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one week ago
78 posts

To be fair the water is really hard in my area so that could have something to do with it.

Also, is it weird that my hair actually seems nicer the days that I only rinse with water and don't actually use shampoo?

one week ago
92 posts

some shampoos don't work well in combination with hard water. I figured that out myself with liquid Dr. Bronners. The most bars work ok, no matter how soft or hard the water is. I bet S.E. has an idea what to try in your case!

one week ago
78 posts
I'm gonna try a couple of weeks of just rinsing every couple of days and not using any shampoo and see what happens.

I'll be updating my timeline in 2 weeks anyway so I'll mention how it's gone on there.
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6 days ago
28,329 posts

very hard water leaves calcium and other deposits. very hard water can destroy your plumbing even. often an inline filter is a far better option then a water softener. a filter where the water enters the house will save all the plumbing and improve the water for drinking too. but filters have to be replaced from time to time

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