Post # 1
I’ve heard that you are supposed to rotate your shampoo because of build up. I usually use Pantene for my hair but I’ve seen a lot of people say Pantene is bad. I don’t really notice a problem, my hair is just normal, not too dry, not too oily. Do you rotate your shampoo that you use? What brands do you use?
Post # 3
I rotate between herbal essences, dove, and suave. But no one should take hair advice from me because I’m the queen of split ends! 😉
Post # 4
I like Giovanni, it is easy to find and organic, sulfate free. I don’t really rotate…
Post # 5
I use Aveeno Moisturize shampoo and conditioner and their leave in conditioner every day. I haven’t noticed issues with build-up at all, so I don’t really rotate between different brands.
Post # 6
I do sort of – when I finish a bottle I always buy a different kind of the same brand. So like one time I’ll use the volumizing and the next I’ll use the silk smooth or whatever.
I’m a Tresemme girl. I used to use Dove and Herbal Essences and I didn’t notice how bad they were for my hair until I switched. Growing up I used Suave and always hated it – it left my hair soooo dried out! I was using Pantene in college until my hair stylist friend recommended Tresemme. In her opinion, it’s the highest quality low-end hair product. I’ve found that I agree with her. Plus the bottles are huge so I feel like I never have to buy more, haha.
Post # 7
I try to use organic shampoo ‘cuz I’m afraid of build ups. I also notice that when I rotate, my hair stays/feels clean longer – anectodal evidence. I rotate among a shampoo with tree oil for oily hair, EO clarifying, EO for color-treated hair, and Avalon lavender. These changes also make shampooing a little bit less boring.
Post # 8
Not intentionally. Sometimes I’ll be away from home and use different shampoos, but I usually stick with my Beauty Without Cruelty shampoo/conditioner.
Post # 9
Nope, never. I spent years trying to find the best all-natural shampoo and conditioner for my hair and when I found it, I stuck with it. Nothing works for my long, wavy, dryish hair like Aubrey Organics Moisturizing Honeysuckle Rose shampoo and conditioner. When my hair starts to feel like it’s getting thick with build up, which is pretty rare, I rinse with vinegar. All is good.
Post # 10
I rotate, but usually because I get bored of the kind I’m using. I like Herbal Essences and Aveda Brilliant or Smooth Infusion.