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Switching to a gluten-free shampoo and other hair care products is not strictly necessary since you're using these products on your hair as opposed to eating them. But many consumers prefer to eliminate all gluten from their personal care products. People who suffer with eczema may find their skin feels better if they avoid gluten ingredients.

Buying only gluten-free shampoo and other hair care products could save you from accidental exposure, depending on how sensitive you are to trace gluten.

While some may dismiss the risk of gluten in personal care products, a study from Japan reported that over 1,900 people had an allergy to hydrolyzed wheat protein soap, a condition diagnosed as wheat-dependent exercise-induced asthma.

Whether gluten-free shampoos or conditioners are better or worse for your hair is really a matter of personal experience and choice. But if even the tiniest trace of gluten causes you problems, then, without doubt, give the products a try.

Most all of Salon Evolve’s  hair care line is gluten-free, sulfate-free, paraben-free, cruelty-free and vegan. (doesn't test on animals.)

It is important to note that not only does Salon Evolve carry gluten allergy free products, but also products free of Sodium Chloride and all other salts that may damage your hair and shorten the life of your hair treatment.

People with dry or frizzy hair should consider sulfate-free shampoo. Sulfate-free cleansers maintain the natural oils on the scalp and hair, which ultimately leaves your hair with more moisture. It won't dry your hair out as much as a sulfate shampoo would. Since sulfate-free shampoos and conditioners are so gentle, they're less likely to wash away your hair dye.

Shop all evolve products on-line @ or stop by and see us at 196 W. Ridge Pike, Limerick, PA.

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