Nothin' But NatureTM Shampoo is known
as much for what it doesn't have in it as what it does have.
But, you are not giving up anything to go all natural. We assure you that you will not find a better all natural shampoo anywhere, at any price. Nothin' But Nature is a natural plant-based shampoo that is pH balanced and completely non-irritating. It cleans without stripping and it moisturizes. Our shampoo is
fortified with proteins and amino acids to help decrease split ends.
Our Nothin' But Nature shampoo is naturally thick and rich
and loaded with nutrients to help strengthen, thicken, encourage growth
and reduce breakage. Aloe juice adds extra moisture and softness to
- No TEAs
- Naturally scented with Peppermint Essential Oil
- Paraben free
- No MEAs
- No Sulfates (Sodium Lauryl, Sodium Laureth or Ammonium
- No Synthetic thickeners
- No Clarifying Agents
- No Animal Products
- No Animal Testing
- 78% Organic
- Organic Lavender & Chamomile Water
- Jojoba and Rosehip Oils
- Natural Wheat Proteins and Amino Acids
- Pro Vitamin B5
- Aloe Juice
Our completely natural
shampoo moisturizes and cleans. But, the shampoo doesn’t
separate or have to be refrigerated. Our shampoo is pH balanced and
completely non-irritating leaving your hair healthy, clean and
pH balanced to 5.5
Organic Aloe Juice, Organic Lavender Distillate, Roman Chamomile Distillate, Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Disodium Laureth Sulfosuccinate, Kosher Vegetable Glycerin, Phenoxyethanol, Hydrolyzed Wheat Proteins, Pro-Vitamin B5, Rosehip Seed Oil, Jojoba Oil, Vitamin E, Tetrasodium EDTA, Peppermint Essential Oil, Tea Tree Essential Oil, Citric Acid
By Nikki from Oklahoma City, OK on November 20, 2011
Hello! I stumbled across your website researching hair product ingredients. I can't explain how wonderful it feels to find such a wealth of information and products for my natural hair ( I big chopped almost 3 months ago). Anyway, my question is about the Treasured Locks Shampoo w/ Peppermint and Tea Tree oil. I read the Ingredients tab and saw that Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate is listed. At the same time, the description says there is no Sodium Lauryl Sulfate. I have learned that Sodium Lauryl Sulfate is drying to the hair and I have had much success with my Sulfate-Free shampoo. What is the difference between the two ingredients?
By Treasured Locks Staff on November 21, 2011
Answer:Without getting too complicated, the answer to your question is that while the product ingredient names sound similar, they are different surfactants (ingredients that help break up dirt and make shampoos work). Sodium Laurel sulfate, in particular, and sulfates in general, have gotten a bad rap from some in the industry. Some sulfates are milder than others. The surfactant in our shampoo is not a sulfate.
We have written an article on sodium laurel sulfate and our opinion of it. Many manufacturers are offering sulfate free shampoos to appeal to customers who are looking for sulfate free alternatives.
By jane from new york on January 30, 2012
do you need use a conditioner with this shampoo
By Treasured Locks Staff on February 7, 2012
Answer:It is not required to use a conditioner. But, we suggest the use of a conditioner with any shampoo. Conditioners help to smooth the hair making it appear more shiny and reducing breakage. This is especially important for African-American hair.
By Jessica from Michigan on April 7, 2012
Hi there! I'm caucasian with super fine (but really thick) hair with an oily scalp. Would this shampoo be to heavy for me and if so are there any of yours that you'd recommend instead? Thank you! I prefer silicone free because it really weighs my hair down.
By Treasured Locks Staff on April 9, 2012
Answer:We think this shampoo would be great for you.