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Shampoos are cleansing agents for hair and scalp. Some herbal mixtures that are specifically used for cleansing hair and scalp will be included here as well. If you've tried any of these shampoos or have tried new ones you'd like to see listed, we would like to have your review included! Please click on PRODUCT REVIEWS to send your review to us!





Alberto VO5


So far is the only shampoo I can use without having an itch attack!Seems to clean my hair well(scalp only now).


Big Sexy Hair – Shampoo

I loooooove this shampoo - along with the matching conditioner. It doesn't strip my hair so that it is squeeky clean and I like that. The smell is very mild: I hardly notice it - and the lather is what I would call "medium". I've used many natural shampoos that have next to no lather and non-natural ones that bubble up like crazy. This one falls somewhere in between. But the main thing I like about the shampoo/conditioner combo is how it makes my hair feel and look. I have a lot of fine, waist length hair that is colored - and while it doesn't make my hair "big" like the label claims, it does feel a bit fuller (even though I never blow dry it). But, most notable is that my hair is shinier and very moisturized looking and I can always wear it down. I recently switched from it to another shampoo I used to use and my hair seemed dry and limp in comparison and I had to pull it back into a ponytail all day. (And I used to love the other shampoo!) I highly recommend the shampoo when used with the conditioner.


It’s not all natural, but has some good stuff in it. For those of you who don’t use all natural products (and don’t mind a cone) – and who won’t mind the tacky packaging – I recommend it!

Here are the ingredients:

Big Sexy Hair – Shampoo
Water (Aqua), Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sodium Isostearoamphopropionate, Disodium Cocamido MIPA-Sulfosuccinate, Hydrolyzed Whole Wheat Protein, Hydrolyzed Wheat Starch, Cucumis Sativus Fruit Extract (Cucumber), Salvia Officinalis Leaf Extract (Sage), Urtica Dioica Extract (Nettle), Antehmis Nobilis Flower Extract (Chamomile), Humulus Lupulus Extract (Hops), Rosmariuns Officinalis Leaf Extract (Rosemary), Melissa Officinalis Leaf Extract (Balm Mint), Achillea Millefolium Extract (Yarrow), Panthenol (ProVitamin B5), Glycerin, Phytantriol, DMDM Hydantoin, Fragrance, Citric Acid, Sodium Chloride

Big Sexy Hair – Conditioner
Deionized Water, Comfrey Tea, Methyl Gluceth 10, Dicetyldimonium Chloride, Hydrolized Whole Wheat Protein, Panthenol (Pro Vitamin B5), Phytantriol, Retinyl Palmitate (Vitamin A), Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E), Ceteareth 20, Stearamidopropyl Dimethylamine Lactate, 1-Hexadecanol, Cyclomethicone, Methylparaben, Quaternium-15, Fragrance

Avrilon - 2a - Slightly wavy with body
F - fine
ii - normal volume, 3.75" ponytail

Body Shop

Honey Moisturizing Shampoo and Conditioner

I was VERY impressed with these products. I'm a very "smelly" person and I think these products smell GREAT.

How I used it:
I wet my hair and used the shampoo only on my scalp, then let it rinse out all over my hair. It really is very moisturizing! Then I used the conditioner just on the length and rinsed it out. It wasn't as conditioning as I thought it would be - it's moisturizing, but I thought it would be more like a deep conditioner. However, this would be a great conditioner to not wash out completely if you use that method.

There are way too many ingredients for me to type out the whole list, but I thought I'd mention that there are some cones. Phenethyl dimethicone is present in both, and amodimethicone is in the conditioner.

If I was looking for a shampoo and conditioner and wasn't satisified with my current routine (which is using mainly herbs and oils to cleanse and condition my hair), I would probably pick this. I'm not sure if the conditioner would be my first choice, but this is by far the most conditioning shampoo I've ever tried. My scalp hair is looking really shiny (no conditioner went there, only shampoo), and the length feels fluffy and very soft, like silk .



