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  1. Limonene and linalool free shampoo

    Aloe vera plant

    If you’re here, it’s likely you’re looking for a brand that understands that limonene and linalool are known to cause allergic contact dermatitis and with significant rates of contact allergy to these fragrances reported, you’re looking for a brand that excludes them.

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  2. Haircare for eczema or seborrheic dermatitis sufferers

    Haircare for eczema or seborrheic dermatitis sufferers
    Seborrheic eczema, also known as seborrheic dermatitis, is a very common skin condition that causes redness, scaly patches, and dandruff and is commonly found to affect the scalp – moreover it’s a nightmare finding haircare that works and doesn’t irritate the condition.  
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  3. SLS and SLES – What’s the difference?

    SLS free Shampoo - Lather in Hair

    Whether you’re a sensitive soul or a conscious beauty lover, you may already be familiar with ingredients SLS and SLES, but despite how similar they sound, there is a big difference between the two.

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  4. Reduced risk haircare, formulated with asthmatics in mind

    Asthma friendly shampoo and conditioner
    A fragrance free formulation suitable for asthma sufferers, in particular those that report that perfume and fragrances often trigger their symptoms, likely caused by particles in the air that are breathed in and irritate the airways, which can lead to a potentially life-threatening asthma attack.
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  5. How to give your sensitive scalp a smile

    Alleviate a sensitive scalp

    A sensitive scalp can be caused by so many different factors, and like many scalp sensitivities, tenderness is a fairly common complaint. It is linked with several medical conditions that affect lots of people including tension headaches, migraines and autoimmune disorders like psoriasis can all cause the scalp to become inflamed, irritated, and very sore. So, we’ve penned our top tips that can help aid (and avoid) that sore scalp.

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  6. Glycerine, can it alleviate a flaky scalp?

    Glycerine for a flaky scalp
    Flakes from a scaly scalp, they accumulate in your hair and on your shoulders and often get worse during seasonal changes. Pinpointing the exact cause of your flaky scalp can be difficult, but there’s one thing we know here at Olsson Haircare and that is that glycerine can help.
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  7. Could the fragrances in your haircare be causing you irritation?

    Could the fragrances in your haircare be causing you irritation?
    Majority of shampoos sold today include fragrances, designed to delight the senses when in use; from ocean breeze to citrus burst and floral bouquets – the selection is vast. Fragrances that can linger in your tresses for hours post shampoo, but what many don’t realise is that fragrances can often trigger allergies making these products unsuitable for the sensitive souls amongst us.
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  8. Recommended by Allergy UK – ‘Unlikely to Cause a Reaction’

    Salon performance, allergy friendly haircare. Recommended by Allergy UK.

    We did it again, we’re pleased to announce that approval from UK allergy experts, Allergy UK continues. Allergy UK is the leading national charity providing support, advice and information for those living with allergies, so they know a thing or two!

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  9. Your scapular health matters - gently does it!

    Your scapular health
    The ingredients that you typically find even in some of the top branded shampoos and skin products today contain chemical compounds which can trigger allergic reactions and even asthma attacks.
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  10. Discover the perfect Autumn haircare ritual

    Soft curls for Autumn haircare
    Autumn is well underway - as the change of season brings in a new wardrobe full of warmer cosy delights, it's also time to switch up your haircare routine.
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