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post #61 of 78
I use natural boar bristle brush with these two products I have born again hair, shiny, full, strong.I struggled for years with all the issues with baby fine hair and am happy to have landed a solution at last!Content of the Shampoo:Moisturising shampoo containing naturally derived ingredients helps cleanse and moisturise.
post #62 of 78
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Cant go wrong with Bumble and Bumble

http://www.bumbleandbumble.com/

yea the creme de coco shampoo/conditioner is pretty much perfect for me, and i have long and thick hair with a slight wave in it, too. mind you, it smells like coconut candy and is pretty femme-scented, but that's not necessarily a bad thing.
post #63 of 78
Dr. Bronner's Peppermint castille. Also works great as a body wash. (Among other things)
post #64 of 78
I don't think this is available in the US but it's the best shit ever. It was recommended to me by my dermatologist when I had skin problems. Pretty cheap as well. http://dermaveen.com.au/hair-scalp-c...tmeal-shampoo/
post #65 of 78
I have relatively thick hair that gets wavy at a longer length. I get my hair cut at 4 week intervals, and, for shampoo & conditioning, I use: They've treated me well. Also, deep conditioning treatments do me good, but perhaps YMMV.
post #66 of 78
The stuff above is amazing and amazingly expensive. My hairstylist friend says Pantene products are the best value for the $, so if you want affordable consider them.
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post #67 of 78
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The stuff above is amazing and amazingly expensive. My hairstylist friend says Pantene products are the best value for the $, so if you want affordable consider them.
I've heard the opposite, apparently pantene products contain a lot of metals which make your hair shiny in the short run but does nothing for moisturising or strength.
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post #68 of 78
I've been cutting back on expensive shampoos in a recent and ill-advised austerity kick I'm into these days. So I've switched from high-end salon shampoo to over-the-counter American Crew citrus mint shampoos and conditioners. It's not bad at all. The conditioner leaves a little something to be desired, but the shampoo is pretty good at cleaning without severely/harshly stripping.
post #69 of 78
I've become a big fan of Lush. I'm currently using their Soak and Float shampoo bar: http://www.lushusa.com/shop/products...soak-and-float

They have stand-alone stores, but at least in Texas can also be found in Macy's. Their products are great, and they are great about giving out samples. If you tell them what you're looking for, they can help you find the right shampoo or conditioner.

(As a side note, their shaving creams and their multi-purpose moisturizer "Cosmetic Lad" are also good stuff.)
post #70 of 78
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All you need is a shampoo without sodium laureth sulfate, which is hard because most drugstore and salon brands have it. If you want something easy and cheap, use this: http://www.vitacost.com/Jason-Shampoo-Natural-Jojoba http://www.vitacost.com/JasonConditionerJojoba .
Why does one want to avoid "sodium lauryl/laureth sulfate" ? I use $1 shampoo, and my hair looks great. I have never given it another thought Now, I do wonder if chemicals are linked to balding. To that end, I am willing to pay a little more for "organic". (A little more, not a lot) So, I went to 3 different places looking for that damn JASON stuff. No dice. Just hand lotion. I ended up getting this: Nature's Gate Chamomile & Lemon Verbena This explicitly says it doesn't contain "Sodium Lauryl/Laureth Sulfate" yet it does contain "disodium Laureth Sulfosuccinate".... http://www.natures-gate.com/shop/sho...34&withLinks=1
post #71 of 78
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Why does one want to avoid "sodium lauryl/laureth sulfate" ? I use $1 shampoo, and my hair looks great. I have never given it another thought Now, I do wonder if chemicals are linked to balding. To that end, I am willing to pay a little more for "organic". (A little more, not a lot) So, I went to 3 different places looking for that damn JASON stuff. No dice. Just hand lotion. I ended up getting this: Nature's Gate Chamomile & Lemon Verbena This explicitly says it doesn't contain "Sodium Lauryl/Laureth Sulfate" yet it does contain "disodium Laureth Sulfosuccinate".... http://www.natures-gate.com/shop/sho...34&withLinks=1
Nature's Gate is an ok brand, not always good products though. Check the Cosmetic Database to search for ingredients: http://www.cosmeticsdatabase.com/ing...ngred06=702148 Hugo Naturals shampoo is 100% natural and uses only oils. http://hugonaturals.com/organic_vega...175&Itemid=117
post #72 of 78
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Why does one want to avoid "sodium lauryl/laureth sulfate" ?
This is a detergent which can irritate the skin and also strip hair and skin of its natural oils thus drying the hair and scalp.
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Now, I do wonder if chemicals are linked to balding.
Typically, it's genetic.
post #73 of 78
Aveda is always my favourite shampoo, usually i use aveda, that give me got quality of hair, my hair become a smooth and silky, and strong also, by use this product i reduce my hair fall problem, really that is best for my knowledge.
post #74 of 78
Anyone else use american crew daily shampoo? Curious if there are any objections along the lines of no that shit sucks try this _______.
post #75 of 78
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Anyone else use american crew daily shampoo? Curious if there are any objections along the lines of no that shit sucks try this _______.


It's fine, just overpriced. Check Marshall's, TJMaxx, etc for discounted gift sets of the stuff.
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