Spinoff: Protein removal

Does it take a sulfate to get rid of excess protein or will a betaine do the trick?
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I am wondering the same thing. Hopefully someone can fill us in.
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i am not sure of the correct answer either, but....

i am very protein sensitive. my hair hates it. i do know that if i inadvertantly use a protein containing leave in, shampoo, or conditioner, the dryness/brittleness resulting from it, washes away with any of my shampoos. (i use lots of different sulfate poos and non)

on the other hand, the dryness/brittleness that happens as a result of another ingredient (silicones or whatever), doesnt correct with one washing.
I am pretty darned sensitive to it, sadly.

I find that I don't have to wash it out as much as deep conidition my hair to get rid of the straw feeling.
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