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    Quote Originally Posted by Nameuser View Post
    surprised nobody's mentioned a no poo method yet
    I've never got this. I know people do it for the chemicals, but really they are just scientific names for soap, fragrance, conditioning ingredients. It's hardly hydrochloric acid in there lol

    I tried it once and it was foul. My hair felt gross, it didn't smell good, and the apple cider vinegar is gross. It's like not showering for a month. No thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    I've never got this. I know people do it for the chemicals, but really they are just scientific names for soap, fragrance, conditioning ingredients. It's hardly hydrochloric acid in there lol

    I tried it once and it was foul. My hair felt gross, it didn't smell good, and the apple cider vinegar is gross. It's like not showering for a month. No thanks
    I've tried it before too and hated it. I remember on the hub years ago there was a no poo challenge and one member broke out in a nasty rash. It kinda affirmed for me that chemicals aren't such a horrible thing after all.

    I'm going to second Aesop hair products. So expensive though.

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    I can't seem to stop the frizz, I can blow dry at home and it looks nice but step outside and kaboom finger in electric socket look! I use loreal shampoo and cond and Paul Mitchell straightening balm but it all seems useless. My natural unblow dry hair is just a frizzy mess too, I look at girls with straightish hair and inside I scream how!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    I've never got this. I know people do it for the chemicals, but really they are just scientific names for soap, fragrance, conditioning ingredients. It's hardly hydrochloric acid in there lol

    I tried it once and it was foul. My hair felt gross, it didn't smell good, and the apple cider vinegar is gross. It's like not showering for a month. No thanks
    Each to their own. I am a no poo-er and it works great for me. My hair is so nice and I've been doing it for 10 months. I don't do the BS/ACV though.

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    I assume "no poo" means really natural, no chemicals right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nameuser View Post
    does anyone use the macadamia oil?
    I use argan oil but never heard of macadamia oil

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    Quote Originally Posted by BluePixie View Post
    I assume "no poo" means really natural, no chemicals right?
    I think poo is the shortened for shampoo

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    Quote Originally Posted by BluePixie View Post
    I assume "no poo" means really natural, no chemicals right?
    No. It means never washing your hair, just rinsing it with water and apple cider vinegar. Each to their own, but I couldn't stick with it, my hair was feral.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    No. It means never washing your hair, just rinsing it with water and apple cider vinegar. Each to their own, but I couldn't stick with it, my hair was feral.
    that's interesting maybe I'll try it out next time I'm on maternity leave

    nothing beats the feeling of fresh washed hair though. I wonder if it ever get to that stage with the poo method.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExcuseMyFrench View Post
    that's interesting maybe I'll try it out next time I'm on maternity leave

    nothing beats the feeling of fresh washed hair though. I wonder if it ever get to that stage with the poo method.
    I'm the same, love freshly washed hair. Apparently it takes a fair while to get it half decent. I couldn't wait for a month of smelly dirty hair lol

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