Beautycounter Shampoo and Conditioner
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The Beautycounter shampoo and conditioner do not contain any endocrine disruptors or carcinogens. The shampoo lathers well and works even in hard water. To compare, Pure Haven shampoo does not seem to work well in hard water, but in soft water, it works very well. Check out the comments of the Savvy Consumer Circle members:
Not all Beautycounter products meet my strict safety criteria because many of them contain phenoxyethanol and synthetic colorants, and most plant extracts and oils are not organic. Here is a list of Beautycounter products that I believe are some of the cleanest among Beautycounter products:
Keep in mind that this is not a complete list. Watch out for phenoxyethanol and synthetic colorants, though.
You are welcome to read my Beautycounter Review blog post for more information.
In addition, both Beautycounter shampoo and conditioner are included in my Shampoo and Conditioner Rating List e-book. In this e-book, you can see almost 100 shampoos and almost 90 conditioners rated for safety based on their ingredients. The Beautycounter shampoo and conditioner are among the safest. Check out my Shampoo and Conditioner Rating List e-book to see what other brands are rated and to make sure you do not use or buy a product with potentially harmful ingredients.