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Mrinalini Sachan
Drunk Elephant Skin Care Ingredients For The Scalp & Hair Meet the 4-step regimen for stronger, shinier, and smoother hair

For the past few years, the general interest in skincare has been booming. With increased ingredient awareness, the average consumers are hunting for well-formulated skin care products.

We are now reading labels and choosing only the best ingredients for our skin!

Thanks to our zest for self-care, skincare brands have upped their game as well and have brought out innovative formulations.

What started with a surge in high performance facial skincare products has now bloomed to ingenious hair and body care products.

Gone are the days of a simple body lotion or a one-and-done shampoo + conditioner; the aisles now display scientifically formulated, hair and body care products with high quality active ingredients.

After all, your face is not the only worthy candidate for serums and treatments!

Are you guilty of focusing all your attention on facial skincare?

Here is everything you need to know about the latest hair and body products to level up your self-care for the new year.


What Are “Biocompatible” Products

Drunk Elephant is a familiar name for most skincare enthusiasts. Settling the debate of natural vs. synthetic ingredients once and for all, this brand believes in the concept of “biocompatible” products.

What this means is that Drunk Elephant focuses solely on ingredients that benefit the skin directly.

Their no-nonsense skincare philosophy has birthed products that are an amalgamation of natural and lab-derived ingredients, targeting healthy skin at the core.

Moreover, the brand steers clear of potentially problematic ingredients like essential oils, chemical sunscreens, fragrances, dyes, silicones, drying alcohols, and SLS.

Hence, Drunk Elephant is a brand that you can rely on for ingredient-centric, safe, and effective skincare products. Plus, it is a cruelty-free brand, which is great for our furry friends!

The Spotlight Shifts To Hair And Body Care Products

Once we discovered what wonders active ingredients and clean formulations do to our skin, it was only a matter of time that these ingredients made their way to hair and body products.

After all, why should we deprive our body, scalp, and hair of these beautifying ingredients?

Top skincare brands like Drunk Elephant have shifted their research focus to these categories, apart from facial skincare.

Being the pioneer of the latter already, it makes sense for Drunk Elephant to come out with the best ingredient-centric body and hair care products too.

Expectedly, the brand has launched several products in this category that further expand its philosophy of efficacious and clean head to toe self-care.


New Hair Care From Drunk Elephant For Shiny, Stronger Hair

While all the new launches from Drunk Elephant are quite appealing, the following products stand out the most –

1.  Drunk Elephant Cocomino™ Glossing Shampoo – A gentle shampoo that promises to minimize water loss and strengthen each hair strand while it cleanses. This shampoo contains a unique blend of coconut-derived surfactants and nourishing amino acids. While the coconut complex cleans the hair without stripping it dry, the amino acids reverse and prevent hair damage. The shampoo also contains Sacha Inchi Seed Oil for shine and heat protection, along with Panthenol to soften and hydrate the hair. This product goes way beyond cleansing and is a luscious therapy for your tresses.

2.  Drunk Elephant Cocomino™ Marula Cream Conditioner – To complement the Glossing Shampoo, we have the Marula Cream Conditioner. This creamy treat for the hair contains Marula butter and nourishing plant oils that soften and smoothen the hair without weighing it down. The nutrient-rich coconut-amino acid complex further nourishes the hair to restore its strength and gloss. Plus, this conditioner has a scalp-friendly pH of 3.6, ensuring that your hair is healthy from the root to the tips!

3.  Drunk Elephant T.L.C. Happi Scalp™ Scrub – Scalp exfoliation was unheard of a few years ago, but it is trending now for all the right reasons. It is the best way to remove dandruff, product build-up, and excess oil from your scalp, just as you would from your face. The Drunk Elephant T.L.C Happi Scalp Scrub offers effective scalp exfoliation with a blend of chemical and physical exfoliants. It contains AHAs and BHAs along with biodegradable plant cellulose beads that keep the scalp flake-free. Plus, it has vitamin-rich plant oils and amino acids to boost scalp health for strong hair.

4.  Drunk Elephant Wild Marula™ Tangle Spray – This post-wash treatment is a multi-tasker in a spray bottle. It is a potent blend of amino acids, Sacha Inchi, Marula, and Argan oils that condition and detangle the hair. Further, this hair spray offers heat protection and makes the hair stronger, smoother, and softer. Just spritz this product generously on your damp hair strands before heat styling or drying. You will end up with a glossy and more manageable hair day after day!

Treat Your Hair And Body Like Your Face

Just like our face, our entire body bears the brunt of aging, stress, and pollution and deserves some TLC.

We are all guilty of neglecting our body and scalp while we slather products on our faces.

But with these potent new product launches by skin care brands, you can get more from your daily shower.

References

1.  https://www.drunkelephant.com/pages/philosophy

2.  https://www.webmd.com/beauty/what-to-know-cocamidopropyl-betaine#1

3.  https://www.jaad.org/article/S0190-9622(04)03234-7/fulltext#relatedArticles

4.  https://www.healthline.com/health/beauty-skin-care/exfoliation-for-scalp#takeaway


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Healthy is beautiful and beauty should never cost us our health. Let's face the truth: women are the beauty industry's most important customers but we're not getting the VIP treatment we deserve. Research shows that toxic chemicals present in many skincare products can interfere with our hormonal health. With the lack of regulation in the beauty industry it's up to us to call out these toxic chemicals in personal care products to keep these brands on their toes. So as women together we're taking a stand for fertility' sake.

meet our team

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Rebecca Byrne is a licensed master cosmetologist from Atlanta, Georgia who enjoys teaching others about natural beauty and cosmetology. She has worked in several areas of the beauty industry since 2012 and specializes aesthetics: the art of looking beautiful.

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Stephanie Ivonne is a former licensed Esthetician turned freelance beauty and wellness educator. As a mom to two teenage boys, in her free time she spends living a healthy and happy lifestyle participating in yoga, 10ks and regularly practices meditation and self.

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Mrinalini is a skincare enthusiast who loves to try new products to share her honest views. Her skincare journey started years ago when she began researching different ingredients and practical daily tips proven to help clear acne and hyperpigmentation.

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Lover of all things Kbeauty, Michelle believes that beauty is health. With news of her first pregnancy, she began learning about natural skincare and finding new products that fit her standards.

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