See below for a breakdown of the ingredients
A humectant absorbs moisture and keeps a moisture balance in the hair and skin. Humectants will search for moisture in your own hair too. Therefore, in areas where it may be hot, but dry, these products may actually do more bad than good. In the right condition, humectants are materials used in products to moisturize dry or damaged hair.
These ingredients could cause build up on finer, thin hair (More info...)
These ingredients are cleansing agents that could potentially be drying, but are not as harsh as sulfates.
These ingredients are gentle cleansers that you want to look for. (More info...)
Film forming humectants are excellent moisturizing ingredients that form a film over the hair and will help resist dehydration. These ingredients are safe to use in low dew points. (More info...)
Preservatives are added to products to prevent the growth of micro-organisms.
These ingredients have been verified as having no affect on curly hair and include ingredients like water, antioxidants, emulsifiers and thickeners
These ingredients are either OK to use, or weren't an exact match for those to avoid.