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Maimcc 05-27-2012 04:18 PM

No protein co-wash? Help please.
 
Hello people! :)
Let me start by saying that my hair is type 2 and can either be a, b or c depending of how it is feeling the day I wash it.
I have low to medium porosity (I think) and Medium density.

I was wondering if anyone out there knows a good co-wash that is protein free. I do low-poo my hair with the Carol's Daughter Monoi shampoo (Sulfate free), but since it has already some protein in it I was in search for a Co-wash protein free.

Oh and I have an Oily scalp. I have to wash it every other day.

Any sugestions? Please? :)

brave 08-01-2012 01:19 PM

Suave Naturals, Tresemme Naturals, and the cheapo VO5 are all mostly protein free I believe. I know the coconut version of suave has some, not sure about VO5, and right now I use TN's volume one for washing and it is protein free (little more moisturizing than the other two). This is assuming you're in the US though.

Geek_Chic 08-01-2012 01:47 PM

Like Brave said, other than Tropical Coconut, all the Suave Naturals conditioners are protein free. VO5's Tea Therapy line is protein free, as are the Free Me Freesia, Sun-Kissed Raspberry, and Pomegranate and Grapeseed conditioners. VO5's Moisture Milks and Silky Experiences lines both have protein, as do the Kiwi Lime Squeeze and Shea Cashmere conditioners. Garnier Fructis's Pure Clean conditioner is also protein free, but it's also heavier than Suave or VO5 so it might be too much moisture for your scalp.


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