Natural hair products that look great with natural hair have a lot to offer, from natural pigments to natural oils, according to the Natural Hair Association (NHA), a trade group representing the hair care industry.
Natural hair products with synthetic ingredients can also be found in many beauty and grooming stores, including many natural beauty brands like Paula’s Choice and Revlon.
Natural hair care products that don’t contain synthetic ingredients, however, can also pose problems for health, according a review published in The Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology (JAAD) on July 23, 2017.
“Natural hair product ingredients can include ingredients that can cause irritation, allergy, and sensitization, which could result in health concerns for consumers,” the authors wrote.
Many natural hair product companies have come under fire from consumers in recent years for using synthetic ingredients in their products, including the ingredient of a synthetic shampoo.
For instance, some of the most popular natural hair care brands include Revlon, L’Oreal, and Clinique.
But consumers also have been protesting the inclusion of synthetic ingredients like sodium lauryl sulfate, which is used to condition hair.
In a statement to The Huffington Post, the Natural Beauty Institute said that “natural products made with synthetic products can be more effective and more hygienic, which means they don’t cause allergies, sensitization and irritation to consumers.”
But the association said synthetic ingredients also can be harmful, and are especially harmful for people with certain skin conditions.
As the study notes, people who are allergic to sulfates or have a sensitivity to sulfate can suffer from a rash or skin irritation caused by sulfates.
The association added that these people also tend to use synthetic products in an attempt to control the amount of sulfate they use, which may lead to allergic reactions.
Although many people use synthetic ingredients because of allergies or sensitivity, they are also often used in an effort to make their natural hair look and feel natural, which in turn can cause allergic reactions and dermatitis, according the association.
The association called on companies to stop using synthetic substances.