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Where’d My Shampoo Go?: Understanding the New Pantene Shampoos and Conditioners by Nicki Z. Patient Expert Posted Fri 28 May 2010 7:19pm With enrollment in an M.D./Ph.D. program, two blogs, a relationship, two dogs, great friends, and hair that falls well below my shoulders, I need hai ... Read on »
American Crew Classic Daily Moisturizing Shampoo Hair Shampoos by Mom-n-Me Posted Wed 16 Jun 2010 3:41am American Crew Daily Moisturizing Shampoo refreshes the hair and scalp. Contains Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein, Sage Extract, and Rice Bran Oil to moisturize and condition the hair, without weighing it down. With natural extracts like Quillaja, Rosemary, and Sage, this shampoo soothes and replenishes, leaving the scalp feeling healthy an ... Read on »
Dry Shampoo, Dog Shampoo, Or No Poo At All? by Sarah B. Patient Expert Posted Sun 27 Dec 2009 10:01pm Happy holidays from Sarah Bellum! Lefty and Righty are busy returning Christmas presents so I thought I’d write a couple year end posts to share some of my favorite posts of 2009 (Hey it’s either that or another boring news story from Mid Brain.) Sooooo, today I’m going to stroll down memory lane for shampoos. The big news this year w ... Read on »
Are Shampoos for Colored Hair Different Than Regular Shampoos? by Sarah B. Patient Expert Posted Fri 22 Jan 2010 10:01pm Arlene Asks…I have been noticing lately that shampoos are made for different hair colors. Such as John Frieda and Pantene Pro-V Expressions. How are these shampoos any different from regular shampoos and do they really work? The Right Brain’s Rapidly Written Response: The trend toward different shampoo formulas for different hair co ... Read on »
Turn your regular shampoo into a homemade herbal shampoo by Perfectskincare C. Facebook Posted Tue 16 Mar 2010 12:00am Today, I would be sharing with you a recipe which I have been using for long for my hair and believe me, it has done wonders. I no longer believe in buying hair products according to your needs like a hair fall shampoo as a solution to hair loss or a damage repair shampoo for a heat bur ... Read on »
The no-shampoo shampoo by kimmie1980ca Posted Sun 04 Nov 2012 8:33pm Last minute dinner plans and hair that looks like crows could be breeding inside its murky depths? This happens to me at least once a month and since I hate dry shampoo (how does one ever get the gritty, dandruff-like stuff out of the strands?) it’s revival time for grandma’s 5-minute hair-pick-me-up. And it’s simple… Take a sturdy h ... Read on »
From the Archives : Turn your regular shampoo into a homemade herbal shampoo {DIY} by Perfectskincare C. Facebook Posted Sun 01 Sep 2013 1:59am Today, I would be sharing with you a recipe which I have been using for long for my hair and believe me, it has done wonders. I no longer believe in buying hair products according to your needs like a hair fall shampoo as a solution to hair loss or a damage repair shampoo for a heat burnt hair. I have got rid of these things using s ... Read on »
Best Shampoo for Damaged Hair: Leonor Greyl Shampooing Reviviscence by Nadine H. Patient Expert Posted Sat 09 Nov 2013 7:24am As somebody with dry hair who dives headfirst into her beloved jars of intensive conditioner, I always resent how puny and weak most shampoos are. I’ve graduated to this PhD moisturizing treatment over here, and yet my damaged locks are supposed to be satisfied with these lame after-thought shampoos? No, no, no. However! I’ve found the abso ... Read on »
SLS-free shampoos vs Regular Shampoos {Five Series} by Perfectskincare C. Facebook Posted Wed 10 Sep 2014 12:30pm Ok, it has been like 2 years now that I have shifted to the non-commercial shampoos. It is not like I have completely chucked out the over-the-counter products which makes it even more easy for me to analyze and appreciate the difference between both types of products. Yes, it takes time for one to adjust to the SLS-free shampoos becau ... Read on »
John Frieda Luxurious Volume Thickening Shampoo and Conditioner Review by musicalhouses Posted Mon 12 Apr 2010 7:30am My hair is really fine and annoyingly little. It has no volume, and it just tends to sit on my head like a dead dog. I often have trouble with styling my hair because it's really fine, very little, and has no body. I know people say layering is the key to giving fine hair body, but layering is tricky for me since I have very little hair. As a res ... Read on »