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Shampoos and what not...

batt
@batt
4 years ago
13 posts

i was looking around looking for some kind of non residue shampoo and stumbled upon a product which looks to be locally produced. the ingredients looks to be alright but i wanted to check with guys first before i give it a go. any input would be very much appreciated.

aqua, sodium cocoyl isethionate (coconut derived), decyl glucoside (coconut derived), sodium lactate (sugarcane derived), sodium gluconate (sugarcane derived), guar gum , Cocos nucifera (coconut) nectar, dicaprylyl ether (vegetable derived), Persea Americana (avocado) oil, levulinic acid (rice or corn derived), natural fragrance oil, hydrolyzed wheat protein, sodium phytate (rice derived), anisic acid (anise seed derived), citric acid


updated by @batt: 01/13/15 09:45:27PM
Kelly3
@kelly3
4 years ago
337 posts

I don't see anything that I know to be bad. So, seems fine to me.

Tim5
@tim5
4 years ago
359 posts

I am not an expert, but it sounds quite good. What is the name? I hope one of the experts has a look at the ingredients and gives an opinion.

om shanti

batt
@batt
4 years ago
13 posts

anyone else think this is alright to use?

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
@soaring-eagle
4 years ago
27,886 posts

im not so sure about 1 or 2 ofthem so id want heather to weigh in 1st to =be certain

is it intended as a shampoo or body soap

the citric acid im not sure would be good even tho i6tts a small ammount as a hand soap tho it probly would clean very well




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batt
@batt
4 years ago
13 posts

well its definitely a shampoo... they label it as a Natural Strengthening Shampoo.

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