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Old 05-22-2013, 06:58 PM   #1
 
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Hello, i decided i might try to use a shampoo and conditioner specifically for curly hair. I went to woolworths the other day and i could not find any. The best i found was a purple herbal essence bottle for wavy hair.
Just wondering what other people use?
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Old 05-23-2013, 04:12 AM   #2
 
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I don't use curl-specific shampoos and conditioners. I have a nasty scalp (psoriasis) and use shampoo for that, so can't help you there, and for conditioner I use Tresemme Naturals moisturising.
There's all sorts in Hairhouse Warehouse or Price Attack if you want something for curly hair.
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Old 05-23-2013, 04:33 AM   #3
 
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I really love Natural Organics, its cost about $3-4 at Coles. I find that if I focus on hydration my curls turn out better, so I use the Natural Organics Nourishing.

This product is not CG friendly, it has however been wonderful for my hair. I low-poo about once a week and co-wash when needed. It's what I call and ethical buy (which means a lot to me )

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Old 05-25-2013, 07:04 AM   #4
 
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Hi, I have psoriasis on my scalp too! But i have never used a shampoo for it. I dont know which would be more beneficial, psoriasis shampoo or curl shampoo.
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I really love Natural Organics, its cost about $3-4 at Coles. I find that if I focus on hydration my curls turn out better, so I use the Natural Organics Nourishing.

This product is not CG friendly, it has however been wonderful for my hair. I low-poo about once a week and co-wash when needed. It's what I call and ethical buy (which means a lot to me )

Organic Care | Haircare | Our Products | Nature's Organics
I might try that one then next time, i guess i will try a few and see what works out best!
thanks
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I really love Natural Organics, its cost about $3-4 at Coles. I find that if I focus on hydration my curls turn out better, so I use the Natural Organics Nourishing.

This product is not CG friendly, it has however been wonderful for my hair. I low-poo about once a week and co-wash when needed. It's what I call and ethical buy (which means a lot to me )

Organic Care | Haircare | Our Products | Nature's Organics
I might try that one then next time, i guess i will try a few and see what works out best!
thanks
Yeah, I second the Nature's Organics nourishing conditioner. This right here outperforms many high end brands. I have super dry hair and it moisturises well without much product.
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