The ultimate guide to Satthwa’s argan oil shampoo

Best Sulfate Free Shampoo in India

We has recently launched our Argan Oil Shampoo. This is the first shampoo from our brand. While mostly shampoos are primarily used for getting rid of the built up oil and dirt from your hair, a few shampoos are specially formulated to tackle issues such as dryness, damage, dandruff, and hair fall. We has just brought that shampoo to you. Our brand, known for our 100% Natural products, our highly popular premium hair oil and essential oils. If you haven’t tried them yet, then we highly recommend you to!

Why Argan Oil?

There’s a reason why we has chosen Argan Oil as it’s first shampoo’s main and standout ingredient. The shampoo is 100% pure. There are many shampoos available in the market that advertise themselves as natural and contain essential oils. Most popularly, you’ll find natural shampoos with coconut or peppermint or lavender oil, but we chose Argan oil because it’s the most effective in maintaining the health of your hair, from both the inside and the outside.

Argan Oil, extracted from the Argan trees of Morocco, has widely been popular for treating rashes and for skin/hair care. What is great about Argan Oil is that it is rich in Vitamin A, E and C and has high amount of fatty acids. These components increase the blood circulation and cause a boost in the cell formation. As new cells are formed and the dead ones are removed, your hair remains extremely healthy.

Some benefits of Argan Oil for hair

Argan Oil is abundantly rich in Vitamin E, hence helps in moisturising your hair and your scalp.

– It absorbs quickly and does not leave your hair oily.

– It is gently, hence completely safe to use on children.

– It is suitable for any hair type.

Containing a wealth of vitamins and minerals, Argan oil is a great cleanser for your hair. It removes excess oil and dirt, as well as any build up and dandruff.

– It treats hair loss.

– It has anti-inflammatory properties; does not cause any kind of scalp irritation or redness.

The natural Argan oil nutrients help detangle, smooth and reduce tension in rough or frizzy hair making it a favorite of women who struggle with dry and rough hair.

– It’s a natural hair conditioner.

– It has no harmful effects on colour treated hair.

– It is completely organic, natural, devoid of chemicals and hence offers long term benefits.

Presence of vitamin E also helps in hair growth. Vitamin E increases the blood circulation. With an increase in blood circulation, more nutrients reach your scalp thus promoting the faster growth of healthy and string hair.

– It gives your hair a shinier, glowing look.

What makes Satthwa’s Argan Oil Shampoo the perfect package for your hair

While we’ve chosen Argan oil as our main ingredient, the shampoo is a blend of many other natural and organic ingredients. All ingredients are 100% pure and extremely beneficial for your hair. The reason why this shampoo is a must have product in your haircare and will be your hair’s best friend is because of it’s ingredients. So lets break down all the magical ingredients.

– Argan Oil
– Jojoba Oil
– Almond Oil
– Avocado Oil
– Coconut Oil
– Botanical Keratin
– Lauryl Glucoside
– Coco Glucoside
– Decyl Glucoside
– Cocamidopropyl Betaine
– Glycerine
– Aloevera Gel
– Hibiscus Rosa-Sinensis (Hibiscus Oil)
– Azadirachta Indica (Neem Extract)
– Polyquart-10
– Phenoxyethenol
– Caprylyl glycol
– Sodium phytate
– Xanthin Gum
– Aqua and Natural fragrance

All of these ingredients are extremely beneficial for any hair type with no side-effects. If you want to know how they individually benefit our hair, then check out our other blog which gives a deep insight into the ingredients.
How to use

Rinse hair thoroughly. Take a sufficient amount of shampoo and massage into your scalp. A satisfactory amount of lather will be formed. In case, it’s not, then just a little bit more of the shampoo. After massaging, leave it on your hair and scalp for about 2 minutes and then rinse.

Satthwa’s Argan Oil shampoo acts as a natural conditioner too, so there’s no need to apply a separate conditioner.

For best hair results, use Satthwa’s Premium hair oil prior to shampooing. And shampoo at least 3-4 times a week.

Why go for Satthwa

We started with the introduction of the Satthwa Premium Hair Oil, and since then the hair oil has benefited thousands of men & women and the success of which has paved the way to launching other natural beauty products. At Satthwa we believe in “pure to the core” and all our products are made from Grade A pure ingredients without the use of harmful chemicals and parabens. We bring out products which are not just for aesthetics but also poses the ability to make a real difference in our lives.

Our Argan Oil shampoo is a perfect blend of natural oils. A blend that you won’t find in any other natural shampoo. It is completely sulfate/paraben free. Using this shampoo as the basis of your haircare routine will give you the best hair experience. Yes, your hair is going to thank you later!

