Shampoo Bars

Mark1966

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@Anthony might have worthy input upon this topic :)
 

ben74

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I love the concept of shampoo bars and I've tried 3 from DR HARRIS. Unfortunately they left my hair feeling very dry and its dissuaded me from trying others.
 

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I love the concept of shampoo bars and I've tried 3 from DR HARRIS. Unfortunately they left my hair feeling very dry and its dissuaded me from trying others.
@ben74 - I use the DR Harris coconut bar when I travel - it is formulated for dry hair, and works well for me.
When home, I use the Beauty & the Bees shampoo bars, and have done so for about 12 months now. My two favs are Moroccan Mud and Tasmanian Beer.
 

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I've been using liggets for years now.

Recently I used an Aussie made shampoo bar from dindi natural.
What a fantastic experience! It left my hair soft and not at all frizzy, which at times the liggets does.

The bar is big and very solid. I found a 5 seconds rub in wet hair was plenty. It comes in a tin so great for travel also.
 
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