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Personal Shopper: Sulfate-free shampoos for Ellen

Ellen writes, "Hi, I have been reading a lot about how bad sulfates are for your hair. Could you find some nice, reasonably priced sulfate free shampoos?!"

1. Burt's Bees More Moisture Raspberry & Brazil Nut Shampoo ($8)
2. L'oreal Paris Everpure Smooth Shampoo ($6) 3. Kiss My Face Big Body Volumizing Shampoo ($6)
4. Dermorganic Sulfate Free Shampoo with Argan Oil ($14)
5. TIGI Bed Head Superstar Shampoo ($21)
6. Fiske Hair One Cucumber Aloe Cleansing Conditioner ($11)
7. Matrix Biolage Colorcaretherapie Delicate Care Shampoo ($15)

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Comments


Laura

Posted on 11.29.10 at 4:21 PM

I've been using sulfate free for about 2 years. I love Burt's Bees lip balm, face soap and other stuff, but did not love their shampoo and conditioner.

L'oreal is, well, made by L'oreal. As fr as I know, they still do a lot of animal testing, which is a no-no in my book.

Kiss My Face worked great for the last year, probably still would. I ran out and decided to try a more local company, which has worked out well also. I'll probably go back to KMF some point because I've always liked switching shampoos, if only for the scents.

Good luck!

Jessica

Posted on 11.29.10 at 4:42 PM

I've just started using Renpure Organics moisturizing shampoo and it's incredible (www.renpure.com). I can get it in the Rite Aid down the street for less than $10.

Linda

Posted on 11.29.10 at 5:18 PM

I've used TIGI's Bed Head Superstar and loved it, but I've been using TIGI's Health Factor from their S Factor line for the past 3 years and my hair wants nothing else. It's also sulfate-free. My hair is super shiny and has a lot of bounce (even with my thin hair). I also use TIGI's S Factor's Serious Conditioner once a week. All of these may be a little bit pricier but well worth it.

Caitlin

Posted on 11.29.10 at 6:46 PM

I'm a big fan of Pureology hair products, all of which are sulfate free.

http://www.pureology.com/discover/difference

janessadawn

Posted on 11.29.10 at 8:56 PM

I have used the Loreal for a while. I tried other sulfate frees, like Burt's Bees, and did not like how they left my hair all dingy. I have really oily skin/hair and it never seemed to be clean. I also tried a couple other organic shampoos with the same result, but the Everpure line leaves my hair really soft but also clean.

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