What is the difference between Herbal Mint Shampoo and Blossom Shampoo?
The two shampoos differ by each having a unique fragrance – but there is also a significant difference between their content of natural extracts and properties. With a mild, minty fragrance, Herbal Mint Shampoo contains rosemary, sage and menthol which counteract a dry and irritated scalp. Blossom Shampoo rebuilds and cares for dry and damaged hair with the help of marigold, rosehip and wheat protein and has a discreet fragrance of flowers and berries.
Shampoo with sulphates
Different types of soaps contain sulphates; some can be found in nature while others are produced chemically. There are many opinions on raw ingredients containing sulphates. As well as working as an effective soap and cleanser for the skin, some soaps containing too much sulphate may dry out and irritate the skin. Sulphate is, however, also found naturally and is used as part of the soaps in both the Rudolph Care shampoos.
Neither Herbal Mint Shampoo nor Blossom Shampoo contains the most common sulphates such as Sodium Lauryl Sulphate (SLS) and Sodium Laureth Sulphate (SLES). Instead, they contain a soap called Sodium Coco Sulphate, a sulphate extracted from RSPO certified palm or coconut oil. We have chosen to use a soap containing sulphate in our shampoos in order to ensure that the quality and effectiveness live up to the everyday luxury we love to provide. We also wanted to ensure that the shampoos contained a high level of naturally moisturizing and nourishing ingredients so that your skin is neither irritated nor dried out by the soap.
Sodium Coco Sulphate is biodegradable and approved by the Nordic Swan Ecolabel which certifies all Rudolph Care products. The Nordic Swan Ecolabel is your guarantee for high quality and products that take the environment and your health into consideration to a standard that is higher than that required by legislation. The Nordic Swan Ecolabel is also your guarantee that the product does not contain ingredients on the EU’s list of substances that are suspected of being endocrine disruptors or classified as allergenic.