Coconut oil has numerous benefits as an ingredient in beauty products. However, for some time now, coconut oil has been labelled as highly comedogenic, meaning it clogs your pores. So, does coconut oil give you spots? Let us explain…
Itching, redness, irritation: allergies to cosmetics are more common than we think. But are these really signs of an allergy, or just irritation caused by a particular ingredient? We’ll explain the difference and how to avoid them!
Not only is avocado oil great to incorporate into your diet, but it is also full of numerous benefits for the hair thanks to its richness in antioxidant vitamin E and essential fatty acids. It stimulates hair growth, gives your hair flexibility, and shine. We advise you to use 100% pure, organic, and cold-pressed avocado oil.
Avocado oil is full of benefits to your health, skin, and your hair. And if you’d prefer to avoid all of the artificial additives and preservatives that you’d find in shop-bought avocado oil, you can make your own avocado oil at home. Here’s the recipe!
You often ask us about it: when is oOlution going to release an amazing natural shampoo? It’s true that shampoo is the basic beauty product that is missing from our website. And for a good reason: we refuse to lower our standards for you! It’s out of the question for us to formulate products that aren’t 100% natural, beneficial to your hair, health, and the environment. This ideal shampoo, a truly natural shampoo, doesn’t actually exist. Let us explain.
So you’ve been persuaded: organic shampooing is the right move. For your hair, health, and the environment. Whether in solid or liquid format, you’ll be avoiding silicones, synthetic fragrances, and aggressive sulfate surfactants. A good start! But is it just a start? Unfortunately yes, have another look at the label. There’s a big chance you’ll find sodium cocoyl isethionate: SCI is a really common surfactant, used frequently in organic shampoos. But, unfortunately, it’s not so good for the planet…
Since their invention in the 1930s, silicones have invaded our daily lives – cake tins, bathroom fixtures, breast implants, menstrual cups, non-stick mats… and cosmetics. They’re extremely widely used. They’re an essential component of shampoos and creams, but aren’t so good for our skin and hair. What’s the problem with them?