The shampoo doesn’t lather up like conventional brands, because it doesn’t use sodium laureth sulfite or lauryl sulfate (thickening agents that can strip hair and cause contact dermatitis). And it actually cleans better as a result, since those additives happen to be hard to rinse out. We’re also big fans of the defrizzing capacity of the jojoba conditioner, an excellent defense against frequent washings. And scent-sensitive people will appreciate the subtlety of the essential-oil fragrances. Available at Sephora stores or at your local natural market for about $14 each. Learn more about the company’s philosophy and check out their great skincare line at www.drhauschka.com.