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Hair products
« on: 01 Feb 17 / 09:29 PM »
Could anyone tell me some good hair products they use that aren't full of any nasty ingredients?  I used to love the Naked hair line, (especially the leave-in conditioner that I used to use instead of a styling product).   But alas the Naked line has been discontinued and since then I've gone astray buying crap products full of silicones and more!
 

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Re: Hair products
« Reply #1 on: 05 Feb 17 / 10:56 AM »
Anyone?
 

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Re: Hair products
« Reply #2 on: 05 Feb 17 / 11:20 AM »
It really depends on what you mean by nasty ingredients. Most ingredients have a good use and there's a LOT of vilification of some ingredients when there's nothing wrong with them (such as formaldehyde, the panic of which is because it sounds scary but the amount in most products is less than the body produces on its own and parabens, the fear of which is based on some really faulty science).
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Re: Hair products
« Reply #3 on: 05 Feb 17 / 12:01 PM »
I guess the basic nasties like silicones ;).  Something similar to Naked products?  My hair loved that line of products but they are discontinued now.
 

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Re: Hair products
« Reply #4 on: 07 Feb 17 / 01:36 PM »
I use the Garnier Ultimate blends coconut oil and cocoa butter conditioner are really like it. For shampoo, I buy the Osmo sulphate free color mission shampoo. I dont really use other products in my hair as serums and that have a lot of silicones so i only use the joico split end mender as a serum when i blowdry/ strighten which is about once a week.
 

 

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