In recent years I have been much more aware of the products that I use, whether it is what I eat or what I put on my skin and my hair. I have been leaning to more vegan products, and choosing products that are sulphite-free and doesn’t contain a lot of junk. I have definitely noticed the difference when it comes to my skin and my hair, so does the brand Mayraki stand up to the hype?
Mayraki Professional is a haircare company that was created by hair professionals, as well as chemists and herbalists, making them stand out from a lot of product companies, making sure that you’ve got some of the best products out there. It is clear from the products that they have a range to choose from to help with the range of problems that people can experience with their hair and their scalp. With the products being free from sulphates and parabens, making sure that you can look after your hair and look after the environment at the same time.
After a first look and use of the products, I have been impressed with the high quality that they are made from. The Mayraki products are made with pure and organic ingredients, so that is another tick for me on the checklist. There is an extensive range of products too, so there really is something for everyone.
Mayraki Ultra Repairing & Weightless Moisture Shampoo
This product has really been a game changer for me. Some of the natural ingredients in this are gingko biloba, aloe, and canarium album leaf. These are all sorted sustainably too. The combination of the products help to cleanse the hair, and as someone who suffers with a dry scalp from time to time, the fact that it is free of sulfates and parabens really makes a difference. My hair has felt weightless with the use out of it, and not thick and ‘claggy’ if that makes a lot of sense. The ends of my hair has made a difference too, helping with split ends and hair dryness.
Mayraki Hair Growth & Anti Hairloss Shampoo Kit
If you are someone who suffers with hair loss, then although this isn’t a massive problem for me right now, I know that there aren’t many products out there that can make a difference. This duo kit is made just for that, and is made with some really great ingredients. The duo kit is designed to cleanse the hair, which helps to promote hair growth. Some of the best ingredients in this are castor oil and almond oil, as well as argyi extract which helps to boost hair regrowth, as well as thicken hair. This is much needed in areas of my hair that are damaged, and I have noticed such a difference when using this combination of products.
Why use paraben-free, sulfate-free, and silicone-free products?
If these all sound like a lot of words to you, then you need to know the damage that they can cause if they are in products. For example, parabens can irritate the scalp and can even impact other dry skin conditions. So using Mayraki products you get clean hair, but don’t irritate your skin.
Sulphates can help to clean hair, but they can also cause hair to thin and to fall out. In fact, some sulphates can destroy hair follicles and can stop hair from growing. So the Mayraki products that are here help to keep your own hair natural oils as well as help your hair to grow.
Silicones can help your hair to shine, but they are not natural and can dry your hair out. Mayraki products are silicone-free, so you can get naturally healthy shiny hair, but without the added barrier from silicone that makes hair more brittle.
There is honestly a great range of products, and I have been so pleased with them. From wooden paddle brushes (which brushes amazingly), to microfibre hair towels, and the shampoo and conditioner products, there is a big range, and the quality of the products is amazing. I have been so pleased with all that I have tried, and I would definitely recommend them. Having products that are made from natural and quality ingredients really does make a difference.
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*this is a collaborative post, but all opinions are my own.