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Old 12-08-2011, 09:16 AM
Location: SW Missouri
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Originally Posted by cb at sea View Post
You do NOT want to use SOAP on your hair...I don't care how "natural" it is, it will leave a gross film. The "cleanest" products are detergents...they lift the oils and dirt and it will rinse cleanly away, without leaving a film. Soap won't do that!
Just because something has a long name, doesn't mean it's bad!
a vinegar rinse will get rid of the "gross film" you mention and leave your hair squeaky clean, soft and manageable.

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Old 12-08-2011, 10:15 AM
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I totally love my L'Occitane shampoo. It's formulated with a natural origin vegetable complex of 5 essential oils. The lavender scent is absolutely fantastic and it leaves my hair squeaky clean and soft without irritating my scalp. It's perfect for any type of hair especially hair that's dry and damaged, coloured or chemically treated. I don't even need to use a conditioner! My only complaint is that it's a little pricey at RM75 (USD 24).
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