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Shampoo and Conditioner
« on: 21 Jun 13 / 03:53 PM »
These products here are what our members use to help keep thier dyed hair vibrant and in good condition. They contain no or a low/mild sulphate that gently cleans the hair without stripping your hair of colour or natural goodness. You can google these products online to find suppliers, amazon and ebay are a good place to start. You can also find some of them in places like Boots, Superdrug, Home Bargains, B and Ms, Poundland, Pound Saver, Bodycare, Semi-Chem, Pound Stretcher, Tescos, Asda or Morrisons. Also check your local supermarket's own brand stuff, a lot of them are low sulphates or sulphate free but just don't actively advertise it. The worst culprits you should look to avoid on the ingredients list are sodium lauryl sulfate, sodium laureth sulfate and ammonium laureth sulfate.

Low Sulphate or Sulphate Free Shampoo
- Osmo Colour Save
- Osmo Essence Colour Mission
- Naked
- Organix
- Pureology
- Green People
- Bonacure Colour Save
- L'Oreal Everpure
- Joico Smooth Cure
- Joico Colour Endure
- Matrix Biolage Colortherapie Delicate Care
- Liz Earle Botanical Shine Shampoo
- MyPure
- Bert's Bees
- Happy Hair Days
- Palmer's Coconut Oil Shampoo
- Tresemme Naturals
- Aubrey Organics
- The Body Shop
- Alba Botanical

Great Hair Care but you should still be wary of the ingredients are
- Lush (we have some reviews available from members.)
- Joico Intense Hydrator
- Aussie
- Alberto Balsam
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Re: Shampoo and Conditioner
« Reply #1 on: 21 Jun 13 / 04:21 PM »
Thanks for this fab list. I've moved from the Naked range to L'Oreal Everpure and I like it way better!
 

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Re: Shampoo and Conditioner
« Reply #2 on: 21 Jun 13 / 05:26 PM »
Thank you so much for all the work you put into updating this list, Kitty!  You rock!  :D
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Re: Shampoo and Conditioner
« Reply #3 on: 27 Jun 13 / 10:38 PM »
Great list! Getting the hump with almost running out of Naked whilst I wait for it to be on offer (I am stingy and it is quite dear).
Does the Loreal everpure have silicones? See that on offer loads, but never actually read a bottle. Might be being thick and not noticed, but I couldn't find that on the page.
 

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Re: Shampoo and Conditioner
« Reply #4 on: 27 Jun 13 / 11:56 PM »
My mam has one of their conditioners, i hate the smell of it, it is silicone free though.
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Re: Shampoo and Conditioner
« Reply #5 on: 18 Jul 13 / 12:48 AM »
I was recommended Cappola keratin sodium chloride/sulfate free shampoo for color, because I had the keratin treatment done. They have a whole line of sulfate free, but not sure how good it is yet. There was a few at the store (brightonbeautysupply.com) .
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Re: Shampoo and Conditioner
« Reply #6 on: 27 Jul 13 / 11:58 AM »
I bought Palmers Olive Oil shampoo t'other day, it's sulphate-free too. Can't comment on its non-colour stripping efficacy as I box dye these days but it smells lovely, my hair feels really clean and much softer than if I use an SLS shampoo. My hair is super curly today too, much more so than with regular shampoo.

They do a conditioner too but it was sold out in Sainsburys, but that was no great shakes because if there's one thing I've got plenty of, it's no-'cone condish!
 

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Co Washing Friendly Conditioners
« Reply #7 on: 08 Aug 13 / 02:07 AM »
So on my shopping travels this week i found 3 cheap co washing friendly conditioners.  *yay*
As i tried the curly girl hair method for a short while but turned out i was using the wrong kind of conditioner (damn sneaky silicone's).

Here is a list of the 3 conditioners i got (thought i'd share them with you all):

Sainsburys - Basic Conditioner (White) - 1lt - 87p  (unknown)
Wilko - Cleanse Conditioner (White) - 750ml - 75p  (coconut & vanillia)
Tesco - Luscious Conditioner (Pink) - 500ml - 80p  (raspberry & Pomegranate)

I haven't used them yet so can't say how they are on my hair.
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Re: Shampoo and Conditioner
« Reply #8 on: 19 Oct 13 / 03:45 AM »
*lovestars* L'Oreal EverPure Sulfate-Free Volume Shampoo & Conditioner *lovestars*

