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FINE THIN HAIR 
Did you know ...
One square inch of skin has 650 sweat glands, 65 hair follicles, 234 feet of nerves, 57 feet of capillaries, 19,000 sensory cells, 94 sebaceous (oil) glands, 1250 pain receptors, 13 cold and 78 heat receptors, plus Langerhans (immune) cells. 

Remember ...

Your skin absorbs chemicals into your bloodstream and tissue.  It is not a barrier to them!

Natural Hair Conditioner for Fine Hair Types
Natural Fine Hair Conditioner

All natural hair care products are ideal for those with chemical sensitivities and anyone who is health-conscious looking for non-toxic, all natural hair product alternatives.

Compare and shop for an all natural hair conditioner for fine hair, or... find out how safe your hair products are with our product ingredient reviews.

Treat yourself right and avoid the toxins! Add body without weighing hair down with a natural conditioner for fine hair!

Many commercial hair conditioner products can contain a variety of toxic and potentially harmful ingredients which may result in eye and skin irritations, allergic reactions and skin rashes ... Some ingredients are even known to cause cancer or other serious health conditions!

PRODUCT COMPARISON :: Natural Conditioner for Fine Hair

Just Natural - Fine Hair Conditioner
This thin hair conditioner builds noticeable thickness for incredibly full hair as it increases the diameter of each hair strand for thicker, healthier looking hair.

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INGREDIENT REVIEW :: Hair Conditioner for Fine Hair ::

Moisturize and protect your hair naturally with a natural organic hair conditioner!

Many commercial conditioners rely on quaternary compounds to produce thicker, tangle-free silky hair. The following compounds: benzalkonium chloride, cetrimonium bromide, quaternium-15, quaternium 18, can be irritating to eyes and skin.

Other ingredients to avoid: synthetic fragrances, carcinogenic coal tar colors (FD&C), propylene glycol (a neurotoxin which can cause dermatitis, liver and kidney damage), cinnamate sunscreens, hormone disrupting paraben preservatives, and polysorbate 80 that may be contaminated with 1,4-dioxane (a carcinogen).

Oils, pomades, daily moisturizers, leave-in conditioners and creams make the hair feel more soft and flexible.  It is especially important to add them to permed or straightened hair which has been stripped of some of its ability to oil itself.  Mineral oil and other petroleum based products can tend to clog pores, are less easily absorbed into the hair and attract dust.

 How Safe Is Your Conditioner?
 Commercial Hair Conditioners - Toxic Ingredient Review

Quite often, manufacturers use the least expensive products available without concerning thoughts about potential health risks to consumers ... This means you and your family!

It doesn't matter who or where you purchase the products from. What's important is to become an informed consumer and know how to spot the lies and read the labels ... We're here to help!

Your skin absorbs up to 60% of the ingredients (including the synthetic and toxic chemicals) found in the personal care products, skin care and cosmetics you use on a daily basis. Absorbing natural and organic ingredients from plant oils and waxes, mineral pigments and essential oils is a smarter and healthier alternative!

Keep it simple and safe with all Natural Hair Conditioners and look and feel fabulous! Choose Organic Conditioner Products, because you ARE worth it!

Natural Organic Hair Conditioner

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