Chagrin Valley Shampoo Bars

Honey, Beer, and Egg Shampoo Bar

I am a big fan of natural products, so I was very anxious to try out Ida's natural shampoo bars! I have to say that I was very impressed. I tried the Honey, Beer, and Egg bar first. It has no added fragrances, only natural scents from the great ingredients. The scent is clean, but understated; not in anyway overpowering. This would be a great bar for someone who is sensitive to varying scents. The bar lathered in my hair well. I shampooed only the scalp area, as is my normal routine. It does leave the hair feeling "different", very clean, but not stripped. I followed with a mild vinegar rinse and conditioned as usual. My hair turned out great! In fact, since using Ida's shampoo bars I have been able to wash less often. I am quite pleased. I'll have to leave a review for her soaps and service on our online merchants review page. Overall, I am very pleased with this natural alternative to traditional shampoos! If you like natural things, I'm sure you will enjoy it too!

Fox 2b/cFii

Nettle Shampoo Bar

At first I was skeptic and thought it might leave my hair dry and tangly, but to my surprise it was easy to comb out , even with no conditioner. The first time I shampooed I didn't have much lather. Two days later, I shampooed again and the lather was better. Two days after that, I had lots of lather. I guess my hair had lots of build up, but this shampoo bar has taken care of that and it feels great. I think it was because I had a lot of hair spray in my hair. My hair felt clean and I loved using the shampoo bar.

Patti -1aFi

Chamomile and Citrus Shampoo Bar

The smell of this was so refreshing. It makes you want to shampoo your hair even if it does not need it. I only wish there was a rinse or conditioner that left the smell in your hair all day, so that the refreshing smell could keep you refreshed all day and not just in the shower. I also tried the Sweet Basil soap and it made my skin feel great. I have dry skin and this left it feeling soft and smooth.

Patti -1aFi

Creme of Nature

I was in Wal-Mart looking for an inexpensive, off the shelf, no SLS type shampoo. This is a very hard task! I stumbled across a shampoo in the Ethnic section called Creme of Nature Conditioning/Detangling Shampoo. I read the ingredients and found that they used decyl polyglucose as a base! Perfect! I love that lathering agent. They had two different bottles, same names, different color labels. I chose red because I think the blue one had a "cone" in it. The scent is very plain, so perhaps boring to most. You can add essential oil to it in order to spice it up if you like. I do that sometimes. I found this shampoo to be incredibly conditioning without leaving your hair oily or limp. It even makes your length feel soft. Even though I rarely wash my length, when I do, this is the stuff I use! If you have problems with dry hair, or just want something really conditioning, try Creme of Nature!

Fox 2b/cFii

Fox turned me onto the Creme of Nature Shampoo. I would never have thought to look in the ethnic hair section for products. Most of the conditioning and styling products contain mineral oil/petroleum jelly but there are a few interesting products and one of them is the Creme of Nature Shampoo (made by a company owed by Revlon by the way). I think it's absolutly the best shampoo I've used during the past year. I can shampoo my length without worrying about overdrying/tangling it, and although it feels so conditioning on my scalp it doesn't seem to weigh my hair down near the scalp. It's the perfect shampoo in my opinion. Makes it feel like you're washing with soft water.

Martine 2aFii

Fox suggested this to me, and I love it. My hair was badly neglected, even though I conditioned it and used a leave-in conditioner. Creme of Nature Professional shampoo is super rich, I needed very little of it to wash even the length of my hair. It even looks yummy. I could run my fingers through my wet hair right after using it, that has never happened before. My hair was super dry. My DH used it, his hair has to be washed every day because it's a bit oily. He used the Creme of Nature yesterday and didn't do a thing with his hair today, by this evening it was still looking fantastic. I repeat, I LOVE this stuff.


I LOVE this shampoo. I've only used it once, so I'd like to try it a few more times. But, initial results have been fabulous.

It lathered well and spread very easily throughout my hair so I didn't feel any pulling or tugging like I sometimes feel with non-SLS shampoos. I used the no cone normal hair formula. It really is very moisturizing, much more so than other 'moisturizing' formulas. The smell is not at all unpleasant, but nothing to rave about either, IMO. I may add my own scent to, but could definately just use it as is also.

