ApHogee Shampoo for Damaged Hair is recommended for everyday use on color treated and damage-prone hair. This rich, luxurious shampoo cleans gently and will not harm color, perm or relaxer services. Proteins, emollients and vitamins restore sheen and pliability to hair damaged by chemicals and heat. Safe for daily use as well as on extensions, weaves and hair color....
Gently remove sea salt, chlorine green and daily build-up with gentle fruit extracts. Vitamins B5 and xx (witch hazel) minerals restore softness, boost shine and restore hair to silky, shiny perfection.
Deep clean sun damaged hair with natural fruit extracts!
Orange Flower, Grapefruit Extract and Lemon Peel gently remove chlorine “green” sea salts and minerals
Aloe and Pineapple Extract restore manageability and shine
Perfect for a day at the beach, pool or outdoors
Great for the whole family and color safe for Moms, too!...
Hempz Pure Herbal Extracts Blushing Grapefruit & Raspberry Creme Shampoo Uplift the radiance and help enhance the beauty of your color treated hair with this color preserving shampoo. Essential extracts and oils help to maintain manageability, seal in vibrancy, shine and radiance while leaving your hair soft and smooth.
Blushing Grapefruit & Raspberry Crème...
Benefits for the Client:
Helps to extend the life of color treated hair
Pineapple Extract – helps to condition, soften and invigorate hair
Gentle cleansing with no harsh sulfates
Honey Melon Extract – natural antioxidant with Vitamin A and E properties to help hydrate and nourish the hair
Shea Butter – helps hydrate and nourish
Gives hair bounce and fullness without adding weight
Miracle Oil Blend – signature blend of essential oils helping to hydrate, repair and volumize hair leaving hair soft, smooth and nourished
Sweet Pineapple & Honey Melon...
Energizing shampoo that leaves hair clean, healthy and ready to style. Comes with powerful essential oils that are designed to attract and dissolve dirt and styling products that can weight hair down. They add powerful nutrients, omega fatty acids, and antifungal properties that all work together to create healthy hair and scalp...
Macadamia rejuvenating shampoo is a moisturizing shampoo for all hair types and is excellent for dry, damaged hair. The rejuvenating shampoo gently cleanses the hair while weightlessly replenishing moisture and protecting the hair from environmental elements....
One 'n Only Shiny Silver Ultra Conditioning Shampoo restores shiny brightness to white and gray hair. Enhances blonde and revitalizes bleached, frosted and blonde-tinted hair. Formulated with lavender, lemon, orange peel, grapefruit and tangerine to soothe, condition and enrich hair. Improves manageability, body and softness. Conditions and restores moisture to dry, damaged hair....
Pure Grace perfumed gentle daily shampoo is a moisturizing and conditioning shampoo with natural rice protein to aide in moisture retention, improve body, shine and smoothness of hair while smelling infinitely clean....
Ultra Swim Replenishing Shampoo contains humectants, moisturizers, Vitamin E and Aloe to nourish & condition hair while it gently removes chlorine and chlorine odor. It also helps remove copper deposits and other oxidized metals that can cause lighter colored hair to take on a greenish cast. Ultra Swim Replenishing Shampoo’s gentle formula can be used after every swim, even if your hair is chemically treated, colored, permed or relaxed. Hair smells fresh & clean after each shampoo!...
You can probably imagine a day or two without shampoo, but can you imagine life without shampoo? Where did shampoo come from? What did people use before shampoo? Are there alternatives to it? These questions are answered here:
We can’t say exactly where shampoo came from, nor how long it’s been used. There is evidence of a head massage with oils being used in India in the 1700s, and British colonists using something called “shampoo” in their hair—but it wasn’t being used to clean their hair. Most people used regular soap to clean their hair. It probably helped keep their hair clean, but it most likely left a residue and their hair difficult to manage.
Where did Shampoo Come From?
In the early 1920s, shampoo started to be mass produced. A British hairstylist named Kasey Hebert, is given credit for creating a mixture of herbs, flowers, and water as shampoo, which made hair smell better. Later, surfactant was added to the mix, and it helped actually wash oils from the hair.
Alternatives to Shampoo
Most people today still wash their hair every day, although for some people, daily washing may be too much. Natural oils that are essential to your hair’s health are often stripped away with shampooing too often. Lately, some people have picked up on the “no-poo” movement, using all natural or organic shampoos, a baking soda/water concoction, or switching to dry shampoo. Whatever you decide is best for your hair type and lifestyle, shampoo is an innovation here to stay.