Did you know that the really foamy lather produced by your shampoo is due to sulfates within the ingredients of the Shampoo and could actually be damaging your hair and scalp?Okay so what are Sulfates and why does this matter?

Well firstly whilst sulfates help to clean hair they also strip hair of its natural oils and can make your hair dry. The more you lather the ends the more likely they are to become brittle and break.  On top of this sulfates can cause dandruff and damage your scalp, causing irritation and if you don’t rinse the shampoo properly the sulfates can build up and make your hair oily.

You normally find sulfates in cleaning home cleaning products and the most prominent sulfates in many shampoos are Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS), the most popular and strongest, and Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES). Other sulfates that may be used are Sodium Myreth Sulfate, TEA Laureth Sulfate, and Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate. 

So many health experts recommend switching to a non-sulfate shampoo range. It may take a few washes to adapt to the feel of the lower lather but knowing you are really looking after your hair and not damaging it make up for a few less bubbles!  

At Rossano Ferretti, we have created an amazing range of products, which were conceived and developed by the famous International hairdresser, Rossano Ferretti himself. 

All of which are produced in Italy and combine the best natural ingredients, with the latest ‘bio-technology’ and are totally sulfate-free and “Proudly Low Foam”.  This means that you can expect less bubbles and a lighter lather but thanks to the amazing technology you can get a gentle approach to cleaning the hair, that ensures the hair is clean but without that harsh chemical “hair squeak.”

It won’t take long until you can feel an amazing difference in the quality of your hair.

So we say “Down with Lather and harsh Chemicals” and let’s all be “Proudly Low Foam”

This is why many beauty experts and top retailers and magazines are now recommending the Rossano Ferretti Parma hair care range.