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Trader Joe's moisturizing shampoo (Read 3026 times)
Skyfire
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Trader Joe's moisturizing shampoo
Jan 30th, 2009 at 9:56am
 
The bottle says nourish spa on it really big, and at the top it says trader joe's shampoo, balanced moisturizing.  It has no 'cones, no lauryl/eth sulfates, is cruelty free and uses some organic ingredients.  It was about $3.50 for a 16.9 oz(500mL) bottle

This shampoo didn't work for me.  I didn't get the sense that it was cleaning my quite oily scalp enough.  I shampoo twice a week, and by the evening of the day after washing my scalp was much greasier than I like, even when I did an ACV rince after.

It may work for you if your scalp is quite dry, and if you prefer organic/cruelty free/no 'cones/no sulfates products.
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Skyfire
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Re: Trader Joe's moisturizing shampoo
Reply #1 - Feb 19th, 2009 at 1:52pm
 
I've kept using this shampoo, and actually, it's not that bad.  Maybe my scalp was just adjusting to no sulfates.
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Fern
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Re: Trader Joe's moisturizing shampoo
Reply #2 - Feb 19th, 2009 at 7:53pm
 
I've used this, and it's not too bad. It's okay. :] I love the smell.  Grin
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cera
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Re: Trader Joe's moisturizing shampoo
Reply #3 - Mar 7th, 2009 at 3:40pm
 
Hi Skyfire!  Have you tried using regular white distilled vinegar, instead of apple cider vinegar?  I have oily skin too it seems, and the white distilled kept my scalp less oily:)  Just a thought Cheesy
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