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    Posted: Oct 27 2011 at 2:40pm
My hair gets really really dry! I hate it. I put mosturizer and a seal on it and it just soaks it up lol

any suggestions for shampoos that wont dry out my hair?
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any sulfate free shampoo and add a bit of your favourite oil in the shampoo bottle to make it more nourishing and less stripping
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thank you thank you. I never thought of putting oil in my shampoo. Thats a very good tip. I'll be trying it this weekend :)
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I like Shea Moisture Raw Shea Butter shampoo.
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Originally posted by eboni1 eboni1 wrote:

any sulfate free shampoo and add a bit of your favourite oil in the shampoo bottle to make it more nourishing and less stripping


Def it should be sulfate free! I'm guessing your face skin is dry as well. The dermatologist that I went said that they are mostly related. So i also bought a sulfate free shampoo, and I use a http://www.bb-cream.net/ - bb cream for my skin. Both have been working so far.
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We should use only soft and natural shampoos and conditioner.I think home made conditioners are best for hair because its free from all harmful comical....     
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I’d have to agree sulphate free shampoos are good; they don’t strip the natural oils from your hair as much. I like the Loreal Ever Cream Intense Nourishing shampoo, it contains no sulphates, salts or waxes and it has botanicals in it. I have dry hair as well but what helped me the most was:

Sulphate free nourishing shampoos

Good deep conditioners, I have the Nexxus Humectress which I love

Oils such as coconut or Moroccan oil.

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Take a look here,may be it helps,there are many good lotions for your face and at a very low price,i speak from my experience,i have tried for a month different solution but no chance,Finaly one day in a forum told me that there was a their site that was a merchant of skin lotions.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote sexy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar 23 2013 at 12:12pm
Originally posted by eboni1 eboni1 wrote:

any sulfate free shampoo and add a bit of your favourite oil in the shampoo bottle to make it more nourishing and less stripping


Thanks. I never thought of putting oil in my shampoo will help Thats a very good tip
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Use garnier fructis shampoo and conditioner, it will be a good solution for your dry hair.
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