I must admit, I was weary of going to a SLS-free shampoo. I decided to give the Whole Foods 365 brand a try. It's been about a full week now and I've noticed several positive changes. My hair is softer, my scalp isn't dry and it's easier to wear down now. Anyone else noticed difference when they tried less-chemical shampoos for their hair?
I've been on a SLS-free shampoo for a couple of months now. I tried several before settling on Dr. Bronner's All-In-One. They all dried my scalp out at first, but after my skin adjusted it's been okay. Dr. Bronner's doesn't leave my hair feeling heavy and matted like some of the other natural shampoos did (Everyday Shea and Kiss My Face were terrible in that regard). Dr. Bronner's also has a rinse and a conditioner they say does wonders, but I haven't started using them yet. Using just the soap/shampoo, it is soft and manageable, though alot more frizzy than it was back when I was using standard shampoo (my hair is naturally curly). I'm looking forward to finding out if the rinse and conditioner tame that aspect.
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