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girlcat36 01-11-2007 04:52 PM

cg shampoos
 
Is there actually a cone-free, protein-free, sulfate-free shampoo out there that can be bought in a store (not online). I'm beginning to think that it doesn't exist.

Kurlee 01-11-2007 04:55 PM

They are hard to find. Especially the "not online" and the "protein free" part.

I have to say I don't know of one. Maybe Burt's Bees?

SmallFry 01-12-2007 03:29 PM

I thought Cream of Nature met your requirements. Anyway, if not, some baby shampoos meet your requirements. But just be sure to check the ingredients because some are not as gentle as they seem.

Check this one out, I think it's safe; and you should be able to pick it up at a drugstore or something similar.
http://www.drugstore.com/products/pr...-PLST-0-SEARCH

Brio 01-12-2007 04:07 PM

health food stores are a good source for sulphate-free cleansers.

I've been using the Desert Essence Italian Grape Shampoo. I know it's sulphate free and cone free. From looking at the ingredients, I think it's protein free, too.

Kiss My Face and Nature's Gate are some other brands you can look at as well.

wild_sasparilla 01-12-2007 04:31 PM

Two words: Trader Joe's.

Man, I am DYING to go take my own advice. *clicks heels* There's no place like Joe's, there's no place like Joe's, there's no place li --

Darn.

lushaholic 01-12-2007 05:05 PM

Brio, how are you liking the DE Italian Grape shampoo? I had no idea it was sulfate free! Are you also using the matching conditioner?

Brio 01-12-2007 06:09 PM

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Originally Posted by lushaholic
Brio, how are you liking the DE Italian Grape shampoo? I had no idea it was sulfate free! Are you also using the matching conditioner?

I bought both the Italian Grape shampoo & the conditioner. I didn't care too much for the conditioner. I didn't think it had enough slip to detangle my hair. I only used it a couple of times, though, and then my daughter came to visit, tried it, liked it, and took it home with her. I shampoo a few times a month, depending on what I'm putting in my hair. It seems to be gentle. I know it doesn't lather like regular shampoo.

I'm looking again at the ingredients. Maybe I was wrong. Does this count as a sulphate? Sodium Coco-Sulfate.

Brio 01-12-2007 06:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Brio
Quote:

Originally Posted by lushaholic
Brio, how are you liking the DE Italian Grape shampoo? I had no idea it was sulfate free! Are you also using the matching conditioner?

I bought both the Italian Grape shampoo & the conditioner. I didn't care too much for the conditioner. I didn't think it had enough slip to detangle my hair. I only used it a couple of times, though, and then my daughter came to visit, tried it, liked it, and took it home with her. I shampoo a few times a month, depending on what I'm putting in my hair. It seems to be gentle. I know it doesn't lather like regular shampoo.

I'm looking again at the ingredients. Maybe I was wrong. Does this count as a sulphate? Sodium Coco-Sulfate.

I googled for the ingredients:

Aqueous Infusion of
Certified Organic Extracts:, Vitis Vinifera (Grape), Urtica
Dioica (Nettle), Macrocystic Pyrifera (Grape), Cocamidopropyl
Betaine (coconut derived), Sodium Coco Sulfate (coconut
derived), Decyl Gulcoside (vegetable derived), Polyquaternium-7
(coconut derived), Resveratrol, Red Wine Extract, Panthenol,
Vitis Vinifera Seed Oil, Proprietary Blend of Natural Essential
Oils, Citric Acid, Sodium Chloride, Phenoxyethanol, Potassium
Glutamate, Postassium Sorbate

copied from: http://vitanetonline.com/description...Grape-Shampoo/


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