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Re: Clarifying sulfate free shampoo that’s not expensive?


@jannabelle1 wrote:

Neutrogena has a nice clarifying shampoo, and I think it's sulfate free although I'm not positive. I get it at either Walgreen's or Walmart. I don't really think that $8 for a 15 oz. bottle at Sally's is expensive - sounds reasonable to me.


 

 

@jannabelle1   That’s the clarifying shampoo I use...the original clean your scalp and hair from all the “gunk”. Since I no longer color my hair, sulfate free is not an issue. I do find any clarifying shampoo quite drying and try not to use them more than one or twice a month.

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Re: Clarifying sulfate free shampoo that’s not expensive?


@butterfly123 wrote:

@panda1234 

I was looking for the sulfate free version of Suave for @Justholdingon.

 

Which one is it please and thank you.


@butterfly123   It says clarifying shampoo on the bottle and is blue in color.

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Re: Clarifying sulfate free shampoo that’s not expensive?


@Shanus wrote:

@jannabelle1 wrote:

Neutrogena has a nice clarifying shampoo, and I think it's sulfate free although I'm not positive. I get it at either Walgreen's or Walmart. I don't really think that $8 for a 15 oz. bottle at Sally's is expensive - sounds reasonable to me.


 

 

@jannabelle1   That’s the clarifying shampoo I use...the original clean your scalp and hair from all the “gunk”. Since I no longer color my hair, sulfate free is not an issue. I do find any clarifying shampoo quite drying and try not to use them more than one or twice a month.


@Shanus, before I started to let my curly hair be curly, I used sulfate shampoos. They had no effect on my having my roots colored. Now I use sulfate-free shampoo only because they are more gentle on my hair.

 

I didn't like some of the sulfate-free shampoos but thankfully found Curl Junkie's Gentle Cleansing shampoo and have been using it for several years now.

 

I don't need to clarify my hair because I also don't use any products that have the type of silicones that build up on hair and need sulfates to be removed.


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Re: Clarifying sulfate free shampoo that’s not expensive?

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Removing product build-up from hair can be done by mixing a tablespoon of baking soda into a regular amount of your shampoo. Wash and rinse like normal. Cheap and effective. If you color your hair then this will fade it the longer you leave it on your hair.