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Choosing paraben-free cleansing products

Did you know that nearly 75% of cosmetic products on the market contain parabens? These preservatives are ubiquitous, but do we really understand what "paraben-free" means and why more and more consumers are turning away from them? In this article, we will explore what parabens really are, why they are often avoided, and the benefits of paraben-free products.

What is paraben?

Definition of parabens

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Parabens are preservatives used in many cosmetic and personal care products to prevent the growth of bacteria and mold. They are esters of para-hydroxybenzoic acid.

Why avoid parabens?

Studies on parabens have shown that they can disrupt the body's hormones, which has raised concerns about their safety. Although research is not definitive, many people choose to avoid parabens as a precaution.

Benefits of paraben-free hygiene products

Better hair and skin health

Paraben-free products, such as shampoos, shower gels, and hand soaps, nourish and protect the skin and the hair, thus promoting their health.

Environmental respect

Paraben-free shampoos, shower gels, and soaps use biodegradable ingredients, reducing environmental impact and promoting sustainability.

Skin sensitivity

Paraben-free hygiene products are formulated to be gentle, reducing the risk of irritation and allergies, ideal for daily use.

Benefits of paraben-free shampoos

Paraben-free shampoos are often enriched with natural ingredients that nourish the hair and scalp without harming them, thus promoting better hair health.

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less is more's paraben-free care

What is the composition of less is more hygiene products?

We combine the best of nature to provide exceptional care with:

  • Mild plant-based cleansing agents for respectful cleaning.
  • Plant-based moisturizing, antioxidant, and film-forming agents to effectively nourish and protect.
  • Irresistible scents rich in natural essential oils, transforming care routines into moments of pure pleasure.
We are proud to offer formulas WITHOUT:
  • Microplastics, for an environmentally respectful approach.
  • Parabens, avoiding controversial preservatives.
  • SLS (Sodium Lauryl Sulfate), for products that are gentler on the skin and hair.
  • Dyes and silicones, for authentic and unadorned care.
  • Phthalates to prevent any impact on any hormones.
Our commitment is to offer you pure and effective products while preserving your health and that of our planet.

    Our range of shampoos, shower gels, and hand washing gels is paraben-free

    less is more product parabene free


    We offer a complete range of hygiene products, including shampoos, shower gels, and hand gels, all formulated without parabens. Designed to take care of your skin and hair, our products offer a healthy and ecological alternative, free from controversial preservatives. They are perfectly suited for daily use by the whole family, ensuring safety and quality with every use.

    To summarize, choosing "paraben-free" products is a trend that is gaining popularity, not only for health reasons but also for a commitment to sustainability. The products from less is more perfectly illustrate this responsible choice. 

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    What does paraben-free mean?

    "Paraben-free" means that a product is formulated without the use of these controversial preservatives, favoring safer and more natural alternatives.

    Which silicone-free and paraben-free shampoo to choose?

    The entire range of shampoos from Less is More, are free of silicones and parabens, offering a pure and effective option for hair care.

    Why choose a product without paraben?

    Choosing paraben-free products can help preserve the health of the hair and scalp by avoiding ingredients that can dry them out and irritate them. 

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