Are designer and organic shampoos and conditioners worth the price? Watch

Joyful_soul
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If so, which ones and where can I get them at the best prices?

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If so, which ones and where can I get them at the best prices?

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It depends what you mean by designer shampoos etc..? Shampoos such as Chanel etc?
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Waste of money.
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It depends what you mean by designer shampoos etc..? Shampoos such as Chanel etc?
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To be fair, they are a waste of money - you're better off having a standard shampoo and then if you want, have designer body wash!
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To be fair, they are a waste of money - you're better off having a standard shampoo and then if you want, have designer body wash!
Why designer body wash?
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Why designer body wash?
Smells amazing!
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Are you interested in Body shop?Got good shampoos there!
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I'm not sure what you mean by designer. I use branded products rather than a shops own, normally £3-5 a bottle. I have long hair which gets greasy quickly so I really see the benefit in comparison to 2-in-1 shampoos and conditioners which just seem to linger in my hair no matter how long I stand under the shower for.
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Yes , there are really designer's shampoo that is worth the price and so with the organic ones. It is maybe because they contain ingredients that are really effective for our hair maintenance that are not found in an ordinary brand.
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Well, it depends
For instance, Giovanni Leave-In-Conditioner or Deva-Curl Leave in Conditioners are LIFE.
But they're expensive!

Other shampoos on the expensive side sometimes aren't really good for your hair.

TIP: Don't look for a name when buying shampoo, look at the ingredients.


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If so, which ones and where can I get them at the best prices?

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Designer is a waste of money imo.
Organic often is worth it though. They contain less chemicals usually. For example a common shampoo ingredient is sodium laureth sulphate (I think that's it anyway) which can actually make your hair fall out. Organic shampoos don't contain this.


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I quite like aussi hair, not sure if you'd class that as designer but they're certainly more expensive (though you can get offers for 3 for £7)

On the whole though I go for what's on offer, so if herbal essenses is on offer I get that, or tresemme, then I'll get that. My hair doesn't seem to care much.
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