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Reply #30 - Aug 12th, 2004 at 12:09pm
 
Thank you bikerbraid for these vast lists of ingredients - extremily generous of you to have taken the time to type all that up - and very helpful for the rest of us  Smiley
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Reply #31 - Jan 13th, 2005 at 6:27pm
 
I don't like the possibility of silicone building up on my scalp, especially since my hair isn't thick anyway.  I bought Jason Johoba shampoo thinking it would be good, but it has dimethicone in it, so I don't want to use it.
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Reply #32 - Jan 16th, 2005 at 1:40am
 
*Looks at list*

Propane - A natural propellant

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Reply #33 - May 2nd, 2005 at 6:51am
 
I just noticed this thread! I was wondering about all the hair product ingredients but didn't find it in me to go look for all those. Grin

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Reply #34 - Aug 16th, 2005 at 6:23pm
 
From a proffetional point of view, I can't speak for store bought stuff, as it has been a long time since i have used any, but most will have more fillers and silicones as biker brade has mentioned.

I will usally recomend to all a proffetional Clarifing shampoo. these are a few reasons

Depending on your location, hard water build up, inexpensive product bui;d up, medication build up, Cloreen build up.

I recommend useing this with a good moisture condioner once every 2 weeks un less you have a water softner and then just once a month.
You should get immediate results.
sorry my spelling sucks!
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Reply #35 - Oct 14th, 2005 at 2:37pm
 
How about keratin?  A family member gave me a bag full of shampoos that I guess she didn't care for (my fam's very good for doing things like this, half-a-bottle of shampoo, half-a-box of rice, half-a-bag of lentils...so so wierd)...ANYWAY...there were a few bottles of a shampoo called ABBA with human keratin added.  I don't think I'll use it, it really kind of grosses me out, and it's something that I would probably never buy.  However, it did peak my curiosity as to if adding human keratin into a product could actually be beneficial if used that way.  Just wondering if anyone has any input on this.

Here is an interesting and informative page link regarding keratin, I just took a moment to google it before finishing this post:

http://www-biol.paisley.ac.uk/courses/stfunmac/reading/keratin.htm

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Reply #36 - Nov 16th, 2006 at 1:48pm
 
I've just checked my schampoo and conditioner to this list (I use the Body Shop's Honey-stuff) and it scored rather good I must say...  Cool
No pure -cones at all and many organic ingredients. And though it's quite expensive, I'm only fifteen=poor, one bottle lasts forever (half a year that is). Roll Eyes

Thanks Bikerbraid!  Cheesy
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Reply #37 - May 17th, 2008 at 12:31pm
 
Thank you bikerbraid. I've been away for so long and now Im back to the boards (hair is getting longer, almost shoulder length, and it's acting out again with this change of seasons... grrr)
That list is hepful! I am tempted to try aloe vera gel and jojoba oil, as many people have mentioned on these boards before.~
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Reply #38 - Jun 1st, 2008 at 3:04pm
 
I use Pantene as well, and I haven't found any problems with it.  My hair is very curly and I find that it keeps it from tangling.  I am careful to condition it very well afterwards (I checked, the Anti Frizz doesn't have cones in the conditioner and only dimethicone in the shampoo).
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Re: Hair Product ingredients
Reply #39 - Jul 10th, 2008 at 8:19am
 
UP_Lisa wrote on Jan 13th, 2005 at 6:27pm:
I bought Jason Johoba shampoo thinking it would be good, but it has dimethicone in it, so I don't want to use it.


I don't have that Jason shampoo, but I do use the Jason Lavender strengthening S& C, and my hair seems to like it. I'm also addicted the the scent of lavender!
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