Premium Sulfate Free Shampoo and Conditioner by LuxeOrganix Proven Effective As Dandruff Treatment

LuxeOrganix’s premium sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner proven to be effective for dealing with dandruff and other hair problems as well.

March 15, 2019 —

Mesa, AZ: LuxeOrganix, the beauty brand specializing in organic and natural products, has recently highlighted the impact that their premium sulfate free shampoo and conditioner has on dandruff issues. Made with a combination of exotic ingredients such as Moroccan argan oil, this product effectively washes the hair without having a drying effect on one’s scalp.

According to Christine Kominiak, the Co-Founder of LuxeOrganix, “We are a company that is dedicated to helping women by creating products that do not contain any harmful ingredients such as sulfates, sodium chloride and parabens. In fact, we go a step further by sourcing rare, high quality ingredients, all in the hopes of helping our customers achieve healthier and beautiful looking hair and skin. While this shampoo and conditioner set has been created for women with frizzy hair problems, we are glad to see its impact on scalp health, such as everyday concerns like dandruff.”

Dandruff is a skin disorder that affects 50 percent of the world population and is linked with the proliferation of lipophilic yeasts of the genus Malassezia. According to the American Osteopathic College of Dermatology, dandruff is the shedding of excessive amounts of dead skin flakes from the scalp. There also may be a bit of itching, but typically no redness or scabbing. Many commercial shampoos contain chemicals that are harmful, and dandruff shampoos can be even worse, as they typically strip the hair and scalp of everything, including the good necessary oils to keep the skin on the scalp balanced, thus creating a negative cyclical issue of recurring dandruff. And within shampoos and hair products, products containing parabens, sodium chloride and sodium lauryl sulfate are especially counterproductive to people with dandruff.

This sulfate free shampoo and conditioner for colored hair is enriched with Moroccan oil, an oil from argan trees that acts as a nourishing moisturizer and can be used to fight both dandruff and dry scalp as it is extraordinarily high in vitamin E and antioxidants. The essential fatty acids in the oil are also believed to help reduce skin inflammation and prevent dryness.

This product has been receiving rave reviews on Amazon for four years in a row, with one happy buyer stating:

“I searched for a shampoo & conditioner with no mineral oil or glycerin, wax, alcohols, sulfates, parabens,or phthalates and this is the only one I could find that checks all those boxes. I have tried all natural, sulfate-free hair products before and definitely noticed the residue and drying effect, so I was skeptical about this one. But their website is so thorough with instructions on how to wash for the best results that I decided to give it a try. This product does exactly what it says and the instructions on how to use it and what to expect for first-time users is spot on. The shampoo gives me the cleanest feel of any shampoo I’ve ever used. My dandruff issue has improved. My hair looks sleek and shiny and feels incredibly soft when dry. I used to wash my hair every 4-5 days or risk drying it out, but now I can wash it more frequently and see healthy hair each time.”

To learn more about LuxeOrganix and its range of products, visit their official website here – http://luxeorganix.com

 

Contact Info:
Name: Christine Kominiak
Email: christine@mckinvestmentllc.com
Phone: (480) 426-9103
Organization: LuxeOrganix

Release ID: 492854

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