So I've been using sukin shampoo and conditioner and am finding my hair stays quite oily, it is like I never washed it in the first place. I'm wondering if my hair will settle down and get used to it? I suppose cos its all natural it doesn't strip my hair and that's why it is oily?
I've heard about people never using shampoo and after a while their hair stops being oily but I wonder how long does this take?
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15-09-2012 20:07 #1Senior Member
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15-09-2012 20:19 #2
I used it a number of times and my hair never changed, always felt like it hadn't been washed. Haven't used it again.
03-02-2013 20:44 #3Senior Member
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I found the same thing with their body wash - never felt clean.
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