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Good all round shampoo and conditioner for whole family

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iamghosted Thu 26-Oct-17 15:24:09

I want to find a shampoo and conditioner that we can all use.

I’m looking for a gentle daily shampoo and a silky smoothing conditioner suitable for longer length hair.

I used to use Aveda products a long time ago, but only used them on myself.

Currently using Aussie Mega and Pantene 2in1 and I’m not particularly impressed by either.

Henrysmycat Thu 26-Oct-17 16:01:58

From supermarket brands have a look at OGX.

SunFinished Thu 26-Oct-17 16:35:03

I use dove 2 in 1
Really happy with it and only £3!

iamghosted Thu 26-Oct-17 19:04:05

We can’t use dove products, they smell terrible on us!

My sister says the same.

ICantFindAFreeNickName2 Thu 26-Oct-17 22:51:54

I find Tresseme good for the price.

TheNumberfaker Thu 26-Oct-17 22:54:37

We all use the clear Herbal Essences shampoo and white conditioner. White Tea and mint, I think.

Jesstheblackandwhitecat Thu 26-Oct-17 22:57:29

I really like Neal's Yard rose shampoo and conditioner. Lovely and gentle and smells really nice.

whyareusernamessodifficult Thu 26-Oct-17 22:58:03

Alberto Balsam is good.
Really reasonably priced, range of scents and it’s one of the few brands that doesn’t make my thick, curly hair go frizzy and horrible.

fucksakefay Thu 26-Oct-17 22:59:40

Simple ?

EllieFredrickson Thu 26-Oct-17 22:59:41

Alberto Balsam here too. Cheap but does the job.

purplecollar Thu 26-Oct-17 23:02:38

I use Tresemme satin/silk something for myself but I don't like inflicting all those chemicals on my dc. So dh and they use Simple. It's very mild yet effective. It can be hard to find. Many place will have the shampoo but not the conditioner. Boots usually have both.

MazDazzle Thu 26-Oct-17 23:03:06

L’Oréal Elvive Clay (the light turquoise one).

HamSandWitches Thu 26-Oct-17 23:08:33

The Lidl shampoo and conditioner is good, the conditioner is fab. It's the cien one repair and care but they have others for dandruff and coloured hair.

SmartyPants0 Thu 26-Oct-17 23:12:31

I use Treseme shampoo and conditioner...
If anyone in you family has greasy or dry hair I would get one for them specifically for there hair types as unfortunately one size doesn't always fit all

Smeaton Thu 26-Oct-17 23:15:32

I can say Cien from Lidl is brilliant. I bought it in an emergency when away, but I've stuck with it on mine and DDs hair. She gets endless compliments about her beautiful hair. She is only 4 tho tbf.

Orangebird69 Thu 26-Oct-17 23:16:05

Herbal Essences is lovely. I used it on my 2yo ds's hair at dms one night - I've never seen his hair so shiny. Have now binned the baby shampoo!

HamSandWitches Thu 26-Oct-17 23:31:07

Smeaton same here, bought it on a whim as i normally use pantene or herbal essence, ive got 3 dds with waist length hair and I was shocked and how good the conditioner is, makes their hair look lovely. It's dirt cheap as well

fabulousfrancesca Fri 27-Oct-17 00:14:18

I just buy whatever’s on offer in the supermarket or grab some from the pound shop. We go through so much with 2 girls who swim multiple times a week that I can’t afford to buy the nice stuff anymore!

CharlieBoo Fri 27-Oct-17 07:11:03

Alberto balsam is brill makes my hair so shiny

iamghosted Fri 27-Oct-17 12:33:00

Thanks everyone.

I’ll have a look at Herbal Essence when I’m the supermarket.

Deecee1012 Sat 28-Oct-17 00:33:23

Alberto Balsam all the way...my hair is very thick and can frizz. Bought a bottle from the local pound shop and now won't use anything else!

WhatIsGoingOnNow Sat 28-Oct-17 09:40:18

Try P

43percentburnt Sat 28-Oct-17 09:43:51

Alberto balsam but Lidl do one which appears to be the same at 45p a bottle. Have tried lots of brands over the years but always prefer Alberto balsam!

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