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11-02-2012
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^ I have both Rainforest Moisture and Rainforest Brillance, I like Brillance a lot more ! It makes my hair shiny and soft, while Moisture leaves my ends just as dry as before.

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^thanks CielDeLit I read the same while asking on the Body Shop topic... glad to hear the brilliance is better on that matters I might try that one then...

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Loving the Rainforest Shine Shampoo & the Rainforest Radiance Detangling Spray
Thinking about getting next the Rainforest Radiance Hair Butter next week...
Anybody has tried it?

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Bumble & Bumble's new color minded shampoo is sulfate-free

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Been using the rainforest collection for a while now... shampoo, hair butter! the one i spent tons and tons... & the detangling Spray... pretty happy with it I avoided a haircut with that and other products from a hairdresser brand combined

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aveeno has a new shampoo and conditioner that is sulfate free. i havent tried it yet.

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^^ I found it did nothing to my hair after almost a year of use, I actually felt the texture kind of.. rough, or just less soft. It probably has nothing to do with the actual shampoo as I started using it around the same time I changed a lot of things (colorist, serum, flat iron, diet, etc. ).

Every time I'd go to the supermarket I'd see L'Oreal's (a brand I normally don't touch) EverPure line staring at me so I finally decided it to try it a couple months ago and I can't stop now.. I love how soft my hair feels and it's passed the 'summer test' (twice a day showers- mandatory here but scalp killers with regular shampoo). I feel guilty using L'Oreal for some reason so I'm not sure I'd recommend it to anyone but it's worked for me.. I plan to stick to it for some time.

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Bangstyle hair products.
Absolutely looooove them!!
I have the smoothing shampoo and conditioner.

http://www.bangstyle.com/u/bangstyle-u-products/
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I've been more and more interested in sulfate free/ more natural shampoos and conditioners, as I keep hearing more and more bad things about the stuff that's in most brands.
What I was wondering is if anybody has any experiences with these kinds of shampoos? I've tried the sugar beet shampoo from Burt's Bees and it was alright but nothing fantastic.
I've heard great things about John Masters Organics and ABBA brand but wanted to know if anyone here has any feedback on sulfate free/more natural brands they've tried.
Now I am going to add something else for you, I read it yesterday: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/ar...r-disease.html

Any thoughts people?

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I bought a Shea Moisture shampoo and a conditioner.
I'm in love!

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I've been more and more interested in sulfate free/ more natural shampoos and conditioners, as I keep hearing more and more bad things about the stuff that's in most brands.
What I was wondering is if anybody has any experiences with these kinds of shampoos? I've tried the sugar beet shampoo from Burt's Bees and it was alright but nothing fantastic.
I've heard great things about John Masters Organics and ABBA brand but wanted to know if anyone here has any feedback on sulfate free/more natural brands they've tried.
I have never used Burt's Bees sugar beet shampoo or John Masters Organics and ABBA brand so cannot comment on them. After a breast cancer op in Oct 2013 I started to look at ALL ingredients in everything I use that touches my skin or that I ingested. I changed to Pro Naturals Hair Repair System having checked the ingredients online. This product has restored my hair well I really love the Argan Oil leave in treatment.

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I bought a Shea Moisture shampoo and a conditioner.
I'm in love!
which one did you get? i have the shea moisture africa black soap shampoo & conditioner but i don't like it. i have to use enormous amounts of it and the conditioner doesnt detangle my hair.

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^ Oh really? I'm scared to get this one line, too afraid it'll dry my hair out big time.
I bought the Raw Shea Butter Moisture Retention Shampoo and the Yucca & Plantain Anti-Breakage Strengthening Conditioner.

Both combined leave my hair hydrated yet not greasy, it feels light and well detangled. And shiny!

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I've been more and more interested in sulfate free/ more natural shampoos and conditioners, as I keep hearing more and more bad things about the stuff that's in most brands.
What I was wondering is if anybody has any experiences with these kinds of shampoos? I've tried the sugar beet shampoo from Burt's Bees and it was alright but nothing fantastic.
I've heard great things about John Masters Organics and ABBA brand but wanted to know if anyone here has any feedback on sulfate free/more natural brands they've tried.
Since my previous post to this thread I have come across a website that I use religiously to check out ingredients and I hope it will help you too http://tightlycurly.com/ingredients/

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