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Rawr4Cookiez 03-15-2013 05:26 PM

Hair to thin for co-washing?
 
I decide to stop using my shampoo and only wash my hair with conditioner only, but when I do, my hair is so thin that I have bald spots. I have oily hair and have to wash it with shampoo but I don't have any money right now to get sulfate free shampoo. What can I do? I really like washing my hair with condition since it makes my curls define and bouncy.

jsuzkelley 03-16-2013 01:07 AM

You could try washing just the roots with shampoo and conditioner washing the length - just until you can get a sulfate free poo. Some people will add a little oil to their sulfate poo to keep it from stripping their hair.

Lynaea 03-17-2013 05:23 AM

I have found that using lo-sulfate poo's and co-washing has made my scalp less oily. I have much better luck with those labeled as cowash or cleansing conditioner then using a regular conditioner. When you can, it might be worth it to try one of those.


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