Pure Haven Shampoos and Conditioners
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All Pure Haven shampoos and conditioners contain some of the safest ingredients. For lather, Pure Haven uses the mildest and safest surfactants, glucosides. Further, Pure Haven shampoos and conditioners contain beneficial organic plant extracts and oils and no quats. For more information, read below.
All Pure Haven shampoos and conditioners, including those for babies and kids, contain some of the safest ingredients. For surfactants (aka ingredients that produce lather), Pure Haven uses the mildest and safest surfactants – glucosides. Their preservatives are ECOCERT/COSMOS compliant, a European standard for organic and natural products. Also, Pure Haven does not use any quaternary ammonium compounds. Further, they contain beneficial and nutrient organic plant extracts and oils.
In addition, it is good to know that Pure Haven manufactures all their products in their own certified organic facility with full control over all processes from their incoming water to machine cleaning. They require 3rd party testing for heavy metals, PFAS, benzene, etc.
I have used both Sweet Orange and Supergreens shampoo and conditioners and prefer Supergreens a little better as it gives my hair more volume. This is very important to me because I have had several episodes of hair loss. And now I see new growth!
I like their shampoos and conditioners because 1. They have a mild scent, which is what I prefer. 2. They don’t irritate my sensitive scalp and make it feel calm. 3. They make my hair healthy, shiny, and voluminous.
This is what recent users of Pure Haven Supergreens shampoo and conditioner said:
In addition to these shampoos and conditioners, Pure Haven makes baby and kids’ shampoos and conditioners safe. Please know that I consider all Pure Haven products safe, and they value my advice on product ingredients and formulations.