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Silicone-free shampoo and conditioner advice needed!

(16 Posts)
Justputyourshoesonnow Mon 16-Jan-17 15:47:52

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TheMasterNotMargarita Mon 16-Jan-17 15:49:59

Pureology

PinkSwimGoggles Mon 16-Jan-17 15:50:21

dr organics range from h&b

Doobigetta Mon 16-Jan-17 18:18:21

L'Oreal Pure. It's incredibly difficult to find conditioner without silicone, but this is one.

Doobigetta Mon 16-Jan-17 18:19:08

I think the correct name is EverPure, sorry.

LittleOyster Mon 16-Jan-17 18:19:21

House of Mistry Aloe Vera & Jojoba Oil shampoo and conditioner.

Ktay Mon 16-Jan-17 18:26:50

Agree about dr organics

margaritasbythesea Mon 16-Jan-17 18:55:52

I have tried a fair few over the years. You may find you have to try some different ones befor you find one you like. I didnt get in with Dr Organics or Everpure ir the Body Shop Rainforest ibe but i did like House of Mistry and i like the Yves Rocher ine I am currently using. There is a tresemme one which is rated but i cant remember what it is called.

PurpleNurple69 Mon 16-Jan-17 19:16:30

Tigi Bedhead Colour Goddess or the blonde version. Osmo is good too.

I went SLS free a couple of years ago as I was getting a lot of lumps around my hairline and a few on my scalp. Never had them since.

babymouse Mon 16-Jan-17 19:22:26

Treseme has a pretty decent silicone free conditioner (I think it is the naturals range)

AwkwardSquad Mon 16-Jan-17 19:42:41

Green People or Korres.

QueenoftheAndals Mon 16-Jan-17 20:09:12

The Yes To range.

PurpleNurple69 Mon 16-Jan-17 20:52:47

Ignore my post completely. What a lot of shite! I got my silicones mixed up with my sodium lauryl sulphates!

Sorry! blush

penguinpurple Mon 16-Jan-17 21:12:59

Moogoo think you have to buy online. It did take me a few washes to get used to it but now I like it and haven't had a flare up of eczema since using it (to be fair not that long so could well be coincidence! )

QueenRefusenik Mon 16-Jan-17 21:23:43

Tresemme naturals coconut shampoo and perfectly (un)done conditioner if you don't want to pay an arm and a leg!

MouseClogs Tue 17-Jan-17 03:38:55

Another vote for MooGoo.

I adore it.

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