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    Default Dove shampoo

    Does anyone else find this shampoo great? I have long, very thick, wavy/frizzy hair and I tried Dove as I remember hearing it was good (I won't say which Dove shampo type as I'm not an advertiser!) Anyway, my hair is less frizzy and more easier to straighten (less iron time).
    Anyone else found it good too?

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    Yes, I also heard that Dove is the best non-salon shampoo and conditioner, and I bought it for my DD's, I ended up using it for a couple of days when I had run out of mine, now I'm a convert!!!

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    Can you pm me the type. I have the same type of hair as you described so would love to try it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashram View Post
    Can you pm me the type. I have the same type of hair as you described so would love to try it
    Same.

    If it's not to much trouble could you pm me also op?

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    I've been using the intensive repair one and find it great. I was put onto it by another hubber who is a hairdresser and haven't looked back. I use less of it than most other brands so the extra cost is cancelled out.

    I seem to become a bit of a brand snob with Dove though. I bought the body wash and it's made my skin so soft so I thought I'd try their 2 in 1 cleanser and it's helping my acne already (only been using it for 3 days). Now I've bought the face moisturiser.

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    I guess I can name it?? We're always recommending nappies, vacuum cleaners etc here on BH!!
    It's the nourishing oil care (gold label)

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    that's what we use too

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    that's what we use too

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    Might have to try that one next time.

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    I use heat a lot on my hair - so use the heat one sometimes - I love it. (Thick wavy, frizzy in humid or moist environments).

    When I went away for a weekend, I bought a travel pack and it had the moiturising one. Found that great too.


 

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