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    Posted: Dec 24 2012 at 7:13am
You can also try garnier...bit works great for my natural hair
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Stacy Vason HairCare shampoos and conditioners are great for extensions and natural hair. I have natural hair, but also wear extensions periodically and have used Stacy Vason HairCare products for both...Keeps my natural hair and extensions healthy, moisturized, and maintains the body in the hair. You can find the products at: stacyvason.com
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I'm just gonna say it. . . Loreal 

It ain't cheap and the bottles are tiny, but it works. I use the EverPure. I first used it on my weave back when I had a Remi Infusion (at $1400 girl I had an investment to protect!) 
When I took the weave out it had given my hair such strength. I didn't have the serious breakage my friends did when they went from weave back to relaxers. I kept using it. 

Your problem might be helped by any "sulfate free" shampoo though. A less pricy option that you can get at Walmart and some say is LOADS better than Loreal is Organix. They have different smells (I suggest the Coconut Milk for you because you want to moisturize as well as cleanse)

All in all, you need moisture. After a while you will notice that the Pantene is going to strip the seal off of your weave and leave it dry too (sulfates are harsh!) so try the Organix on both your hair and the weave. Its an upgrade from the Pantene and it might help your hair too. If that doesn't help step it up to the Loreal. Using it for a while now has improved the quality of my hair to the point where I don't need weave. I'm focusing on growing it to the length that the weave was. . . and I had bebeKids kind of naps!
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This is my first time buying Brazilian hair, so I'm not sure what type of shampoo and conditioner to use that will also work well with my natural hair. I am currently using Pantene Relaxed & Natural and while it works good on my weave, it does NOTHING for my natural hair. I haven't had a relaxer in over a year and my hair feels really dry. Any suggestions?
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