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I am looking for a shampoo for my synthetic-hair wig.  Any recs would be greatly appreciated.

 

 

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Registered: ‎07-18-2010

there are shampoos specifically for that, so just search for it on Amazon to see the options, they are called wig shampoos. Also this little clip:  "Baby shampoo is gentle enough to clean your wig if you do not have wig shampooavailable. Fill your sink with cold water and a small squirt of baby shampoo. Gently swish the combed out wig in the soapy water to remove the oil and dirt."

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@DeltaOne  Your wig should have come w/washing instructions in its packaging's.

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@DeltaOne  I have used beautimark products for my wigs. I don't know where I found them. I think sephora maybe.

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You can use a mild dishwashing liquid.  That what we always used in the salon.

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I use Revlon Texturizing Cleanser for synthetic hair.  A little goes a long way.  I bought mine at Sally's quite some time ago.  I don't know if they still carry it.

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Re: Wig Shampoo?

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When I was going through chemo and using a wig, I bought shampoo for wigs from the place I got the wig.

I really wouldn't trust anything else. 
eta - the brand was Brandywine, available at Amazon 

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Thanks, everyone, for your replies.