I used it after letting AO GPB sit on my wet hair for about 5 minutes, I rinsed my scalp area and then applied the shampoo, rinsed well and used AO Island Naturals Creme Rinse. My hair had a pretty good amount of oil on it when I started since I'd oiled the length in the morning a few hours before washing, I also use some oils to scalp massage on wash days. So, while it actually cleaned my hair very well while leaving lots of moisture in. My hair has lots of body, bounce, shine and is so silky and soft!

I am very impressed with this shampoo so far and will definately see how my hair does over the next few days and then the next few washes with this, but I think it's definately going to be a keeper!!

Jennifer 2B/M/ii



Doctor Burt's Feeling Flaky? Shampoo

I have weird skin. When I get dandruff-y, whatever I use to try and help usually makes it worse. Usually I end up doing what I normally do and just waiting until whatever it is goes away by itself.

Enter Dr. Burt's Feeling Flaky? I saw it at Long's, read the ingredients and decided to try it. I love it. It works on me, something nothing else does. It smells good (although it's the only Burt's Bees product I can think of that doesn't smell like something I'd like to eat with a spoon ). It's a little thin and doesn't lather much, but overall, I like it.

Ingredients: vegetable glycerin, lemon fruit water, sugar and coconut cleanser, sugar and corn cleanser, willowbark extract, peppermint leaf extract, willow leaf extract, burdock root extract, nettle leaf extract, yucca extract, cedar leaf oil, tea tree oil, lemon oil, rosemary oil, juniper oil, peppermint oil, xanthan gum, sugar and natural enzymes.

It only took a couple of washes to completely clear up the breakout and it leaves my hair feeling nice, too-not all dry and crunchy like the usual dandruff shampoos do. I'll definitely be keeping a bottle of this in my cupboard!

Dove Shampoo

"Normal and Color Treated"

Dove hair shampoo (there are different types, for oily hair, colored, dandruff,
dry and normal hair). The one I was using was for NORMAL hair.
This shampoo (as all Dove products) has a very strong fragrance. I love the smell
of it, but if you don't like having strongly perfumed hair for a few days you
should be careful. I think it is quite good shampoo, maybe a bit too strong. It leaves the hair
very silky, with lots of shine.

My mum is using the one for COLORED hair and it is definitely the best thing
for her. She has tried many of those shampoos for colored hair and this one is
the best. It leaves her hair shiny, it doesn't dry colored hair, it preserves
the color and it leaves hair silky.




Everyday Mehndi (henna)

This product comes from EveryDay Mehndi.

I ordered the Herbal Wash Powder (as well as some other mixes- see reviews in Rinse Out Conditioners).

The fragrance of these powders is fantastic. I can't get get enough of sniffing them, and this is from someone who is not overly fond of herbal aromas, in general.

I did a wash with 1 1/2T. of the Herbal Wash Powder dissolved in 1 cup of warm water. I poured it over dry hair, let it sit while doing other showerly duties, rinsed, and conditioned as usual. The results were good, but for two things. My scalp doesn't always get super clean with these gentle washes, and at 1 1/2T. per time, the powder is going to get used up quickly. I need to find something to boost the cleaning power and also allow me to use less powder to make it more economical.










Ion Anit Frizz Straight Solutions Shampoo

Avrilon's review is for several products in the same line, sampled together. In order for her results to be accurate, I am including all reviews on all pages for these products categories.

I’ve not dried my hair with a blow dryer in awhile and today just wanted smooth, sleek, “finished” looking hair for a change. I love my wimpy waves, but some days they just look frizzy and unkempt – and not so good for wearing down. I miss wearing my hair down, so decided to try out the straightening products I recently bought at Sally’s. Since Betty is always recommending Ion products, I decided to buy their Anti-Frizz Straight Solutions Straightening Shampoo, Anti-Frizz Straight Solutions Straightening Conditioner and Anti-Frizz Straight Solutions Straightener (leave-in).

