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G Magazine

Love your locks with these sulphate- and paraben-free, full-of-natural-goodness shampoos.

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1. Tea tree, lime and lavender oils provide a gentle clean great for frequent washers. Thursday Plantation Tea Tree Shampoo, $10.50 (200 ml), www.thursdayplantation.com

2. Packed with natural ingredients, beta-carotene from carrots keeps your locks healthy and hydrated. Yes
to Carrots Nourishing Shampoo, $12.95 (500 ml), www.yestocarrots.com

3. A soap-free natural clean that leaves hair with its natural protective oils. Gaia Made For Men Shampoo,
$11.95 (150 g), www.gaiaskinnaturals.com

4. Contains 75 per cent certified organic ingredients for a healthy herbal clean. Mukti Botanique Shampoo, $27.95 (300 ml), www.muktiorganics.com.au

5. Native mint gives a stimulating and scalp-nourishing cleanse with plenty of moisture from the Aussie outback cehami plant. Endota Spa Organic Shamperfect, $23 (170 ml), www.endota.com.au

6. A natural cleansing blend of henna, shikakai and brahmi that helps keep hair thick and strong. Omveda Ayurvedic Henna Shampoo, $31.90 (150 ml), www.omveda.com.au

7. A gentle organic and fair trade cleanser for both skin and hair. Dr Bronner’s Magic Shikakai Soap Tea Tree,
$12.95 (356 ml), www.drbronner.com.au

8. Natural, renewable ingredients from a stylist to the stars, with ten per cent of profits going to WildAid, the wildlife conservation organisation. David Babaii for Wildaid Hydrating Shampoo, $22.95 (400 ml), www.db4wildaid.com.au