Loma Hair Products Review | Sustainable Hair Care May 30, 2018
My scalp is sensitive, so I was nervous to try Loma hair products. Product buildable and harsh ingredients cause severe scalp irritation. In today’s post I share my Loma hair products review.
After a long period of keeping inflammation at bay, I attempted to try new haircare brands. Although brands like LUSH and Sexy Hair caused no irritation, I still struggle to find products that work for my scalp. Did these Loma products work for my sensitive scalp? Keep reading to find out!
Why did I purchase Loma Hair Products?
After a hair appointment earlier this year, I decided to try a brand sold at my local salon. My hair stylists stock the salon shelves with products that promise to cleanse the hair and scalp without stripping it or causing irritation.
However, over the years, two brands sold at my salon still contributed to major scalp flair ups. Nevertheless, I decided to try one more brand, Loma.
What does Loma stand for?
As a brand, I love that Loma stands for natural, sustainable beauty. Moreover, I appreciate that the brand’s products are free of Parabens, Gluten, Sulfate, and Sodium Chloride.
Where are Loma Hair Products Sold?
Outside of hair salons, Loma sells on the brand’s website. Additionally, Loma hair products sell on Amazon, Pandora Beauty, Beauty Care Products, and Walmart.
Is Loma Hair Care Cruelty-Free?
Loma Hair Care is 100% Cruelty Free. None of the brand’s products are tested on animals.
Also, Loma is Vegan-friendly. This means that only a portion of the products are 100% Vegan. A small portion of Loma Hair products contain beeswax.
Loma Hair Products I Tried
Per my hair stylist’s recommendation, I tried the Daily Shampoo and the Daily Conditioner.* Both products are formulated for fine to normal hair. Both products contains great ingredients such as Aloe Vera Gel and Jojoba Oil. Also, both products have a fresh, citrus smell.
Editior’s note 1/21/19: the products have been repackaged since I originally tried this shampoo and conditioner duo.
How Did the Loma Hair Products Work Out?
Despite my love of the brand’s stance on natural beauty and the use of natural ingredients, I my experience with these products was not the best.
The Daily Shampoo irritated my ultra-sensitive scalp. In the past, aloe-based hair products caused similar irritations. Therefore, it is likely that my scalp is sensitive to aloe in hair products.
For example, I tried products from the natural hair care brand, Euforia. The products I tried were specifically from Euforia’s Aloetherapy line. Unfortunately, the products I tried caused my scalp to itch uncontrollably.
Even though Loma’s shampoo did not work for me, I loved the conditioner so much that I’d consider repurchasing it. The lightweight, gel-like formula effective brought hydration back to my dry ends.
Final Thoughts on the Loma Hair Products
Although I cannot recommend Loma shampoo for scalps as sensitive mine, I still love what the brand represents. I recommend checking Loma hair products if you are interested in natural beauty products. Also, these products may work for people who do not experience irruption from aloe-based products.
I am keen to try the Loma Clarifying Shampoo and Conditioner. Typically clarifying hair products are great for anyone with a sensitive scalps like mine.
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Did you enjoy my Loma hair products review? Check out my review of indie skincare brand, Bare & Free Beauty.
Are you a fan of indie beauty brands? Read my review of the Juvia’s Place Nubian Palette or Juvia’s Place Warrior Palette.
Do you have a sensitive scalp? Could dry shampoo be causing scalp issues? Head over to my post on the damaging effects of dry shampoo.
Have you tried any Loma Hair products before? What are your favorite haircare brands for sensitive scalps? Please let me know in the comments below.
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