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Libertybelle67 04-07-2010 06:09 PM

Needing new cleanser, that won't make hair flat..
 
Ok, the KC Come Clean was too much to use every week, the conditioners have been making my head break out and my hair greasy looking and flat, the Jessicurl Hair Cleansing Cream is too heavy, and have tried the DevaCare Low Poo, all to no avail. I need a gentle cleanser that I can use about twice a week, that will clean but not strip, and won't make my hair overconditioned, flat and/or greasy. Anybody got anything that they think might help? Thanks!

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Pops G-Ma 04-07-2010 06:32 PM

I'm also thick, elastic and porous, and have trouble co washing weighing my hair down. For the last month I've been using curl junkie cleansing conditioner and have been having the best hair days since going CG. This cleanser not only cleans well but provides a great base for my other products. Since using this cleanser I low poo about every 10 days instead of every 5. Love love this stuff

SheBros 04-07-2010 06:51 PM

Another vote for Giovanni 50/50 for co-washing. I low-poo every 3-4 days with Avalon Organics Awaphu and Mango Shampoo.

tycho19 04-08-2010 08:47 AM

Try aquage silkening shampoo. Sulfate free and much less drying than other cleansers.
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Originally Posted by Libertybelle67 (Post 1312280)
Ok, the KC Come Clean was too much to use every week, the conditioners have been making my head break out and my hair greasy looking and flat, the Jessicurl Hair Cleansing Cream is too heavy, and have tried the DevaCare Low Poo, all to no avail. I need a gentle cleanser that I can use about twice a week, that will clean but not strip, and won't make my hair overconditioned, flat and/or greasy. Anybody got anything that they think might help? Thanks!


sveetiepie 04-08-2010 03:28 PM

Mop C Hydrating shampoo is very gentle.

Heather0kay 04-09-2010 09:58 AM

I love Morrocco Method poos. Also, I still swear by the water and washcloth method; it really gets hair clean and shiny!http://thephoenix.com/Boston/life/40141-no-poo-do/


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