Which sulphates are used in RAUSCH products?

Sulphates have gained a bad reputation for drying out the skin, but not all sulphates are the same – there are actually considerable differences between them. We use sodium laureth sulphate (ex coco) in some of our shampoos. It is a surfactant (cleansing substance) derived from coconut and palm kernel oil, modified to make it lather and cleanse more effectively. It is not a harmful substance. It is actually much more skin-friendly than sodium lauryl sulphate, which is normally used by other companies. Our Sensitive shampoo with heartseed is free from sulphates. It was specially formulated for scalps that are highly sensitive and prone to irritation. It also contains sugar surfactants that are suitable for allergy sufferers.

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