Is by far, hands down, the best shampoo & conditioner I have ever used that has not stripped the color from my thinning hair on my head!  *yay* I just love the smell of it too!!
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Re: Shampoo and Conditioner
« Reply #9 on: 24 Oct 13 / 03:54 PM »
I use Suave Naturals Tropical Coconut for my scalp wash, and Tresseme Naturals Nourishing Moisture Conditioner for my lengths. Both are silicone free. Though the latter is thicker, i actually like the suave better for my lengths, it makes my hair feel better. I never thought i would like as cheap of a product as suave, but ingredients wise its great! In beauty school they pound into your head how horrible drugstore shampoo/conditioner is, so i always steered clear of suave, esp since its only like $1.50 for a huge bottle, i figured it must be terrible for the hair. But when i actually looked at the ingredients, its better for the hair than the typical $17 paul mitchell, bed head, or redken confitioner. Expensive doesnt mean its better at all. Often times i have learned, just like some clothing brands, its expensive not because its any better quality, its just the name brand.
Always remember to consider what your hair is going to feel like after processing it BEFORE you do it! Test strands, treatments/oils are important when it comes to hair, but the most important thing is patience!
 

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Re: Shampoo and Conditioner
« Reply #10 on: 24 Oct 13 / 05:45 PM »
Garnier fructis has some silicone free conditioners. I think its called smooth and sleek. I cant be 100% sure as the one I bought was in spain so the name was in spanish.
 

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Re: Shampoo and Conditioner
« Reply #11 on: 24 Oct 13 / 06:32 PM »
The garnier fructis is unfortunately different here in the US. The same ones that are silicone free in Europe, have silicones in them here for some reason. Lame.
Always remember to consider what your hair is going to feel like after processing it BEFORE you do it! Test strands, treatments/oils are important when it comes to hair, but the most important thing is patience!
 

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Re: Shampoo and Conditioner
« Reply #12 on: 09 Dec 13 / 04:18 AM »
I tried Not Your Mother's Way To Grow shampoo for a couple months and absolutely loved it for strengthening my hair.  It's sulphate-free and--bonus!--it smells awesome (like strawberry candy)!  Double bonus!  It's GREAT for fading!
 

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Re: Shampoo and Conditioner
« Reply #13 on: 19 Feb 14 / 11:43 AM »
I've been using the happy hair days from sainsburys, currently using the moisture one but the bottles have lasted me since october so far, im about to stock up again as its on offer 2 for 5 again x
 

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Re: Shampoo and Conditioner
« Reply #14 on: 19 Feb 14 / 01:55 PM »
I've been using the happy hair days from sainsburys, currently using the moisture one but the bottles have lasted me since october so far, im about to stock up again as its on offer 2 for 5 again x

Ooh ... I'm gonna need some new shampoo soon, and I was gonna go back to Osmo, but I think I'll try this first if it's on offer!
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Re: Shampoo and Conditioner
« Reply #15 on: 19 Feb 14 / 02:31 PM »
Thanks for this list! I need new shampoo and I had no idea what to get. (I had been using joico sulphate free stuff but since I'm currently a student without a job I can't afford it right now.)
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Re: Shampoo and Conditioner
« Reply #16 on: 22 Mar 14 / 07:53 PM »
Thanks for this list! I need new shampoo and I had no idea what to get. (I had been using joico sulphate free stuff but since I'm currently a student without a job I can't afford it right now.)


If you are on a budget get Schwarzkopf Girls Shampoo & conditioner 2 in 1. Looks like this: http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/81M1XaB4WbL._SL1500_.jpg

It's sulphate-free, sillicone-free, PEG-free, fragrance-free, colour-free, detangles the hair, has some pH-balancing ingredients, and I love it. And the best part? it's just a quid in poundland! Literally bought 10 of these at once. Product for life!
 

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Re: Shampoo and Conditioner
« Reply #17 on: 12 Jul 14 / 05:16 PM »
Poundland has some amazing hair buys! I grabbed Silicone-free Timotei Pure conditioner in there and for the first time ever Co-washing is working and is a pleasurable experience. Going back tomorrow to grab more :)
 

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« Reply #18 on: 12 Jul 14 / 05:31 PM »
Poundland has some amazing hair buys! I grabbed Silicone-free Timotei Pure conditioner in there and for the first time ever Co-washing is working and is a pleasurable experience. Going back tomorrow to grab more :)
Ooh yes, I got that it was really good :)
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Re: Shampoo and Conditioner
« Reply #19 on: 12 Jul 14 / 05:41 PM »
Was amazed, as normally even with other no silicone brands I still find my hair greasy and this just felt like I had shampooed :)
 

 

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