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Natural/Organic shampoo that is gentle on the hair

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I want to switch from common supermarket type shampoo to something much gentler on my hair. What are some recommendations for brands easily available in UK and not costing more than £15/Litre? Prefera… Read More
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1m, 1w agoPosted 1 month, 1 week ago
I want to switch from common supermarket type shampoo to something much gentler on my hair. What are some recommendations for brands easily available in UK and not costing more than £15/Litre? Preferably looking for a product aimed at oily hair without SLS, Sodium Chloride, PEG, etc.
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1m, 1w agoPosted 1 month, 1 week ago
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gormley90

Prices start at £20/Litre and decent ones are at least £25/Litre!
#3
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Classikool-1000ml-Organic-Aloe-Enriched-Shampoo/dp/B01GVLOA2A/ref=sr_1_1_s_it?s=beauty&ie=UTF8&qid=1497652032&sr=1-1#customerReviews

Add an essential oil like lavender. cedarwood or tea tree to the base if you have really oily hair - you only need a few drops
#4
Lush shampoo bars are fantastic.
#5
choc1969
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Classikool-1000ml-Organic-Aloe-Enriched-Shampoo/dp/B01GVLOA2A/ref=sr_1_1_s_it?s=beauty&ie=UTF8&qid=1497652032&sr=1-1#customerReviews
Add an essential oil like lavender. cedarwood or tea tree to the base if you have really oily hair - you only need a few drops

Looks good at a quick glance but very little information or reviews, will have to investigate further
#6
sicklysweet
Lush shampoo bars are fantastic.

Looked it up, first (main) ingredient iss Sodium Laureth Sulfate.
#7
I can't think of any natural shampoo but for conditioner i would recommend any natural oil such as coconut, almond, indian gooseberry, etc, or even plain yoghurt.

I don't know if these are natural enough but they were on sale in superdrug last month (half price)
Faith
http://www.superdrug.com/search?sort=price-asc&q=faith%3AbestBiz%3Acategory%3Apt_hair_shampoo&minSel=4.0&maxSel=6.0&minSlider=4.0&maxSlider=6.0&resultsForPage=20&text=faith#



Edited By: NuffinisFree on Jun 17, 2017 08:55
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NuffinisFree
I can't think of any natural shampoo but for conditioner i would recommend any natural oil such as coconut, almond, indian gooseberry, etc, or even plain yoghurt.
I don't know if these are natural enough but they were on sale in superdrug last month (half price)
Faithhttp://www.superdrug.com/search?sort=price-asc&q=faith%3AbestBiz%3Acategory%3Apt_hair_shampoo&minSel=4.0&maxSel=6.0&minSlider=4.0&maxSlider=6.0&resultsForPage=20&text=faith#

The link doesn't work for me, is it the 'Faith in Nature' series? If so they aren't ideal due to a few ingredients but look decent for the money.
#10

This looks a good brand, they have shampoo also, sadly I wouldn't be able to get from Costco so price would be higher but worth a detailed look.
#11
Amazon has it as well but it's about £18. I never knew you could buy Gluten free shampoo.

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