The shampoo was thick and distributed very nicely throughout my hair. I decided to wash my length for a change to test the shampoo's straightening and frizz reducing claim. It had a light, cherry smell to it that I liked a lot. It rinsed out easily, leaving my hair feeling soft and pliable. My hair wasn’t “squeaky” clean (which is good because I don’t like that stripped of all oils feeling) and I could probably have gone without a conditioner if I’d wanted to. *A thumbs up on the shampoo!*

The conditioner was very thick and coated my hair nicely. It had a lot of slip and also had the light cherry smell. I left it on my hair for about 5 minutes and then rinsed it all out. It rinsed out easily, but left my hair feeling very smooth and soft – and extremely easy to get a comb through after I took it down from the towel. *A thumbs up on the conditioner!*

After combing out my hair (not one tangle!) I applied a big blob (maybe the size of a nickel if it was a sphere) of the leave-in to my hair at and below ear level. I let it air dry for about 15 minutes and then blow dried on low heat. My hair dryer has a cool setting, a warm setting and a hot setting. The warm setting is just warm. If I point it at my skin indefinitely, it just feels warm – so I know I’m not burning my hair. I also put it on the medium setting for air flow – so that the air isn’t whipping it about. I had my head upside down part of the time, and used my nylon bristle paddle brush – for smoothing the hair as I dried it. When dry, my hair was very smooth, sleek and soft. I can run my fingers through it easily and it doesn’t feel like it has any product on it. *A thumbs up on the leave-in!*

My hair smells only very lightly of the cherry scent. It feels wonderful and hydrated. I intentionally didn’t put on my usual jojoba and shea butter leave-ins – just for an experiment. For today, my hair looks and feels GREAT. The little short, growing-in hairs are still sticking out a bit, but these products are working better at getting rid of the frizzies and flyaways than some expensive, salon products I’ve tried.

So, I give the whole line a thumbs up!


I love the ion straightening shampoo. Iwas using pantene curly to straight shampoo and it was horrible. It still felt dry and my hair much more curlier then straight. So i was in sallys and decided to try the ion straightening. Its perfect, it smells good it does what its says,unlike so many false advertiesing product. I have waavy hair and it smoothed it at least 50 percent. I love this product and it will be my shampoo from now on.

-Sunshine Toul


Ion Moisture Shampoo

This is another favorite of mine. I tossed some old recently, and went and got some new. I wish our Sally's carried the matching conditioner. I love, love, love, their products!


I have used Ion shampoo on the recommenation of my daughter because it is 100% Vegan and so am I. The shampoo worked great and smells fresh. However, there are several ingredients in it that are potentially carcinogenic. The balance of the shampoo is now trash. I refuse to use a product that is dangerous and 100% vegan is no longer a selling point for me. It's imperative to read labels for the sake of your life and the planet. I will be more diligent next time.


Hi everyone. I have been using Ion hair colour, developer, shampoo and hairspray for a while. I totally love the products. My only problem using these products are with the shampoo bottle. It is a hard plastic and the shampoo is very thick. Trying to get the thick shampoo out of a small hole from a hard plastic bottle sure gives you a hand workout. I would suggest redesigning the bottle for this shampoo.Thanks for your time

-Sue M.




This is a shampoo very similar to Creme of Nature. It is incredibly conditioning and gentle. It does not have much of a scent, very plain. My only complaint is that there is something in there that slightly irritates my scalp. However, my scalp is very sensitive. My sister doesn't have any trouble with it on her scalp, and she likes it very much. For dry hair or hair that needs some help with tangles, IsoPlus and Creme of Nature are really fantastic!

Fox 2b/cii




Kirk's Natural Castile Soap

Sorry guys, but I just had to tell you all about this product that I have been using for about 2 months now. I have been doing my scalp wash with Kirk's Natural Castile soap. Kirk's Castile is a soap bar that lathers awsomely in hard water, cleans squeeky clean, and rinses totally away without residue. I have a oily scalp (even more so since I am using the oils on my ends) and this soap is the most wonderful shampoo I have ever used on my scalp. It is all natural and its base ingredients are coconut oil and soap of coconut. I have found out that I don't need any other type of shampoo as my hair and scalp love it. I know several of you have stated that you do not like castile soap washes and I was just wondering which one you had used. This is definately not the "liquid castile" soap generally used in soap suds enemas. Heehee, sorry that's the nurse in me coming out. <--- Explains why it took me a while to try it, but I am so glad I did. Has anyone on here ever tried Kirks before? I can get the bar soap at the local Cracker Barrel (of all places) for about $.99 a bar. Anyhow, this is a great product for oily scalps and I would guess for dry too. And that's my 2 cents worth

