When I was working as a category buyer in one of the top leading supermarkets here in Manila, one of our jobs is to evaluate items by suppliers most especially newly launched products. We received an email that one particular chemical found in shampoos named formaldehyde can cause respiratory disease, skin irritations and even cancer. I saw the word formaldehyde myself on the bottle of the shampoo that the email claimed to have that is why we asked the manufacturer why do they use Formaldehyde in their shampoos. This multi-company admitted that they used this chemical but only a small amount of it and it has no effect on humans.
But the questions is even how small it is if you will be exposed to this chemical for long time will it still not affect humans? What do you think?
Formaldehyde is the same as Formalin that is used to preserve human dead bodies. Even some baby shampoos have formaldehyde in them because of its low cost and disinfectant qualities. If you think you have lots of falling hair because of hair straightening, coloring or re bonding it’s because some of these hair procedures have formaldehyde chemical on it. Scary isn’t it?
After the spread of emails about this, some manufacturers didn’t sell the variants that was known to have formaldehyde on it anymore. But I am just thinking now what if they just changed the packaging and ingredients of their products and hid the formaldehyde word since some people already knew and are already conscious on checking the chemical contents of shampoos? It’s even scarier than showing it on the label isn’t it?
Good thing I discovered Human Nature strengthening shampoo with pearl powder and aloe vera. I’ve been using it for a couple of months now and I have noticed that I have less falling hair and itchy scalp. I can say that this may be the best hair loss treatment for my falling hair. Human Nature shampoos are 100% no harmful chemicals.
After the strengthening shampoo I usually follow it up with their strengthening conditioner that is 100% natural with Gugo bark and Calamansi. My cousin’s wife, also said that her hair now has less breakage and split ends after she used the same shampoo.
The Human Nature strengthening conditioner on the other hand, costs P49.75 for 50ml, P144.75 for 200ml and P289.75 for 500ml
This is the right time to switch your shampoo and save yourself from the harmful chemicals that can affect your health.
Also, we checked out Kokopax to find the safest baby detergent.
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