Shampoo suggestions

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pranavcool

Please suggest me a good shampoo you are currently using that has no dyes and parabens and do not cause hairfall ,and also does not make hair so much dry after the wash.

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shampoos never work. apply coconut oil & wash with shikakai powder.

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pentiumd wrote:

shampoos never work. apply coconut oil & wash with shikakai powder.

Completely agree. I stopped using shampoo some time ago and my hair has never been better. Only coconut oil before washing now, must try out shikakai.

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pentiumd wrote:

Bhai without shampoo how will you remove dht and oil from your head my gead is very oily even without oil it gets oil in 1-2 days

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pranavcool wrote:

Bhai without shampoo how will you remove dht and oil from your head my gead is very oily even without oil it gets oil in 1-2 days

think how our previous generations would have done it when shampoo or soap was not present. they were using reetha amla & shikakai powder. you can use them single or a combination. reetha is a natural soap & cleanser. you get these at local grocery shops.

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pentiumd wrote:

think how our previous generations would have done it when shampoo or soap was not present. they were using reetha amla & shikakai powder. you can use them single or a combination. reetha is a natural soap & cleanser. you get these at local grocery shops.

Retha makes hair rough, isn’t it?

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hibiscus petls soaked overnight in coconut oil
natural henna leaves

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pentiumd wrote:

shampoos never work. apply coconut oil & wash with shikakai powder.

From where do you purchase shikakai powder
Please suggest

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Once I used the Mulsan Cosmetic Repair Shampoo and I will tell you that it is really good, but unfortunately expensive. So, to save some money, I decided to try to make my own shampoo, the same composition as the Mulsan Cosmetic Repair Shampoo. I based it on the Mulsan shampoo, just added a tablespoon of grape seed oil and some macadamia, put it all in a free cosmetic mockup I found here and got a natural hand shampoo. It strengthened my hair, moisturized it and gave it shine. Now, I don’t use shampoos from the store. I only use my own shampoo. I recommend that you try to make your own shampoo too.

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