Kartwright - 3AFii


L'Oreal Smooth Vive Shampoo

I have used the 3 products in this line for a month now, and I LOVE them! There are 3 products which include a shampoo, conditioner and leave in treatment. The Shampoo is wonderful. It smoothes your hair without leaving it heavy.
-Carrowayseed 1bNii



Lush Cynthia Sylvia Stout Shampoo

The Lush Cynthia Sylvia Stout shampoo really cuts through greasy grimy hair and leaves it shiny and bouncy. It's expensive so I wouldn't use it everyday. I've brought it with us for a camping trip because it works well to really clean the hair.
-Goldenhair 1cNiii

I like the smell of this shampoo. It's interesting. It seems to help my hair... probably because of the protein factor. It makes my hair feel thicker.
-Blondie Fox

I was skeptical of Lush shampoos due to the SLS factor. This shampoo uses ALS, which up until now hasn't been great for my scalp. This shampoo has not bothered my scalp at all! It cleans well, and leaves a great scent in my hair. I also think it adds a nice shine. Thumbs up for this Lush shampoo!

-Fox 2cMii

LUSH Karma Komba Shampoo

Mmmmmmm! This has a fantabulous smell! It's a solid shampoo and is green, and just AMAZING smelling! I wish I could list the ingredients but its one of those that comes wrapped in paper, and nothing is written on it but the name of the shampoo and how to use it.

I used this for a scalp only wash; my scalp hair is soft, my scalp feels moisturized, and above all, smells GREAT! I would recommend this to all "Lushettes" (as Martine puts it ) because I love it!
-Leia 2bNiii

LUSH Karma scent is patchouli, orange and lavender. Leia, so you like the Karma scent too! I LOVE the scent of LUSH Karma! It's an amazingly sensual scent. I hadn't planed on getting this but now you're got me thinking about it. When I went to Vancouver last week I brought only a LUSH solid shampoo to use on hair, body and face (Irresistible Bliss which is honeysuckle scented and smells similar to AO Honeysuckle Rose Shampoo).

Karma is LUSH's signature fragrance. They offer an entire Karma line that includes perfume, a gold pyramid shaped bath melt, ballistic, soap, dusting powder and now the shampoo you just tried.

Just a personal note, there are always little errors on the LUSH websites like discrepancies between the ingredient listings on the site and the packaging, small technical stuff, problems with correct disclosure of shipping charges (which they know about), so don't be surprised. For example they list the "ingredient key" on the website as being text in black, red and green referring to safe synthetics, natural products and organic products but then use black, red and blue text. Drives me nuts. I think they want to send out the message they're happy to be human LOL.

Hopefully these links get to the Karma Komba Solid Shampoo (pronounced "comber", not the way is incorrectly says on the website -- yet another LUSH error!) and the fragrance collection:

-Martine 2aFii

Additional note:

I tried the Lush Karma Komba solid shampoo bar on a recommendation from Loomite Leia. Leia, I have to tell you I was very impressed with this shampoo! So impressed that I'm definately going to include it in my regular rotation of favorites

The first great thing about this solid shampoo is the the wonderful Lush Karma scent of orange, patchouli and spices. Lush offers this scent as a fragrance, soap and powder too. But the Karma Komba shampoo scent experience differs from the fragrance product because it also has a soapy scent to it, and it's less intense than the fragrance experience because you're washing with it, not using it to linger as a perfume. The result with the Karma shampoo compared to the fragrance is a soapy more herbally Karma experience, yet one that's really lasting as it scents hair.

The second and most important thing is how it makes hair feel super silky and tangle-free even when wet. I could not believe how nice my hair felt when wet. Usually shampoos applied to my length make my wet hair feel stiff and matted so I normally CWC (conditioner only on length). But Karma Komba made the length feel slippery in the way soft water makes it feel (I have hard water). The only other shampoo I've used that makes my length feel this way is Creme of Nature Shampoo.

