Let’s face it, everyone loves a good lather! We have come to associate the effectiveness of our cleaning products with the amount of lather generated while being used. Did you know most soap and shampoos lather is artificially created because of customer demand, not because it is needed for cleaning? It’s very inexpensive to put chemicals into soaps and shampoos to make them lather unnecessarily, and the result is that we end up smearing more toxins onto our bodies than is healthy.


On a psychological level, people like to see something happening, but all you’re seeing is soap and shampoo molecules trapping air in spherical pockets. Trapped air in pockets doesn’t clean. The soap molecules in the water are what’s cleaning. Regardless, many shampoo and soap manufacturers add chemicals specifically to create bubbles throughout washing, just to satisfy people while they wash their hair or body. The only thing a bubble shows is how attracted the soap and shampoo molecule is to water, and not how attracted it is to dirt.



Factors That Can Impact The Size Of Bubbles

  • Hard water vs. Soft water

Hard water reduces the effectiveness of cleaning agents (soap)


  • Temperature

Bubbles don’t form easily in cold water


Hair & Skin Protection Tips


  • Avoid hair & skin products with the following ingredients:

Ammonium lauryl sulfate

Diethanolamine (DEA)

Triethanolamine (TEA)

Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS)

Sodium Chloride

Polyethelyne Glycol

Propylene Glycol




Synthetic Fragrance or Parfum

Synthetic Colors



Mineral Oil


The good news is that OrganiGrowHairCo takes exceptional pride in specifically formulating our products and finding alternatives in ensuring that we produce 100% organic, vegan, and chemical-free hair/skin care! Please always remember, the amount of suds you see on your skin or in your hair has nothing to do with how well the cleanser is. Don’t become a victim to excessive suds!