes fast a rich creamy foam facilitating product distribution and cleansing any product build-up you might have, without irritating as sulphate surfactants would.

Can I use the Lightweight Smoothing Conditioner as a leave-in conditioner?
Usually, a leave-in conditioner for curly hair consists of a lighter, more curl-defining formula that helps with the detangling and styling process than rinse-off conditioners do, which is why it is sold separately. Also, some curls get easily weighed down if the leave-in product is too heavy. However, if you have dry, thirsty tresses, there is no harm to try. You can give it a go. Your waves, curls or kinks might love it!