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Thread: Rosemary shampoos, ingredients help

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    Lacemaking longhair MusicalSpoons's Avatar
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    Default Re: Rosemary shampoos, ingredients help

    When I tried out the Faith in Nature shampoo my scalp was still a bit sensitive, but the shampoo was too stripping for me. If you go with the FiN I would recommend making sure to use a thick, rich conditioner afterwards that you know your hair likes (I haven't tried their normal conditioners).

    Between the other two, the main difference I can see is that the Avalon one contains protein and the Petal Fresh one doesn't. The Avalon one also has a couple of resin extracts which gut instinct says to me might build up a bit quicker than the Petal Fresh, but I could be completely wrong - and even if it is the case, it may not be a *problem*, just something to be aware of.
    Length goal well and truly met, now just seeing how it grows ...
    Picky scalp but easygoing hair, thank goodness

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    Default Re: Rosemary shampoos, ingredients help

    Thanks for your reaction!
    I still haven't made up my mind.
    For now I will start the essential oils treatment. Mixing it according to the recipe I found here, let it soak in and then my regular shampoo.

    I think I would go with only one of these shampoos if I am going to change up my products, and not the conditioners.


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