Aubrey Organics is a great line of mostly vegan personal care products. Everything in them is natural and pronounceable. I use the Blue Chamomile shampoo, and since I've cleaned up my diet, I don't need conditioner! It's a bit more expensive and you have to buy it at a natural foods store or online, but the products are so totally worth it. They are completely free of chemicals and work wonders!
Yeahh--Aubrey Organics has a really wonderful selection of shampoos & conditioners & hair gels & hairsprays!! Vitaminshoppe.com & vitacost.com & luckyvitamin.com have the best prices for Aubrey stuff. I love Aubrey's skin care too! I notice that Whole Foods and all small health food stores have all of their aubrey organics items priced $1 or $2 or $3 higher than the prices that show on the aubreyorganics.com site. I love the green tea shampoo-and the rosa mosqueta shampoo!! The calaguala shampoo is great too! I want to try Jurlique too! I like Aubrey --it's also economical--the 11 oz lasts a while. No SLS or PEGS or PARABENS!!!!! Alicia----I love your hair!!!!!!!
I have a family of 4 and we all share the same shampoo and conditioner. We use Whole Foods brand 365 shampoo and cond. It's like 3.99! I can also find great organic products at the gorcery outlet for less than half the price. My husband has really been loving castille soap lately too because he washes his whole body, face, hair with one thing... I use it for my daughters bath too.
I have a really hard time with S&C. I am using the Smooth Infusion right now Tess, even though I don't really need that type, it's one of two Aveda Shampoos that my stylist carries of Aveda that does not contain Soldium Laureth Sulfates or Parabens. The other is Aveda Dry Remedy which I love, but don't need it year round. For me, finding cruelty free S&C that also does not have harsh irritants in it, and that really work, is really hard. Maybe I shoudl pick up some 365 next time I go see my sister. We don't have that is Alaska.