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    Default What shampoo for bubs?

    Sounds like a silly question but what shampoo do you use for bubs? Dds hair is getting longer and I want to use something but not sure what. Currently use the aldi 3 in 1 wash but thought there may be something better?

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    I know a lot of people on the Hub will disagree, but I use Johnson and Johnson. Either the Top to Toe wash or the shampoo.

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    Default What shampoo for bubs?

    Just water here

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    Default What shampoo for bubs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hamilicious View Post
    I know a lot of people on the Hub will disagree, but I use Johnson and Johnson. Either the Top to Toe wash or the shampoo.
    Too right lol you know the no-tears formula actually has ingredients in it that stop the eyes watering. J&J *shudder*

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    I only use shampoo about once a week but i use an organic body shampoo (that can also be used in hair) its by Vani-T

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    I have aveeno, jurlique and Gaia for dd at the moment.

    Hubby got a little rascals one but it was horrid and I chucked it out

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    Default What shampoo for bubs?

    Dd loves rubbing her food in her hair so I need to wash daily. I guess with using water it seems to make her hair dry and it can't get the food out properly.

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    Gaia. Dosnt contain any nasties or petrochemicals. Wouldn't touch anything by j & j.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil M View Post
    Wouldn't touch anything by j & j.
    Agreed

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    I tried Gaia first off but it set off her eczema, but if your DD hasn't got sensitive skin it should be fine. We now use Moo Goo or QV shampoo and conditioner.


 

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