Why does my daughter use so much shampoo?!?

(7 Posts)
Takemehomenow Thu 23-Jun-16 15:35:50

Is anyone else's daughters like this?

She's only been living with us since end of April and the amount of shampoo and conditioner we go through is ridiculous. I wish I knew how to include pictures so o could show you how many empty bottles we have currently.

Before she moved in it was me and my 2 sons girlfriend using the shampoos and we didn't got through half as much. It got so bad that both the girls now have their own shower stuff which they take out the shower keep in the rooms after each shower because there was never enough left when they went to shower.

So now it's only 2 of us using what I buy and so much is being used.

What the hell is going on?! Haha.

Takemehomenow Thu 23-Jun-16 15:37:00

Oh and of course she never says to me were running low, she waits until I'm in the shower and find out for myself.

Just before anyone starts, I'm not angry about this, just confused. I wouldn't mind if I understood what's going on. Is she drinking it or something?

Wolfiefan Thu 23-Jun-16 15:38:43

Show her the amount she should be using?

Onfleak Thu 23-Jun-16 15:58:29

My daughter uses a lot of shampoo too, think it's just a girl think.

RegentsParkWolf Thu 23-Jun-16 16:05:00

Perhaps she's a werewolf? grin

ILostItInTheEarlyNineties Thu 23-Jun-16 16:15:09

It does say on some shampoo bottles to lather and rinse twice with shampoo (so they sell more I think) Maybe she does that? I must admit, I love using loads of shampoo, I love a big lather and making my hair squeaky clean and I have long thick hair that I put oils and serum in so it needs a really deep clean.
Would it help if she chose a different shampoo that is 'hers'? There are some good clarifying shampoos that you don't need to use so much of. Tresemme comes in enormous bottles that won't break the bank.
She needs to let you know if it's running low though.

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Fri 24-Jun-16 18:29:13

What are we talking, a bottle a week? Shampoo is so cheap I wouldn't give it a second thought tbh.

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