SoapBox Hair Product Review Soap=Hope
I was given by Influenster the opportunity to review complimentary for my unbiased and honest review the Soapbox hair products. Soapbox hair products is Soap=Hope for every hair product purchase donates one month of clean water. According to water.org 1out 9 people lack safe water and every min a child dies of a water related disease, that for me is very alarming. The site also says 750 million people around the world are at shortage of access to safe water, so its very important people have access to safe clean water I would think.
Soapbox shampoo and conditioners are sulfate - paraben-free made with super moisturizing and natural oils packaging is also nice great vibrant colors and easy plastic cap that open and closes easy.Soapbox comes in four scents
I received the Acai which is a tiny purple berry potent with antioxidants proteins omega,3-6 and 9 and vitamins A,B,C, and E .This hair product left my hair moisturized manageable and vivacious.The scent is absolutely relaxing when I was washing and conditioning.Left no residue behind when the hair dried just loved it.I love that it doesn't have any sulfate which cause hair loss and in many cases blindless its harsh on the skin and toxic.Paraben has also been found to increase estrogen which causes breast cancer and also makes the hair dull and brittle.So I am happy these two chemicals are not in this hair products. So this product has allot of positive things encouraging me continue using it after looking up the information and the benefits each bottle it gives back to my hair, body and clean water to people who lack access to clean safe water.
where I got my facts about clean safe water
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