After I shampooed and rinsed the scalp and length with the Karma Komber I decided to shampoo again but using a different product. The next shampoo product gave me the usual stiff and matted feel. So I decided to try shampooing everything again with Karma Komber (3rd wash now) and that nice slippery silkiness was back instantly. Even after rinsing, my hair still had that nice feel to it. Although I followed with conditioner I think I could even have done without it. This Lush shampoo is a keeper!

Here is information on the product for anyone interested:

Ingredients: Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Cocamide DEA, Perfume, Patchouli Oil (Pogostemon cablin), Orange Oil (Citrus dulcis), Lavendin Oil (Lavendula hybrida), Pine Oil (Pinus), Lemongrass Oil (Cymbopogan flexuosus), Elemi Oil (Canarium commune), Gardenia Extract (Gardenia jasminoides), Colour 42045, Roman Chamomile Flower (Anthemis nobilis),

The Lush Green Karma Komba bar (pronounced comber, as is beach) is fine for all hair types. It deep cleans and de-tangles making it easier to comb (or komb) and it is perfumed with our own sensual karacteristic Karma fragrance. Karma is made with a blend of essential oils which, as well as smelling like oranges landing in a bowl of eastern spices, happens to be wonderful for toning your scalp and balancing sebum production. Patchouli is said to be particularly helpful with scalp problems. Karma was a fragrance longing to be put into a shampoo.

-Martine 2aFii

Lush Rehab Shampoo

This is a must in your shower. I kid you not that it works like a shampoo conditioner all in one. You wash your hair with it and you will be able to comb through it while wet with this shampoo in it like it was a conditioner. Excellent product.
-Goldenhair 1cNiii

Lush Seanik Shampoo

Seanik, a new Lush shampoo to try! Oh boy, as if I need yet another shampoo! Well I certainly do enjoy having variety in my product selection and this one sounded interesting because of the sea salt and seaweed and essential oils including lemon, mimosa, orange blossom and jasmine. It’s a turquoise blue color with little bits of seaweed and it has a light clean scent of a fragrant Lush sea to it J Plus I like the sea themed products Lush makes so I decided to give this one a go.

Ooooooooooooooo! I really like how this makes my scalp feel. My scalp has that ‘squeaky clean’ feel to it, and in a good way too. Just a little lathers like crazy and it feels luxurious, creamy, slippery (reducing friction).

Here is information on Seanik for those interested:

Ingredients: Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Irish Moss Gel (Chondrus crispus), Perfume, Nori Seaweed (Fucus vesiculosus), Sea Salt (Sodium Chloride), Lemon Oil (Citrus limonum), Mimosa Absolute (Mimosa tenuiflora), Orange Blossom Absolute (Citrus dulcis), Jasmine Absolute (Jasminum officinale), Cocamide DEA, Colour 42045.

This great new shampoo bar has two kinds of softening seaweed that will help condition your hair. With cleansing sea salt and shine enhancing lemon oil to make sure that our hair is clean. Seanik smells like an exotic garden with its jasmine, mimosa and orange blossom absolutes, which means fantastic fragranced hair for all who try it.

Martine 2aFii

LUSH Stimulating Spice Shampoo Bar

So far, I have had better results with Lush shampoos than with any other shampoo I have used. It leaves my hair soft and moisturized, as did this shampoo. Plus, it smells GREAT, like cinnamon and spices and the scent is just intoxicating!

Unfortunately, there were no ingredient listings. Also, I went to LUSH's site and they don't have this product listed there. It is a similar color to Irresistible Bliss (red!) and I really enjoyed using this shampoo.

-Leia 2bNiii

LUSH Trichomania Solid Shampoo

This shampoo is just divine!! It was my first experience of a solid shampoo and I am hooked!! This delicious shampoo smells of coconuts, and contains moisturizing coconut cream. I apply this shampoo by rubbing it in my hands to work up a lather, then applying this to my scalp. I have also used it on my length (if I do this I rub the bar directly onto the hair), followed by a conditioner. This shampoo leaves my hair feeling soooo soft, silky and conditioned. I almost feel that I could go without a conditioner!! It did leave the length feeling a bit strange at first, but once the hair has dried it feels lovely. Despite being so gentle, this shampoo also washes oil out of my hair, and is an effective cleanser.

