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Can anyone recommend a better shampoo/conditioner?

I have long, coarse hair and I usually shampoo it every 2 or 3 days. It isn't oily at all. But I have started working out every morning at 6:00 am before work. I sweat so much that I have to wash my hair everyday. It seems to be drying out and Im wondering if there is a more nourishing, or gentler shampoo/conditioner that would help with this. I currently use a morrocan oil type of shampoo.

 
Nimue930

Asked by Nimue930 at 1:45 PM on Mar. 4, 2013 in Beauty & Style

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Answers (12)
  • I use Wen and love it. Totally transformed my hair for the better!

    You can also wash your scalp and not drag the shampoo all the way down your hair. Condition as usual.
    KPBMom

    Answer by KPBMom at 11:35 AM on Mar. 5, 2013

  • Stop washing, just condition.
    PartyGalAnne

    Answer by PartyGalAnne at 1:46 PM on Mar. 4, 2013

  • i use dove shampoo, works really well for me.
    tnm786

    Answer by tnm786 at 1:48 PM on Mar. 4, 2013

  • I always wanted to try that Wen stuff. Have you heard of it? www.wenhaircare.com

    maecntpntz219

    Answer by maecntpntz219 at 1:48 PM on Mar. 4, 2013

  • ION
    LostSoul88

    Answer by LostSoul88 at 1:51 PM on Mar. 4, 2013

  • wen sucks. lol
    staciandababy

    Answer by staciandababy at 1:51 PM on Mar. 4, 2013

  • Pert Plus. It's less expensive than a lot of brands, and I find it to be of better quality.
    Ballad

    Answer by Ballad at 2:05 PM on Mar. 4, 2013

  • I am interested. I use herbal essences daily.
    staciandababy

    Answer by staciandababy at 2:51 PM on Mar. 4, 2013

  • I use Pantene's Anti-breakage conditioner
    mrsmom110

    Answer by mrsmom110 at 3:59 PM on Mar. 4, 2013

  • When you don't have time to start all over again and shampoo from scratch, just blow-dry your locks (concentrating air at the nape of your neck, then around the hairline) for three to five minutes; the heat will wick away sweat. When your hair is 95 percent dry, work a drop of styling cream or serum throughout, concentrating on the strands that frame your face and at the crown, then blast with heat from the dryer as you smooth your style back. The combination of heat and silicone will calm frizzies and flyaways, plus add a touch of shine to hair that's been steeped in sweat
    cassie_kellison

    Answer by cassie_kellison at 4:15 PM on Mar. 4, 2013