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FranksBobot Thu 22-Feb-18 20:30:02

My dd is nearly 12 and hormones are hitting hard!
She has the loveliest long thick hair but it so unbelievably greasy.

Can anyone recommend a really good shampoo for greasy hair? Cost not an issue if it sorts the problem.

Partyfops Thu 22-Feb-18 20:38:09

Try baby shampoo?

FranksBobot Thu 22-Feb-18 20:42:25

Tried Johnson's baby Shampoo, it didn't help at all, we've also tried head and shoulders and dove

halfwitpicker Thu 22-Feb-18 20:43:42

Redken Cleansing Creme.... It's expensive but does work.

Also, Alberto Balsam Tea Tree Tingle shampoo is good too.

halfwitpicker Thu 22-Feb-18 20:44:09

A good tip is to wash it twice.

PurpleDaisies Thu 22-Feb-18 20:44:55

Aussie works well for me

LaCerbiatta Thu 22-Feb-18 20:45:48

Elvive Clay is very good.

Chipsahoy Thu 22-Feb-18 20:45:54

Loreal elvive clay shampoo. It's in a green bottle.
I had unbelievably greasy hair when I had my coil removed. Damn hormones. Ended up with huge nasty cysts all around my scalp. Switched to the clay shampoo and it cleared right up. Can also go three days between washes.
Worth a shot. Or medicated shampoo dries hair out...

MrsElvis Thu 22-Feb-18 20:47:23

Do Body shop still make ice blue shampoo? That's very good

Klobuchar Thu 22-Feb-18 20:48:11

Wash twice and go easy on the conditioner. Try to avoid putting any on the roots.

flibbertigibbety Thu 22-Feb-18 20:50:57

Ive just started using a solid shampoo bar from Lush called Montalbano and it is helping massively, don't need to wash my hair everyday anymore! I think it's got loads of lemon oil in it which makes it squeaky clean...

FranksBobot Thu 22-Feb-18 20:55:19

Thanks for the suggestions, I will make a list and work my way through it.
She doesn't use conditioner for this reason but will also try the washing twice.

Ofthread Thu 22-Feb-18 21:04:31

Rosemary shampoo from Faith in Nature.

madmomma Thu 22-Feb-18 21:12:59

The old version of fairy liquid (not the platinum one) with a light conditioner after.

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