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Good sulfate-free shampoo for thick, thirsty natural hair
Reviewed in the United States on July 22, 2017
As a Black woman, who wears her thick, thirsty, tightly coiled, color-treated hair in a natural style, it's hard to find products that will work for me. I did research on Natural Hair Care websites, and they suggested that natural hair should use sulfate-free shampoo. So, I went on the hunt for sulfate-free shampoo. I heard about Design Essentials products, and decided I would try their Natural Super Moisturizing Almond and Avocado shampoo.
I used the shampoo for the first time on July 22, 2017. After the first shampoo, I could feel a difference in my hair. I could run my fingers through it, and it did not feel dried out or start breaking off, like it did when I used sulfate shampoos. I followed up with my deep conditioner, which I put a plastic cap on my head, and sat under the dryer for 20 minutes, rinsed and blot dry. When I ran a wide-tooth comb through my hair, there was a lot less breakage, and I did not have to fight tangles. My hair was so soft, and my coils bounced back when I lightly pulled them. My hair is happy and so am I. Would I buy this product again, I would consider it, although it seems pricey. I'm going to see if this comes in a liter, because that would give me more value. So, for others out there, I would give it a try, if it does not work for you, keep looking.