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Hair and body wash?

(8 Posts)
RedRosie Sat 04-Nov-17 18:29:49

Hello Gurus.

Is there a product which means I can 'Take one bottle into the shower?'. I have a newly remodelled bathroom - bath out, small corner shower in to create storage (I love it) but it's not very spacious at all, and I don't want to drill holes for baskets in my beautiful porcelain silver-grey tiles (the sticky on things do not work for longer than an hour, ever).

Such a thing would be gentle, and SLS/cruelty free ideally. I don't use conditioner.

Any ideas? A recommendation or two would be so much nicer than endless trial and error.

Many thanks. smile

mrsharrison Sat 04-Nov-17 18:50:29

Dr Bronners liquid soap is lovely. It claims to have about 20 different uses. It's a fab product and comes in differents scents (genuine essential oils). TKA Max often stocks it.

Madreputa Sat 04-Nov-17 18:55:35

Just buy a good shampoo and use it as a body wash too. It doesn't really work the other way around but shampoos can be used as body washes.

RedRosie Sat 04-Nov-17 19:07:19

I'll look into those. Many thanks. I hadn't even thought of the shampoo as a body wash angle ... I guess they are basically the same ...?

guiltynetter Sat 04-Nov-17 19:09:55

all the philosophy stuff is multi use.

i know this as it usually puts me off! but could be perfect for you.

guiltynetter Sat 04-Nov-17 19:27:11

sorry i’m not sure if it’s cruelty free

BulletFox Sat 04-Nov-17 19:46:19

Korres linseed shampoo is really good. I frequently use it all over, it smells lovely, is ethical and quite conditioning

RedRosie Sat 04-Nov-17 21:37:52

Thanks all! Loads to look into here ...

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