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Shampoo and conditioner with no sulphites

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Nevercan Tue 30-Dec-14 17:37:10

I think i need to try and transform my frizzy hair but trying out sulphate free products. What shampoos are sulphate free and where can I get them? Which ones are good for thick dry hair? Thanks

PartyFops Tue 30-Dec-14 17:39:57

Herbal essences naked, not sure what it has and hasn't got in it, but it's fab, I have very thick hair.

Marylou2 Tue 30-Dec-14 17:54:50

L'oreal Everpure is pretty good.DD is intolerant to sulphates and it works brilliantly on her waist length hair.We all use the Halos and Horns baby shower range from Boots.It's SLS free and totally fab.

Doje Tue 30-Dec-14 17:56:00

Body Shop have got a range, and sulphate free. I've also tried the Deva Curl range, which you can find on Amazon. Xx

Nevercan Tue 30-Dec-14 20:30:28

Thank you :-)

Madaboutthrows Tue 30-Dec-14 20:36:27

Aveda https://www.aveda.com/media/pdf/AvedaIngredientFAQ-0513.pdf

LeoandBoosmum Tue 30-Dec-14 20:48:14

Expensive but John Masters is awesomeness itself!

dorasee Tue 30-Dec-14 20:49:38

Jason shampoos...brilliant line of products.

TheGonnagle Tue 30-Dec-14 20:52:47

I use the Therapie range, particularly the argan oil one, which works well with my curly/wavy hair. I get it from TKMAxx/Homesense.

FairyTrain Wed 31-Dec-14 19:58:28

Philip Kingsley itchy flaky scalp is awesome

bloomingheather Wed 31-Dec-14 20:03:25

The Say Yes To Carrots range is really good here
I use the Carrot moisturising shampoo but there are several other shampoos in the range. You can buy them in larger Boots stores, Waitrose and on ASOS.

itsveryyou Wed 31-Dec-14 20:04:01

I use Deva curl too, their 'no poo' range is very good. My hair is naturally curly and I've found the best way to reduce frizz is to not wash too often, only use a wide tooth comb when hair is wet and loaded with conditioner. I use leave in conditioner and a shine product like gloss drops, and dry it wrapped up in an old tshirt, not a towel...not sure why it works, but it really reduced frizz for me. I dry upside down with a diffuser on low speed but high heat. Pinterest has some really good tutorials/ideas for taming frizz.

bloomingheather Wed 31-Dec-14 20:04:19

I forgot to say, I also have very thick, curly hair which tends to be very dry and the Carrot shampoo and conditioner are great for it.

lavendersun Wed 31-Dec-14 20:06:33

I have used Aveda Shampure for 15 years, no sulphates. I have lots of hair that is very curly and used to be dry and a really sensitive scalp/skin.

It isn't cheap but I use the 1 ltr bottles with a pump dispenser and use one ltr of conditioner and 2 of shampoo every year which works out at about £10 per month I think.

Ask for a sample somewhere. I never waste money on trying something that doesn't work, I am sure it must be cheaper than trying various things in Boots.

sockmatcher Wed 31-Dec-14 20:10:12

Moo too. The only one who have saved my scalp. Tried loads of others

Body Shop Rainforest range.

YY to DevaCurl also.

Google "Curly Girl Method".

Madcatgirl Wed 31-Dec-14 20:18:51

I've just started using the body shop rainforest products and my hair is looking brilliant! My hair is usually a frizzy wavy tip, but now it's sleek with a lovely wave to it and just so much nicer.

moonrocket Wed 31-Dec-14 22:42:45

Are any of these non-scented?

Iatemyskinnyperson Thu 01-Jan-15 02:32:45

Look in a health food shop. Giovanni are lovely. Also Sukin, and John Masters.

butterfliesinmytummy Thu 01-Jan-15 02:36:08

Neals yard remedies shampoos are good, no synthetic fragrances or parabens either.

sockmatcher Thu 01-Jan-15 08:50:20

Moo too has no smell

Nevercan Thu 01-Jan-15 18:59:25

I didn't realise there was so much choice :-)

moonrocket Thu 01-Jan-15 22:35:58

Thanks sockmatcher smile

AnnaBegins Thu 01-Jan-15 22:43:04

Happy hair days ones! I use the Argan oil ones, really nice. 2 for £5 in sainsbos.

woodhill Thu 01-Jan-15 22:45:32

l'oreal sulphate free ones seem quite nice.

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