What is co-washing?

The way we wash our hair is changing

 
Co-washing is the abbreviation of ‘conditioner washing.’ Women are skipping the shampoo stage and are using conditioner or co-wash to instead to clean their hair whilst maintaining moisture levels. Shampoo has a tendency to strip the hair and dry it out and co-washing seems to be the answer. Hair brands have listened and the hair care market is full of co-wash products. We’ve listed some of the most popular ones below.
 
1. Palmers Coconut Oil Co-Wash Cleansing Conditioner, Superdrug – £5.99
This No Lather Shampoo alternative, gently cleanses and safely protects hair without stripping away moisture.

 
2. Aveda Be Curly Co-Wash, Aveda – £21
This sulfate-free, low-lather conditioning wash with certified organic babassu oil. It gently cleanses your scalp, moisturizes curls for up to 3 days and reduces frizz, leaving curls soft and defined.

 
3. My DNA Hydrating Co-Wash, British Curlies – £6.95
This co-wash removes excess oils, sebum and environmental impurities from the scalp without stripping the hair of its natural oils and moisture. Its formula is loaded with natural ingredients such as Monoi de Tahiti, aloe vera juice, tamanu seed oil, jojoba seed oil, rosemary, coconut oil and keratin.

 
4. Briogeo Be Gentle, Be Kind Avocado & Quinoa Co-Wash, Look Fantastic – £24.35
The non-foaming liquid gently removes the build-up of dirt and impurities and increases the manageability of thick, coarse, dry and colour-treated hair.

 
5. Shea Moisture Coconut & Hibiscus Co-wash, British Curlies – £13.99
This detergent-free conditioning cleanser removes impurities without stripping hair of natural oils. The lightweight formula softens hair and controls frizz leaving hair vibrant and bouncy.

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