About our ingredients
ECO GELS ARE ALWAYS
PARABEN FREE • SULFATE FREE • CRUELTY FREE • VEGAN SAFE FOR ALL HAIR TYPES • MADE WITH LOVE IN THE USA
Your wellness and safety are of the utmost importance to us. We use the most effective ingredients possible to provide safe, healthy and affordable products that deliver results. Our hair gels are always paraben free, sulfate free, cruelty free, vegan, and safe for all hair types.
PURE & SIMPLE
Below, you will find a list of ingredients and a brief explanation of their benefits. If you have any further questions please email us at email@example.com.
CARMOMER - This non-toxic emulsifier helps to increase thickness and consistency of good hair gel.
TEA (Triethanolamine)* - an alkaline substance used as a PH adjuster. It is an organic compound that is FDA approved. We use the lowest produced dose of TEA (Lower concentration version) and of that less than 1% goes into our hair gel. That tiny percentage is essential for ensuring smooth application and consistent PH levels.
Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein- Hydrates and improves moisture content of hair. NON-ANIMAL derived source. Provides amino acids to skin, hair and scalp.
PVP - Water soluble binding agent. FDA approved for use as clarifying agent in beer & wine as well.
Glycerin - Vegetable based compound containing many good lipids that soften hair.
Sodium Hydroxymethylglycinate - Derived from a naturally occurring amino acid this acts as a great hair conditioner and provides a natural alternative to parabens.
Polysorbate 20 - This is a solubilizer for fragrance that also adds soothing effects on the skin. Derived from fruits and berries.
Tetrasodium EDTA – This water soluble ingredient is used to help neutralize ions and prevent microbial growth. Derived from glycerin, this is commonly used in food items as well.
*TEA can indeed contain nitrosamines which are known to be carcinogenic. However, cosmetic grade TEA from Dow Chemical Co. has previously been analyzed independently and there was no detectable nitrosamine across several batches (J Soc Cosmet Chem, pp 237-252, 1980). The word 'detectable' is important because the instruments used can find nitrosamines if there is even one nanogram (1 billionth of a gram) present......yes really that little! Therefore if this type of cosmetic grade TEA is used for the gel, it will have no detectable amounts of nitrosamine.