May 27, 2012
I have really frizzy and curly hair and I've heard that sulfate free shampoos do not cause damage like normal shampoos. The L'Oreal one isn't available in our country. Do you know any drugstore brands which have these? Thank you!
Organix, that's the only one I could think of right now (:
A company called Jane Carter Solutions has sulfate free shampoos (:
wen also is a brand of hair products that does not contain sulfate.... i love the conditioner!
Desert Essence is 100% Vegan/Wheat & Gluten Free and has NO parabens, sodium lauryl/laureth sulfates, phthalates, artificial colors, silicones, EDTA, glycol, or petroleum based ingredients. The coconut shampoo and conditioner have done wonders for my dry/damaged hair
Bedhead has a sulfate free and they are good!!!
May 28, 2012
A few brands: Avalon Organics, Giovanni (salon-developed), Acure Organics (acureorganics.com; I don't have any experience with this brand). I'm pretty sure there are others out there.
May 29, 2012
Organic Color Systems, O'Right, and Moroccan Organics shampoos are all sulfate free, as well as paraben free!
I use a new one called simply u. It smells so good and it works way better than organix to me.
May 30, 2012
Pureology !! Its good to for if you have color on your hair!
check out there website http://www.pureology.com/?cm_mmc=La...
Jun 03, 2012
i don't know what it's called at the moment, but one of the shampoos from the body shop is sultan free!
The Body Shops Rainforest Hair Collection Is Sulfate Free, :D Tried It This Week And LOVE It xx
thank you, rach! that was the one i was referring to :)
Curl junkie... All products all sulfrate free. Love their products.
Jun 04, 2012
I switch on and off between Bedhead products and Aveda products, both are sulfate free and both make my hair healthier and less frizzy. My hair isn't super curly but its naturally pretty wavy (like beachy waves) and when I was using random drugstore shampoos and conditioners it would turn into a giant frizzball. Now I can let my hair air dry and people ask me how long it takes me to curl in the morning. Haha.
I love the Paul Mitchell Awapui Ginger shampoo and conditioner
Jun 08, 2012
I heard that Wen by Chaz Dean is really good. I havn't tried it yet but I plan to. Check them out..... http://m.wenhaircare.com/?uci=US-CD...
Jun 09, 2012
I have used it's a 10 and really liked it but now my hair has started to look greasy if I sleep with it wet :(
I am trying Alba which I found at Target
Jun 12, 2012
Wen live by it!!
Jun 13, 2012
This was so helpful because i want to find a shampoo that is sulfate free and that can work good for my hair type.
Sep 28, 2012
I have noticed significant difference in how my hair feels after using a sulfate free shampoo. It doesn't feel brittle and dried out and I know that all the dirt and grime is gone. My favorite sulfate free shampoo is from Nutress Hair products. They have a line of products called 'Stop Break' including the sulfate free shampoo. Nutress products repair damage to my hair and protect it to prevent further damaging. The best part is the products are so affordable; less than $5 per bottle. Check them out!
Oct 02, 2012
I tried several sulfate-free shampoos, but most of them didn't leave my hair clean. A while back, I discovered washing my hair (at the scalp area...not the shaft) with baking soda and water and rinsing in a mixture of 1/3 conditioner and 2/3 cheap vodka. Believe it or not, that's tamed my curls, leaving them shiny and bouncy. My hair looks better than ever, and people always ask me what I do to make it so shiny. I straightened my hair for my profile pix...I guess I should include one with my curls sometime :)
Pureology or Biomega! Loreals is good as well and less$$ the gold bottles💫
Oct 03, 2012
Its a 10 Sulfate-free Shampoo! Love it!
Oct 14, 2012
Pro Naturals is sulfate free, it's online so you can get it wherever you are :) It has argan oil so it's really beneficial for hair, you should def try it out, it made my hair like a million times shinier and softer than when I was using pantene.
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