Shampoo and Conditioner Sulfate Free Formula Relaunched on Amazon

Perfect Hair has relaunched its shampoo and conditioner sulfate free formula on Amazon. The combo promotes fuller, thicker hair growth while moisturizing and protecting healthy hair.

Irwindale, CA, United States - October 10, 2019 —

Perfect Hair is excited to relaunch its shampoo and conditioner sulfate free formula for natural hair on Amazon. The cruelty-free haircare set comes with one bottle of shampoo and one bottle of conditioner; both are sized at 400ml/13.5oz each. The bottle has a pump for easy retrieval of the contents.

More information about the popular hair company’s products can be found at

A spokesperson form Perfect hair says, “Our Focus Shampoo and Conditioner are expertly developed with natural ingredients long associated with hair growth. Ginseng root extract stimulates the scalp and promotes longer cell life, while biotin, also known as vitamin B7, works with your body’s unique chemistry to encourage rapid hair growth. We believe that nature holds the solution to the problem of weak and thinning hair. Our Focus Shampoo and Conditioner hair-care products are made with the finest natural ingredients renowned for their nourishing and thickening properties.”

According to the company, Perfect Hair’s shampoo sulfate free formula gives hair an intensive moisturizing treatment while deeply cleansing and renewing the hair cells’ structure, promoting healthy hair growth and preventing breakage.

“Our shampoo and conditioner formula uses only a powerful blend of fractionated coconut oil, argan oil, jojoba oil, hemp seed oil, algae extract, keratin, biotin, vitamin A, vitamin C and ginseng root extract,” the spokesperson from Perfect Hair adds. “It is formulated to revive dry and damaged hair.

“My hair feels so clean. I struggled with new hair products because it feels greasy after the first few washes–not this, been using for almost two months, and can see a noticeable difference. Get a lot of compliments on hair and have recommended to three different people and they all love it. I don’t use coconut oil every time.”

Anyone interested in finding out more information about the shampoo and conditioner sulfate free formula from Perfect Hair can visit the company’s website or Amazon storefront.





About Us: Perfect Hair is a manufacturer of hair products made from natural and non-toxic ingredients. The company relies on knowledge gained through science to create shampoos, conditioners and leave-in treatments for healthy, shiny hair.

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Organization: Perfect Hair
Address: 5027 Irwindale Ave, Ste 300,, Irwindale, CA, 91706, United States
Phone: 877 737 4247

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