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TBS rainforest shamp n cond, any good?

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Indecisivejo Mon 16-Nov-15 07:57:12

Title says it all smile

CeeceeBloomingdale Mon 16-Nov-15 09:42:20

I love them but it seems a bit marmite. I think you have to commit to ditching the nasties in styling products too and it takes a good few washes to see the effect. It doesn't foam like other shampoos so takes a bit of getting used it so people might complain of greasy hair for the first few washes. The trick is to mix the shampoo with water in your hand them apply. My hair is much softer, less frizzy and my scalp is in better health

Indecisivejo Mon 16-Nov-15 11:41:22

Yes I can see its a bit marmite by the reviews I have read. I've already been using a natural shamp n cons so my hair is already used to the sls free etc but don't know whether to carry on or go back to the nasty stuff as cannot find a range I like sad

MissisBee Mon 16-Nov-15 14:27:51

I've been using them for a couple of weeks and I like them. Nice smell and my hair is nice and soft. Agree about hair feeling a bit greasy at first but that seems to have cleared up.

Indecisivejo Mon 16-Nov-15 14:50:37

I might give them a go then, one thing I'm worried about is the foaming of the shamp (or lack of) I know an sls free shamp will never be like the "normal" ones but I can't stand the natural ones that have hardly any foam at all because I like a good scrub grin

Indecisivejo Wed 18-Nov-15 08:22:38

Nobody else??

chanie44 Wed 18-Nov-15 08:32:15

I use the shampoo and I find it foams up reasonably well

Indecisivejo Wed 18-Nov-15 10:40:39

Ok thank you, and do u like it?

SocialLeopard Wed 18-Nov-15 10:42:36

I find the shampoo very good, but the conditioner isn't conditioning enough for me, if that makes sense.

Indecisivejo Wed 18-Nov-15 10:44:17

Oh no, what conditioner is good with it? Need something that's gonna be repairing and moisturising but not heavy!

SocialLeopard Wed 18-Nov-15 10:46:36

I have flyaway hair and I prefer something heavy. I use philip kingsley elasticizer before washing and any bog standard conditioner. Gliss at the moment.

Indecisivejo Wed 18-Nov-15 14:44:42

Ok so I went to the body shop today, couldn't see it on the shelf so I asked a member of staff. She said they have taken it off the shelf to make room for Christmas stuff as it hardly sells anyway! She said they have if out the back if I want some.....erm no not now you told me that thank you.
Now I don't know what to do! Considering going back to sulfates anway!

ZaraW Wed 18-Nov-15 14:55:36

I really don't like it neither the shampoo and conditioner does anything for my hair. I read rave reviews about it on here and for me it was a waste of money. Giovanni products work well with my hair.

My hair is dry and curly and I definitely prefer products without SLS and silicones.

HopefulAnxiety Wed 18-Nov-15 19:39:03

Sorry you're having so much trouble with shampoos Indecisive! They normally do travel minis of them, if you like them after that try ebay?

Have you tried Organix? I think the name is something else now but it's the argan/coconut/macadamia etc range. Did you try Faith In Nature or dead sea stuff?

Trying to think of sls-free stuff. Organic Surge? The L'Oreal sls-free one?

Atathania Thu 19-Nov-15 08:43:02

Have a look at Tara Smith - you can get it on Amazon. I've been pretty impressed.

Nabootique Thu 19-Nov-15 09:17:43

It's OGX now, hopeful. I agree it is a lovely range. I've got loads of different ones from them.

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