YOUR CHOICE

SEÑORITA
Silicon Free
Hair Shampoo

  • Cleanse

  • Anti dandruff

  • Anti hair loss

  • Scalp Calming

  • Balance scalp PH level

BEST BENEFITS

What benefits you receive?

Benefit one

When hair is properly hydrated and the cuticle (the outer layer) is sealed, light reflects off the hair and gives it shine. Sorry to break it to you, but the shine you get from silicones is a fake shine from the plastic.

Benefit two

The fact that most silicones are hydrophobic means that they are tricky to wash out and build up layer by layer with every use. The result? Your hair becomes weighed down and heavier, while also looking dull, greasy and lifeless.

Benefit three

The additional barrier silicones add to your hair strands keep nutrients from getting into your hair, which will make your hair weaker and more susceptible to breakage.

Benefit four

In addition to build up, silicone can cause rashes, itching, burning and irritation to the hair follicles, which can ultimately lead to hair loss.
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TIPS

Steps to shampoo your hair

1

Wet Your Hair Thoroughly

Most people don't wet their hair thoroughly before applying shampoo. Every strand needs to be soaking wet in order to get a deep clean.

2

Do not apply shampoo directly to your hair

Shampoo shouldn’t sit in a blob on one area of your hair. You’re wasting more shampoo than necessary when you don’t spread it evenly through your strands. Drop a small amount on your palm first and then lather.

3

Wash your scalp

Use your fingertips and not the nails to massage your scalp. If you've ever had a professional shampoo at a salon, you know how much time they spend on your scalp.

4

Rinsing Thoroughly

If you typically whip through the rinse portion of your hair washing process, you may be doing more harm than good. 

WHY YOU NEED TO SWITCH TO OUR SILICONE-FREE SHAMPOO ?

It has happened to all of us: you get out of the shower after using your favorite shampoo, only to realize that it is no longer making your hair look full and shiny, but oily and lifeless. What went wrong?! People often believe this happens as you need to change up your hair care products every once in a while, to avoid your hair getting ‘used to’ your shampoo and conditioner. But is this actually true, or are cheap, chemical ingredients like silicones the culprits?

“WHAT ARE SILICONES AND WHY ARE THEY USED?”

Created in a lab to make dry and damaged hair look healthy, silicones are a cheap ingredient designed to give your hair that silky smooth feel. Forming a layer around the hair shaft, silicones smoothen your hair by filling it up and ‘waterproofing’ each strand. Silicone’s chemical composition make your hair feel untangled and slippery when you wash, which is great for brushing and blow-drying – after all, who needs tangles? However, what most people don’t know, is that in the long-term, silicones have the ability to damage and disrupt your hair.

Dr AJ Tiang

Hair Specialist

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SO WHY DO ‘CONES HAVE SUCH A BAD REPUTATION?

Although silicones create the temporary illusion of healthy hair, they are unnatural ingredients, similar to rubber or plastic, with considerable side effects for your hair and the environment. Here’s just a few reasons why you should be going silicone-free:

  1. 1. THE SHINE IS FAKE

    When hair is properly hydrated and the cuticle (the outer layer) is sealed, light reflects off the hair and gives it shine. Sorry to break it to you, but the shine you get from silicones is a fake shine from the plastic.
  2. 2. A HEAVY HEAD

    The fact that most silicones are hydrophobic means that they are tricky to wash out and build up layer by layer with every use. The result? Your hair becomes weighed down and heavier, while also looking dull, greasy and lifeless.
  3. 3. PREVENT NUTRIENTS FROM PENETRATING HAIR 

    The additional barrier silicones add to your hair strands keep nutrients from getting into your hair, which will make your hair weaker and more susceptible to breakage.
  4. 4. IRRITATION OF THE SCALP

    In addition to build up, silicone can cause rashes, itching, burning and irritation to the hair follicles, which can ultimately lead to hair loss.