The Journal of Holisticonline.com

Contact

Hair Care Fayetteville GA

Local resource for Hair Care in Fayetteville. Find addresses and phone numbers of business and services that provide access to Hair Care in Fayetteville, GA.

Fantastic Sam's
(770) 461-4443
840 Glynn Street South Suite 356 Located In Summit Point
Fayetteville, GA
 
N2U Hair Salon
(404) 259-7888
7130 Mt. Zion Blvd
Jonesboro, GA
Products Sold
Affirm, Jane Carter Solutions, Mizani, Keracare, Paul Mitchell, Other
Average Cost
$$

Data Provided By:
Styling by Faith
(770) 907-7322
478 Upper Riverdale Road, SW
Riverdale, GA
Products Sold
Affirm
Average Cost
$$

Data Provided By:
Supercuts
(770) 478-5355
8029 Tara Blvd
Jonesboro, GA
 
Supercuts
(678) 423-0252
1111 Lower Fayeteville Rd
Newnan, GA
 
Fantastic Sam's
(770) 486-6888
1200 Highway 74 South Suite 15 Located In The Wilshire Pavilion
Peachtree City, GA
 
Asyamal Hair Studio
(770) 940-0421
674 Mt. Zion Rd., Ste. A-2
Jonesboro, GA
Products Sold
Affirm, Keracare, Paul-Mitchell, Other
Average Cost
$$

Data Provided By:
Supercuts
(770) 478-4447
11143 Tara Blvd Ste 200
Hampton, GA
 
Fantastic Sam's
(770) 227-5660
1641 North Expressway
Griffin, GA
 
Ethnic Flair Hair
(678) 422-1700
6333B Hwy 42
Rex, GA
Products Sold
Keracare
Average Cost
$$

Data Provided By:
Data Provided By:

Hair Care: Save Your Hair and Your Life. Health and Lifestyle, 1stholistic.com, Holistic Living

By Judith Tovey

Complaints about shampoos are among the most frequent made to the FDA. Reports include eye irritation, scalp irritation, tangled hair, swelling of hands, face and arms, and split and fuzzy hair. (A Consumer's Dictionary of Cosmetic Ingredients, Ruth Winters, MS, Crown Trade Paperbacks, 1994)

Sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS), an ingredient in 90% of commercial shampoos and conditioners, corrodes the hair follicle and impedes hair growth.

A study cited by the Wall Street Journal (November 1, 1988) linked SLS to cataracts and nitrate absorption. The nitrate absorption occurs when the SLS becomes contaminated with NDELA (N-nitrosodiethanolamine) during processing. This contamination comes about as a result of SLS coming into contact with any number of chemicals including triethanolamine (TEA), which is commonly used in shampoos as a detergent. Put simply: SLS + TEA= NDELA (a nitrosamine and a recognized carcinogen.

"It can actually damage the outer layer of the skin, the stratum corneum, causing dryness, roughness, scaliness, fissuring, loss of flexibility and reduction of the barrier functions of normal healthy skin. The lipid dissolving action of some detergents, including SLS cause damage to the moisture retaining ability of the cellular level resulting in water loss and loss of water- binding ability" (Cosmetic Science, C. Prottey, 1978)

Sodium lauryl sulfate, a surface-active agent and a common surfactant used in shampoos, was found to increase the absorption of certain chemicals. Simply put, SLS in your shampoo could be increasing the rate of skin absorption of other chemicals in your shampoo and conditioner which may include preservatives, fragrances and color additives. (Cosmetic and the Skin, F.V. Wells, Reinhold Publishing Corporation, New York, 1964)

SLS has been blamed for many cases of premature hair loss in both men and women. It takes hair longer to grow when it has been affected by SLS. Studies are ongoing in this area. SLS is cheap and available and cost is definitely a factor when manufacturers are deciding on their formulations. The irony is that we as consumers rarely see any of this saving and pay high prices for products that contain the same cheap ingredients as a lower priced product that doesn't have the benefit of a well-known name and a huge advertising budget. There are safer products on the market. There are safer alternatives to SLS but they can cost up to ten times more than SLS. One manufacturer said "I know it's not a good ingredient, but everyone uses it."

Did you know that many companies put formaldehyde in their shampoos? Do you really want to be embalming your hair? Formaldehyde is not only an inexpensive preservative and disinfectant; it's also a suspected cancer-causing toxin. In 1983, researchers from the Division of Cancer Cause and Prevention of the National Cancer Institute recommended that it be further investigated since there is a suspected link to some cancers. It was found to ca...

Click here to read the rest of this article from 1stholistic.com