I was taking a shower at my mom’s house after yoga one night, and I noticed that she had a new bottle of shampoo.
It’s called “Gugo Shampoo,” and it’s rather popular here in the Philippines.
I said to myself, “Hey, I know this. People talk about this.” So while the warm water flowed down my skin, I squeezed the bottle and lathered up my hair.
After washing my hair, I decided (belatedly) to read the ingredients. To my surprise, this so-called healthy, organic product contains Sodium lauryl sulfate, a known skin and eye irritant.
I stuck with my vegan, GMO-free shampoo after that. I also made it a point to read the ingredients before buying or using them.
Aside from Sodium lauryl sulfate, what other ingredients should you watch out for?
These 4 toxic gunks.