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anti-residue SHAMPOOS!

spirit~being~☮
@spiritbeing
6 years ago
37 posts
Any one tried anti-residue shampoo? How is it compared to baking soda & acv rinse? Comments & ideas about different brands of anti-residue shampoos are greatly appreciated! I am interested in trying a anti-residue shampoo if it cleans well, but i'm unsure what kind of shampoo would do this. Thanks :)
updated by @spiritbeing: 02/14/15 04:23:03PM
☮ soaring eagle ॐ
@soaring-eagle
6 years ago
28,055 posts
theyre dsesigned to strip buildup but some do leave a residue themselves theyre for stripping away built iup conditioners gels hairsprays etc i hear diluted thety can be somewhat dread freindly i recimend em more to prepare for dreading not post dreading


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ExaltHimx7
@exalthimx7
6 years ago
338 posts
Hi'] I like to use Suave or v05 clarifying shampoos, diluted 1/4-1/3 shampoo, 3/4-2/3 water then I add about 1/2 teaspoon bs to the mix. I wash my hair maybe 3 times a week. This works really well for me...good luck!
BONES2
@bones2
6 years ago
45 posts
Yeah I just purchased pantene clarifying which says it removes build ups which does what S.E mentioned ... strips residues from hair (greece, product etc I was also wondering if it adds anything after taking greece and products out? Anyone in the uk know of any other non residue shampoo's?
spirit~being~☮
@spiritbeing
6 years ago
37 posts
Thanks for the posts everyone!! I have been using baking soda and acv rinse but im guessing I have 'hard water' because in my opinion, it does not seem to be cleaning or stripping away build up..So I want to try something else besides baking soda and acv rinse but I am unsure what to try..? :/ It seemed easier to wash my hair with the store brands shampoo for example like pantene or something..I am very active outside so I imagine build up is not going to be 100% preventable but i would like to try something else that would make my hair feel cleaner and overall be cleaner. More suggestions are greatly appreciated, thanks again! :))peace
Andelynn
@andelynn
6 years ago
50 posts
If you have a Sally's Beauty Supply near by - or any other similar type place - you can get Tea Tree shampoo for a really good price. I use this before I do the BS wash when I shower and I have had good success - at least as far as I know - lol! :)
spirit~being~☮
@spiritbeing
6 years ago
37 posts
Thanks Andelynn for your comment, I'm looking into different tea tree products and came upon BWC..Has anyone tried BWC "beauty without cruelty" products? I'm wondering if it's a good product to invest in..:) Thanks again for your comments
Cathy
@cathy
6 years ago
33 posts
If you're in the UK I would recommend trying Boots Build-up removal shampoo. I've been usig it for just over a year and am pleased with it :)
Frank Booth
@frank-booth
6 years ago
21 posts
I know it's contents aren't good for you,but I've had good results with Prell,though it can be difficult to rinse.
spirit~being~☮
@spiritbeing
6 years ago
37 posts

anyone tried fresh resin removal shampoo's? What about tea-tree shampoos? I'm having difficulty with the baking soda and acv rinse and need something asap! Thanks cathy and frank booth! You widen my variety of searches to do..Thanks again everyone for all the help! I hope my experience can in time help with someone else's experience because it's awful!! ;P peace

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