Pros – Argan Oil Shampoo

– Sulfate free and cruelty-free
– Paraben free
– Thickens and moisturizes hair
– Designed with all-natural, organic ingredients
– Great anti-hair loss shampoo
– Promotes healthy hair growth
– Great for frizzy or course hair
– Nourishes scalp
– Safe for color-treated hair and hair of all types
– Provides relief from itchy, dry or irritated scalp
– Designed for both men and women
– Eco-friendly
– Cost effective product
– Easily available online

Cons – Argan Oil Shampoo

Hair might feel dry in the first few washes, since the action of the shampoo is removing all dirt and sulfates already present in your scalp.

Cost and Availability

The standard 200ml tube costs Rs.499
The product is readily available on online platforms – Flipkart & Amazon

Myths Vs. Facts – Part – One

In continuation of our series Tending to your tresses, The indispensable guide

hair myths busted

Myths, Oil wives’ tales and in more dubious of terms, absolute Hogwash! Are in their obvious tone are quite often very exaggerated and fictitious. We have heard them since we can remember, and many a times they are related to origins of a cultural practice or even a natural phenomenon. Old wives’ tales and myths also work against our better judgement and to comprehend the bizarreness behind them are absolutely senseless.

So quite expectedly there are many that float around this physical dimension with much absurdity. One also hears many regarding our most prized possession, our hair. Mundanely enough, numerous men and woman blindly are following a regime of shampoo, oiling and grooming their hair, which is in fact quite ridiculous and damaging to them. How does one diminish the facts from the Hogwash? Quite simply, by searching for logic behind each of their claims, hence, I have chosen the most common and popular myths to help you see the illogical reasons that repudiate them.

Myth 1: Worrying brings on grey hair
Reality: True

It’s well know that the stress hormone adrenaline does damage the DNA which produces melanin which is the pigment that gives hair it’s colour. High levels of stress hormones in the skin does cause the hair to lose its colour.

Myth 2: Being stressed makes your hair fall out.
Reality: True

Excessive Stress does take a toll on your hair growth. Telogen effluvium is brought on by anxiety, emotional or physiological stress which alters the normal hair cycle growth. Since Hair Follicles go through a periodic “rest” phase, over stress cause the follicles to enter this resting period prematurely making hair fall out within three months from the onset of any stressful event. It’s important to deal with stress immediately and also seek medical advice to rule out any underlying illness related to hormonal imbalances and drug side effects.

Myth 3: Brushing your hair a 100 times daily makes your hair healthier.
Reality: False

An old wives’ tale, that’s been circulating the grapevine since stories of Rapunzel first made its appearance eons ago. Though it might seem very logical, excessive brushing is known to damage your locks and often break healthy strands of hair and scratches the scalp which can cause cuticle damage and make hair look frizzy. Always brush gently as needed using a wide tooth comb and a brush with soft bristles that help detangle the hair and not tug at the strands. Scalp massages are always helpful and very therapeutic.

Myth 4: Trimming your hair makes it grow faster.
Reality: Truth

Although hair growth happens at the scalp, regular trims prevent split ends from forming and stops breakage keeping your hair less dry and prone to damage. Every 4-6 weeks is ideally a perfect time to re-freshen your hair with a mild trim, and if you have hair that’s not dry then every 8-12 weeks would work best for you.

Myth 5: Avoid hair conditioner if you have oily scalp.
Reality: False

Over excessive sebum excretions from the scalp tissues causes greasy hair. For an oily scalp use a clarifying shampoo and always only use moderate amount of conditioner on the tips of your hair.

Myth 6: Blow Drying hair is bad
Reality: True

After washing your hair, around half an hour to an hour is the average time it takes for hair to dry depending on the weather conditions you are exposed to. While hair is wet it swells up and puts pressure on the proteins that keeps your hair intact and healthy. As studies reveal the blow-drying causes more damage to the hair’s surface, air -drying causes damage within the strands. In some situation where it’s imperative to blow-dry, it is advised that you air-dry it until 75% of hair is dry then switch to a low mode heat setting on your dryer and dry the rest of your hair. Using a hair serum during this process does help reduce dryness.

Myth 7: Hair only grows a certain length
Reality: Truth and False

Genetics plays a key role on determining the maximum length your hair can grow, as each follicle has a period of growing and resting. This is categorised by three specific periods, the Anagen period when hair grows, Catagen period when hair stops growing and blood supply is cut off from the root of the hair and from the cells that produce new hair and Telogen period where the follicles are resting eventually hair falls out and the cycle starts again. But with a healthy diet and lifestyle one can control the effects of this natural process and achieve more than their own follicles capacity, as seen when many natural use of products that encourage a healthy growth of hair.

To the wise I say, Well Done! For you are one of the many that didn’t fall prey to gibberish. To the uninformed I say, well now you know! And it’s just with a little wisdom does one learn how to truly protect yourself from uncredited falsified theories.