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What shampoo and conditioners are silicone and sulfate free ?

(29 Posts)
LardLizard Tue 09-Jan-18 19:33:41


Clickncollect Tue 09-Jan-18 19:38:05

Palmers cocoa butter shampoo and conditioner

babigailwabble Tue 09-Jan-18 20:54:09

Read the labels...?

anxiousnow Tue 09-Jan-18 22:11:39

Ogx range are good. I love the coconut

TheFallenMadonna Tue 09-Jan-18 22:12:15

Faith in Nature.

Jb291 Tue 09-Jan-18 22:14:36

Liz Earle hair range is good and free from parabens / sulphates

DarthNigel Tue 09-Jan-18 22:16:02

L'Oréal vitamino range-you can get it from amazon....quite spendy though but good stuff-my hairdresser recommended it after I had my hair keratin treated.

GummyGoddess Tue 09-Jan-18 22:19:33

Aldi conditioner is silicone free, the yes to cucumbers shampoo for coloured hair is sulfate free.

Another conditioner is the shea moisture one, they have normal and leave in conditioner.

Littlemissdemeanour Tue 09-Jan-18 22:20:14

Jason is the best brand I've used, very reasonable and fab results- and I've tried them all 😂

GummyGoddess Tue 09-Jan-18 22:21:43

And what I only found out in the last 6 months is that silicones end in -xane on ingredients as well as -one.

Ohyesiam Tue 09-Jan-18 22:22:43

Go to British curlies site, and shop from there

VelvetGreen Tue 09-Jan-18 22:24:04

Noughty (used to be Naked)

Theshipsong Wed 10-Jan-18 00:04:12

If you are on facebook, there is a group called 'Curly girls'. They mainly use conditioners only to 'wash' their hair but they have a long list of shampoos and conditioners that are free from both. Yes to Carrots is one that springs to mind.

SheGotBetteDavisEyes Wed 10-Jan-18 00:12:46

There's a Tresemme one (Naturals or something?) that is sulphate/silicone free. I use it for co-washing if I run out of Aveda.

OutToGetYou Wed 10-Jan-18 00:21:36

Moogoo - I find this nicer than Jason to be honest.

Alwaysinmyheart Wed 10-Jan-18 09:37:34

Cantu products are great!

Timmytoo Wed 10-Jan-18 09:42:48

Mark Anthony

LardLizard Thu 11-Jan-18 12:28:10

Great thanks for this list
Last time I got moorancan oil shampoo and conditioner
The turquoise one
By its. A bit expensive to use all the time

Jozxyqk Thu 11-Jan-18 12:32:11

Burts Bees do a sulphate free shampoo that is also suitable for babies as it does not sting if it gets in the eyes. It smells fairly pleasant too.

LardLizard Thu 11-Jan-18 18:23:03

Oh the mooacan conditionnisnt even silicone free I don’t think
I’m not sure ?!

LardLizard Thu 11-Jan-18 18:23:12


lasttimeround Thu 11-Jan-18 22:13:01

The Moroccan oil products in tbe blue packaging list a silicone as first ingredient. The one with -ane

FairyFuckDailyMail Thu 11-Jan-18 22:17:22

Most of the Cantu ones in boots and if you have a TK Maxx nearby I buy most of my ones there. Much cheaper and bigger bottles for under £10

LardLizard Sat 13-Jan-18 00:35:18

Oh ffs wasted 40 quid on that shit hairdresser told me it was silicone free😡

lasttimeround Sat 13-Jan-18 08:29:55

The first 3 ingredients are silicone. There is some arrange oil in there but basically moroccan oil works via silicone

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