Using LUSH products is so much fun! This shampoo smells delicious, is novel (the bar concept) and actually works!! I would highly recommend it!

Ingredients: Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Stearic Acid, Creamed Coconut (Cocos nucifera), Glyceryl Stearate (&) PEG-100 Stearate, Cocoamide DEA, Lecithin, Perfume, Vetivert Oil (Vetivera zizanoides).


Chiming In to agree with Lucy... I love this shampoo too and it smells really great!
-Leia 2bNiii


Morrocco Method (Fire) Shampoo

I have been using the Morrocco Method (MM) for about 6 months, and I'm very pleased with the results. It leaves my scalp very clean and has significantly reduced shedding. MM is a completely natural line that uses no detergents or soaps. Go here for more info:

Here is an example of the shampoo ingredients:

Ingredients for MM FIRE shampoo:

raw, organic, unfiltered, unpasturized apple cider vinegar — natural preservative with live enzymes

aloe vera — healing & moisturizing

natural soapbark from Chile, Chinese green tea from Shanghai cactus from Mexico — rich, natural foaming botanicals

brown & red algae — absorbs impurities

kelp & irish moss — stimulates & protects

92 trace minerals — natural preservatives

essential oils of almond, apricot, ginger, lemon verbena, sesame, tangerine

-RosePetal 1aFii

While the MM shampoos may not be for everyone, they certainly have their place in my stash of hair care supplies. I enjoy the clean feel my scalp gets. It really leaves my scalp feeling so good... no itchies! The lather agents are different, so you do have to learn how to make the most of the lathering you can get. Still... if you are familiar with natural products and want something sulphate free and herbal based, you should enjoy the MM shampoos!

-Fox 2cMii




Nature's Gate

Nature's Gate Tea Tree Shampoo

I love the NG tea tree shampoo although I have thought about getting the jojoba or the awapui. It's supposed to be for dandruff but I really like it in general and it gives me good results. Wonderful stuff and a decent price.





Phyto Citrus shampoo and mask


I recently colored my hair with Clariol Natural Instincts to brighten my fastly fading natural red hair. I used the whole tube of conditioner that comes with the color and left it on while I took a bath. The first wash after coloring (48 hours), was the Phytocitrus shampoo. Good shampoo for after least for me didnt fade my red at all. I used the mask for at least 10-12 min....the jar says 2-5 depending on how porus your hair seems. It left my hair feeling soft and curls had good bounce. I wash everyday and i am using this duo ....about twice a week. i just leave the mask on 5 minutes now. I dont want to over due plus this stuff is great but alittle pricey. The other days I use Tigi Oatmeal & Honey shampoo and conitioner. Just thought I would share my experience.











Tigi Catwalk Oatmeal and Honey Shampoo

Shampoo4you This is a great smelling shampoo and has really good stuff for your hair. It's just as high end as Lush and has just as many great things in it like vitamins and jojoba and other stuff.
-Goldenhair 1cNiii

I use this shampoo as my major shampoo in my routine and I love it...the smell is a little strong for me but I got used to it and my hair loves it.



If you want your henna or color to last Tigi Catwalk Fashionista is the way to go. It's got good things for your hair and will help retain your color.

-Goldenhair 1cNiii


Timotei 2 in 1 S&C (Refreshing Cucumber )

This is perfect for CWC. My old shampoo gave me dry scalp, but since this has conditioner in it, it's moisturizing. It's also very mild, but gets the cleaning job done.

I think it would be better for me to list the ingredients while I do product reviews, so that people who buy things based on ingredients can get an idea of what's in it before they decide to buy it. So here are the ingredients in this shampoo:

Aqua, Sodium Laureth Sulfate *note - some of them have Sodium C12-13 Pareth Sulfate, it will be indicated on the bottle*, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Sodium Chloride, Dimethiconol, Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride, Dimethiconol/Silsesquioxane Copolymer, TEA-Dodecylbenzenesulfonate, Sodium Hydroxide, Citric Acid, Sodium Benzoate, PPG-9, Laureth-23, Parfum, Cucumis Sativus.

-Leia 2bNiii













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