cupboards full of assorted shower stuff.. but just could not resist .. tyvm!
Yeah you're quite right. I was referring to the comment by steevieboy4u "Had some of the shampoo version of this ....stopped using it as it made my hair look greasy and dull" but didn't make it very clear
This is conditioner, don’t think that is available in bars unfortunately
Save the plastic and buy shampoo bars. I got 6 on ebay recently and they're ace. Last ages too
I got one of these for my wife and after initial scepticism, it has now replaced her straighteners as her go to option for hair obedience. So much easier for guys. If I have wayward hair, I just cross my legs 😨 Back soon for more fashion tips.
Thanks. From your source; Cosmetics that are made in China but not sold in China were never required to be tested on animals. For example, ELF Cosmetics is an American cosmetics company that makes most of its products in China. However, since they are not selling their products in China, they were never required to test on animals. Throughout the blurb it lists many exclusions to the obligatory testing for instance you could create cosmetics with known tested ingredients and there is no requirement. Fact remains in neither your nor the post we are talking about used the word fact correctly though arguably at least you came close to it only missing out on a technicality.
My wife used to use the ones from Lush but they used dry her hair out. Great for the enviroment, good for shorter hair and travelling but on longer hair I wouldn't bother personally.
I think they may be referring to the fact China has a rule all products some products must be tested on animals? https://ethicalelephant.com/china-animal-testing-laws-2021/ It looks complicated hence the “most likely”.
Thanks, sounds great. Ordered all three!
These solid shampoo bars are pretty much solid SLS, so can be incredibly drying on your hair. Used sparingly it might be OK, and they do last a very long time, but it might be worth trying a single bar before committing to a multi pack.
Thank you for sharing, i tend to use different stuff most of time tbh, used tresemme in past too n still got few bottles at home tbh. After i had covid i noticed my hair fall much more than before n its worrying. Not using this brand aym n haven't for some time now. But will certainly avoid. Thank you n wish all d best, hope some vitamins n good care will help.
Hi annie, ive put on a different post aswell regarding my experience with tresemme, me and my mum started using this about a year and half ago when my uncle recommended as its expensive and professional product! In the start it was all fine but after one year of using it, OMG my hair was becoming thin and thin, but i never paid attention until lockdown as im at home now. When i looked properly and did a bit of research, this product has serioualy caused me hair loss! I use to have thick hair, my barbers always said ur lucky u have thick hair and i use to hate cause with thick hair they have to thin it so i can style it! Anyway, im a guy but when my mum said she is losing hair, we knew straight away, its tressemme. We instantly stopped now and are on a search to repair. I am soo glad my mum stopped mucb before me and hers is less hair loss. At the moment she is just using baby shampoo, i know what the hell but no choice, i am still searching to get mine back and am taking vitimins and alpecine caffine shampoo! Man i wish i mever listened to my uncle, but not his fault! Happens! The worst thing is he has a bald patch and now it explains it cauae hes beem using it fot few years. I cant tell him otherwise it will upset him but me and my mum are off it! This is my hair atm. Man i hope it comes back 😔, not putting you off but id be safe and keep away from all there stuff. And also it explains it, i even see them now in pound land, like how can they sell it in pound land, it proves they must be usong.the most lowest of lowest cheap harmful ingrediants.
Is it in all tresemme products or just this one? I sometimes use this brand so would be good to know. Thanks
That's the problem I don't think u can find a trimmer that has bigger grades to trim beard so looks like we need to move up to a Clipper
I don't need one for the hair just beard as just guessing at moment
Wahl do the cordless Clipper called colour pro with grades up to 8 (25mm) but price gone up £5 to £35 , think im gonna go for this as I need one too for beard plus the odd haircut comes with 3 years guarantee too
Yeah really good I paid £40. Recommend it
Really good deal. I paid £39.99 few months ago from argos when it was new. It does a Brilliant job !