Curls of the World hair products

Why should you choose 100 percent natural hair products free of silicone, parabens, lauryl sulfate and synthetic preservatives? Here is a quick run down of these non-natural ingredients found in hair products, plus some information about alternatives and how to select natural ingredients.


Silicones are often used in hair care products to add shine and gloss to hair, decrease combing friction and tangling, provide conditioning and act as a humectant. However, silicones only give the appearance of healthier hair by coating it to make it appear sleeker, frizz free and healthier. They are also known to add weight and give fine and fragile hair a heavy feeling.

Silicone hair products are also generally not water soluble, which means that they can build-up in your hair over time. In order to get rid of the build-up that silicone hair products can create, you will have to use a shampoo containing surfactants. If you follow a low or shampoo-free routine, you may want to choose silicone-free hair products.

Read More: What's the Scoop On Silicones?


Parabens are chemicals used as preservatives in many hair products. However, recent studies have shown that parabens are potentially dangerous and a possibly carcinogenic. Parabens have been found to be hormone disrupters, able to mimic estrogen and cause many problems, including breast cancer. Fortunately, many companies are addressing these health concerns by developing and offering paraben-free products at all price points.


Natural preservatives including tea tree oil, grapefruit seed extract and potassium sorbate are more acceptable to many users who object to some of the potentially toxic effects of synthetic preservatives. However, many of these either have regular preservatives in them as a result of their processing or they simply cannot guarantee a healthy, microbe-free product for more than a few weeks or months. This is not necessarily a bad thing, especially for the purveyor of more “natural” products, but it is important to understand the limitations of these materials.

Many products contain harmful chemicals that can be damaging to your hair. Both sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) and sodium laureth sulfate (SLES) are common ingredients in many soaps and shampoos and can be damaging to your scalp and hair.

What to Look for in Natural Hair Products

  • Labelled 100% natural
  • Flowers
  • Nut & Shea butters
  • Coconut oil
  • Aloe vera juice/gel
  • Vegetable glycerin
  • Jojoba extract
  • Extra virgin olive oil
  • Castor seed oil
  • Honey
  • Avocado/avocado Oil
  • Tea tree oil

Curls of the World

If you're looking for truly natural hair products to keep you curls and coils moisturized and healthy, Curls of the World is a good choice. Based on traditional Caribbean hair recipes they learned growing up on the island of Trinidad, the Curls of the World team creates 100 percent natural, nourishing hair care products using flowers, herbs and nut butters from around the world to help nourish, retain and grow long, lovely curls.

You can try a product trio of these all natural hair products thorough our exclusive TOO! offer. Originally valued at $50, the Curls of the World trio is yours for just $39.99 and includes the following products with free shipping:

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@VivienP I use pro naturals too! I love them for not using any of the chemicals mentioned in this article. :D I love natural products, I just can't stop using them and I love experimenting with them, although argan oil has me hooked for now, lol.
Natural products are waaaay better for curly hair. So far I've been using Pro Naturals Moroccan Argan Oil Shampoo and Conditioner on my hair and the results have been really satisfying, my hair looks completely nourished and healthy, plus there are no sulphates, silicones or parabens involved