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Sulphate free shampoo and conditioner

(23 Posts)
Dancergirl Wed 02-Dec-15 10:13:30

Can anyone recommend a good one please? I've been using Brazilian Keratin salt free aftercare shampoo and conditioner based on good Amazon reviews.....but it doesn't seem to get my hair that clean and it's got a frigging pump which is a faff.

Gileswithachainsaw Wed 02-Dec-15 10:15:18

have a look at the YES range.

Gileswithachainsaw Wed 02-Dec-15 10:16:21

Dancergirl Wed 02-Dec-15 10:17:51

Thanks, are all their shampoos salt free?

Gileswithachainsaw Wed 02-Dec-15 10:20:51

I've no idea.

you could always email and find out?

I use the carrot one on my dds and it leaves their hair lovely

sparechange Wed 02-Dec-15 10:24:13

The OGX range, which you can get from boots and Amazon
They do a brazillian keratin one, and a Moroccan oil one. Both are brilliant
It's £4.66 a bottle on Amazon and a bit more in boots

Dancergirl Wed 02-Dec-15 10:30:30

spare one review of the Organix brazilian keratin shampoo says it's not salt free!

sparechange Wed 02-Dec-15 11:09:05

Ingredients are listed here:

It contains a sulphinate but not any sulphates

TheWatchersCouncil Wed 02-Dec-15 11:49:38

I use Pureology.

FankEweVeryMuch Wed 02-Dec-15 13:38:05

I love the palmers coconut oil range which is sulphate free. It's not too heavy and gives a great shine. It's on offer on ocado at the moment or I know wilkinson a sell it too.

FankEweVeryMuch Wed 02-Dec-15 13:45:00

Actually I was just reading about the ingredients and it turns out that what they replace the sulphate with is just as harsh as SLS so don't take my advice above.

Pupsiecola Wed 02-Dec-15 21:10:25

Another vote for Pureology. Love their products. Not cheap but you only need a tiny amount. Am a total Kerastase convert.

Destinysdaughter Thu 03-Dec-15 11:33:48

Bodyshop Rainforest range is sulphate and silicone free and you can often get it at 40% off with the codes!

BettyBi0 Thu 03-Dec-15 12:08:19

The Treseme "naturals" shampoo is sulphate free and gets hair really clean. You need a good co dictionary after though and I think theirs has silicone in

BettyBi0 Thu 03-Dec-15 12:08:34

Conditioner I mean

Dancergirl Thu 03-Dec-15 12:31:45

Are all the pureology shampoos free from what I want to avoid (bit confused about all these different chemicals!)....?

BeaBoo Thu 03-Dec-15 12:39:53

Someone on here recommended Jason brand shampoo to me after I asked for SLS & sulphate free shampoo. I got a big bottle of shampoo and conditioner from Amazon, and they are really great. My hair has gone from being lank and weighed down by product build up to shiny and swishy! I got the lavender one which smells lovely but they do a few different ones.

Pringlesandwine Thu 03-Dec-15 12:47:23

Faith in nature do shampoo, conditioner and body washes. Only brand I can use on my sensitive skin.

FinallyHere Thu 03-Dec-15 14:06:10

Some, but not all of the Aveda range are free of sulphates and parabens, both of which make my scalp itch, work well for me.

Stevie77 Thu 03-Dec-15 14:17:22

Cowshed are sulphate free as are Aveda. Although I note the PP says not all their products are. Not sure how you'd find out as they don't have full ingredient list on their website.

TheWatchersCouncil Thu 03-Dec-15 14:38:21

I use pureology hydrate and it is fine for my Brazilian blow dry keratin treatment.

Faith in Nature hair products not all sulphate free, so be careful! (Their handwash is fantastic!)

FinallyHere Thu 03-Dec-15 15:03:42

Sorry, i knew i'd seen a statement from Aveda about ingredients. Took me a while to track it down, its on the .com rather than site

FinallyHere Thu 03-Dec-15 15:49:46

Hi, sorry, didn't mean to be confusing. I know that the Aveda products i use are paraben and SPS free but couldn't find the pdf on their site where i checked this out. I've now tracked it down as being on the .com, rather than site

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