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post #76 of 78
How does Malin and Goetz rank as far as quality of ingredients?

I've used Baxter of California, and found it to be pretty good. I've wanted to try the Alterna caviar stuff for a while, but haven't pulled the trigger.

So far it sounds like Jasons, Hugo and AubreyOrganics are pretty good...anyone willing vouch for one over the others?
post #77 of 78
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Originally Posted by tiecollector View Post
Nioxin is over priced to the max! Doesn't do a thing for thinning hair. It was developed by a dermatologist (yay!) who was trying to help her dad reverse his balding. It doesn't work, to say the least. If you want something for thinning hair then try a tea trea oil shampoo or something with buckthorn, so I've heard.

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

Doesn't dry your hair out at all. Salon "product" is over priced.



Hmmm....I've used Jason products off and on for about 3 years. I always felt if left my hair on the dry side. Can't say I've used the jojoba though so perhaps that type has a better outcome.

Currently I'm using Giovanni which is another organic shampoo. First time I saw it was at Whole Foods but I think they are starting to carry it at Target now. Great shampoo and the leave-in conditioner seems to work great. I haven't done my research on it though so you might want to check it out more.
post #78 of 78
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It's fine, just overpriced. Check Marshall's, TJMaxx, etc for discounted gift sets of the stuff.

Great suggestion there, I frequently buy moisturizers for my face at either of the stores. I tend to buy the organic ones with the higest retail before the markdowns. I recently bought a tub of organic face creame that was originally $60 for around $10. One thing that concens me is the age of their health and beauty aids - I would expect the potency and quality of some product to degrate with age.
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