I like having nice hair, but I don't like spending over $20 each for shampoo and conditioner. I've gotten really good results with Living Proof PHD products, and am looking for similar drugstore products, hopefully in the $10-15 range. [more inside]
I have looked, on MeFi and elsewhere, and I still haven't found a shampoo or conditioner that will cleanse without stripping right down to the grey. More after the break. [more inside]
Can you recommend a shampoo for a scalp with excess sebum BUT also dry, frizzy, curly hair? [more inside]
Calling all chemists and haircare junkies: is it possible to add salicylic acid and/or ketoconazole into a shampoo, rather than buying off-the-shelf shampoos with these ingredients in them? If so, how do I do this? If not how do I prevent over-washed and dried out hair? [more inside]
What are some fragrant, glycerin-free options for shampoo and conditioner? [more inside]
How would one test the pH of skin? And other questions related to the pH of skin, shampoo, and conditioner. [more inside]
Hair care or product suggestions for very fine, long, straight, very oily hair? [more inside]
Can you recommend me some -AWESOME- hair products? [more inside]
I'm looking for advice on a detangling product for super straight, fine, long hair. [more inside]
Silly question, I must wash my hair with a sulphate-free shampoo because I have my hair straightened (this was my question about that) can I still use Selsun Yellow whose active ingredient is Selenium Sulfide?
Help me find a better shampoo. [more inside]
What are your favorite not-so-expensive facial soaps, shampoos, conditioners and/or body washes? (If you can order them from Amazon that is a big, big plus!) [more inside]
I have a new baby and taking a nice long shower is now a thing of the past. I've been using my husband's Pert Shampoo+Conditioner but it makes my hair feel dry and doesn't de-tangle well. Is there a combined shampoo+conditioner product that will actually make my hair feel nice after I use it? Bonus points for hypoallergenic or fragrance free.
I need help with a Dandruff/Dry Scalp conundrum? [more inside]
OMG it turns out I really do need to know algebra. Mr. Farnsworth, you were right: I should have paid better attention in math class! [more inside]
Please recommend hypoallergenic and non-irritating shampoos and conditioners. [more inside]
Is there any shampoo + conditioner product that will help my hair not be so crappy after swimming? [more inside]
I need to know the truth: How often should I be using shampoo and conditioner, and what sorts of shampoo and conditioner? [more inside]
How can I determine which hair product ingredients I am sensitive/allergic to? [more inside]
Is there anywhere in the UK that will refill empty cosmetics bottles? You used to be able to take empty bottles back to The Body Shop to be refilled from jumbo tubs behind the counter, but since they stopped I've never found anywhere else that does it. [more inside]
Why doesn't conditioner lather like shampoo? [more inside]
I'd like to find a reasonably-priced shampoo and conditioner for curly, color-treated hair. [more inside]
Is there any significant difference between cheap and expensive shampoos and conditioners? This question can be extended to all sorts of personal care products, and bunches of other products I suppose, but I'm mostly interested in knowing whether you're a sucker for buying high-end shampoo.