The Arvazallia hair repair shampoo is our top pick for Keratin treated hair.
When you buy this set, you get:
Keratin safe shampoo and conditioner
- And a deep hydrating Argan oil hair mask
Most stylists would recommend this product set because it’s all sulfate and salt-free.
And today, I will reveal the full list of ingredients across all the 3 products, and show you why it’s safe for your blowout.
Let me tell you why I went above and beyond to make a list of the ingredients with easy to understand notes for you.
A few weeks ago I got a request from one of our readers.
She asked me for the list of ingredients in this shampoo set as she was concerned about Sodium Chloride.
I understand, it’s not always easy to decipher these ingredients.
I always use websites like the EWG and Paula’s Choice myself to cross check and make sure they are safe.
So, to save you all these hassles…
I’ve made a table for you with easy to understand notes I’ve gathered from these 2 reliable sources.
Arvazallia Shampoo Ingredients
How to read the ingredients:
|Sodium Lauroamphoacetate||Mild surfactant (cleansing agent) also used as a lather agent.|
|Cocamidopropyl Betaine||Gentle surfactant used in skincare products.|
|Cocamide MEA||Used to thicken the water phase of cosmetics. Derived from plants.|
|Lauryl Glucoside||It is a glycoside produced from glucose and lauryl alcohol (surfactant).|
|Sodium Lauroyl Glutamate||A fatty acid derived from renewable plant resources.|
|Parfum||A mixture of fragrant essential oils or aroma compounds.|
|Argania Spinosa Kernel Oil||Pure Moroccan Argan oil.|
|Macadamia Ternifolia Seed Oil||Pure Macadamia seeds oil.|
|Dimethicone||A synthetic skin and hair conditioning agent (silicone).|
|Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride||Synthetic polymers that provides anti-static properties without weighing hair down.|
|Polyquaternium-10||Thickening Quat Conditioner for shampoos, conditioners and skin care products.|
|NA-PCA||A very good water-binding agent that moisturizes similarily to the lipid content of skin.|
|Panthenol||Alcohol form of pro-vitamin B5.|
|Citric Acid||Extract derived from citrus and used primarily in small amounts to adjust the pH.|
|Phenoxyethanol||A safe and effective preservative approved and used in leave-on or rinse-off cosmetics.|
|Cetearyl Alcohol||Fatty alcohol used as an emollient. Derived naturally, as in coconut fatty alcohol, or synthetically.|
|Decamethylcyclopentasiloxane||It is a colorless and odorless liquid that is slightly volatile (Silicone).|
|Hydroxyethyl Ethylcellulose||Naturally occurring Cellulose component found in the cell walls of plants.|
|Amodimethicone||White milky silicone emulsion. Not soluble in water.|
|Trideceth-12||A synthetic ingredient used to keep products from separating. Offers excellent tactile properties and softening effects in hair. (Silicone)|
|Cetrimonium Chloride||“Quats”. They enable you to have a little dollop of conditioner and let it easily glide and distribute throughout your hair. (Ammonium Salt)|
|Cyclopentasiloxane||A water-thin Silicone good at dispersing thicker, greasier silicones. Creates the wet slippery feel.|
|Teartrimonium Chloride||Anti static quaternary ammonium salt. Prevents buildup of static electricity. Also used in baby products. Gentle and not bad bad.|
|Tetrasodium EDTA||Chelating agent. Dissolves minerals that build up in your hair.|
|Methylchloroisothiazolinone||A preservative with antibacterial and antifungal effects. Some people may have allergies to this. Do a strand test first.|
|Methylisothiazolinone||A preservative added to products to prevent unwanted growth of bacteria and yeasts. Some people may have allergies to this. Do a strand test first.|