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Any recommendation for organic shampoo and conditioner?

Postby Sweet Joy » Wed Dec 11, 2013 1:56 pm

Hi, can someone recommend any organic shampoo and conditioner? Preferably for normal/oily hair.

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Any recommendation for organic shampoo and conditioner?

Postby sleepy » Wed Dec 11, 2013 4:50 pm

Giovanni

It's available at Beauty Language and SaSa

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Re: Any recommendation for organic shampoo and conditioner?

Postby Sweet Joy » Sun Dec 15, 2013 12:21 am

Any other recommendation? Hope to hear of more alternatives.

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Re: Any recommendation for organic shampoo and conditioner?

Postby Sweet Joy » Sat Dec 28, 2013 2:17 pm

Any other shampoo that is good?

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Re: Any recommendation for organic shampoo and conditioner?

Postby beanbear » Tue Dec 31, 2013 4:53 pm

I've used the following brands:

1. Beauty with Cruelty (BWC) & Avalon Organics - both are available on www.iherb.com . Both brands are highly affordable and use organic ingredients. If you are comfortable with online shopping, iherb is great and I buy all my health supplements and shampoo & body wash from them. You can use the discount code LUY 703 if you are a first shopper.

2. For locally available products, I've used A'kin which is more expensive. Their lemongrass shampoo works very well for oily scalp. But you take a while to get used to the smell. A'kin is available at some of the NTUC Unity pharmacies.

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Re: Any recommendation for organic shampoo and conditioner?

Postby Sweet Joy » Wed Jan 01, 2014 8:35 pm

Beanbear, thanks!

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Re: Any recommendation for organic shampoo and conditioner?

Postby smileplease » Wed Jan 01, 2014 8:58 pm

Try 'Sukin' from Australia.

You can get it from Watson or Guardian.

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Re: Any recommendation for organic shampoo and conditioner?

Postby Sweet Joy » Fri Jan 03, 2014 3:45 pm

Thanks, smileplease.

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Re: Any recommendation for organic shampoo and conditioner?

Postby kitty2 » Sat Jan 04, 2014 3:12 pm

beanbear wrote:I've used the following brands:

1. Beauty with Cruelty (BWC) & Avalon Organics - both are available on http://www.iherb.com . Both brands are highly affordable and use organic ingredients. If you are comfortable with online shopping, iherb is great and I buy all my health supplements and shampoo & body wash from them. You can use the discount code LUY 703 if you are a first shopper.

2. For locally available products, I've used A'kin which is more expensive. Their lemongrass shampoo works very well for oily scalp. But you take a while to get used to the smell. A'kin is available at some of the NTUC Unity pharmacies.



May I know which ntuc sells the lemongrass shampoo?

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Re: Any recommendation for organic shampoo and conditioner?

Postby kitty2 » Sat Jan 04, 2014 3:13 pm

beanbear wrote:I've used the following brands:

1. Beauty with Cruelty (BWC) & Avalon Organics - both are available on http://www.iherb.com . Both brands are highly affordable and use organic ingredients. If you are comfortable with online shopping, iherb is great and I buy all my health supplements and shampoo & body wash from them. You can use the discount code LUY 703 if you are a first shopper.

2. For locally available products, I've used A'kin which is more expensive. Their lemongrass shampoo works very well for oily scalp. But you take a while to get used to the smell. A'kin is available at some of the NTUC Unity pharmacies.

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May I know which ntuc sells the lemongrass shampoo?

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