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Old 01-20-2013, 03:29 PM
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Yes, I've tried Hair one,,wasn't bad, but things I didn't like about it,,only comes in 1 type, believe it was tea tree oil..(I like lavendar Wen) , also quite a small bottle that was around 12 bucks, and if you have longish hair you need ALOT...Other than that it wasn't bad and I would get it in a pinch

I get my WEN from QVC..

A conditioner I happen to like if you just want a conditioner with a good scent is Bath & Body Works, Sweet Pea...
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I have also heard good stuff about this wen stuff ... Do they make a conditioner? Or do you need one? I often need a conditioner because curly hair (at least mine) is always so dry.
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I use Organix shampoo, and I rotate between their different scents each time. It is sulfate free, and I have noticed an overwhelming change in my hair. It is softer, cleaner, and stays that way for longer. I love it. I only wash my hair once every two or three days.

I would never go back to sulfate shampoo again.
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Old 01-20-2013, 04:08 PM
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Using conditioner only....this works phenomenally for my daughter. I use shampoo so so seldom on her hair. For me though, my hair is just in between enough that if I use conditioner only it gets funky.

I really wish the baking soda worked long term for me, it just doesnt. I get a good month or two of it being wonderful and then build up starts and blech:/
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Old 01-20-2013, 04:49 PM
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for a while i thought tht it wasnt going to work for me either because my hair got all greasy & filmy & gross for a while, so for the conditioner "wash" I use a lighter conditioner, one for fine hair & those at least for me usually work better, because I am using conditioner all ready so i dont need a thick heavy one.

when i use shampoo (I typically shampoo once a week) then I use leave in. Garniea (or however you spell it) frutis makes a really good leave in, its in a small roundish green bottle with a pull up top like the tops on a dish washing liquid bottle & I have had really good luck with those.
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Where do you guys get the sulfate free shampoo? Do you order it off line or are there stores that carry them?
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Old 01-20-2013, 05:09 PM
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Best selection of course is online. But most drugstores carry a couple that are...Burt's Bees and Organix come to mind (though still check the ingredient labels for sure)
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What are other things to avoid in the shampoos?
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Old 01-20-2013, 05:40 PM
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Also when I read the ingredient list on the back of the bottle I sometimes have problems knowing what is what LOL, can someone list what to avoid because sometimes I am not sure
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I get mine either at Whole Foods or Target. Target has a nice selection for a big box store.
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Old 01-20-2013, 06:01 PM
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I have read on some "no poo" info sites that Suave is sulfate free, is this true? I will do more research, maybe we can start listing sulfate free shampoo/conditioner brands that can be found readily at places like Target & Walmart?

Loreal makes a sulfate free, as does Aveeno & Suave professionals.

for the "poo" days I have seen it recomended on the "no poo" sites to use baby shampoo, be warned though if you have color treated hair it will strip the color faster.
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