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shampoo

n. champagne. (see also cham, champers, poo.) There is nothing like shampoo to liven up a party!
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Some people opt to use sulfate-free or moisturizing shampoos to preserve hair health, although there is little evidence that sulfate-free shampoos are less aggressive than regular products.
The three new variants are a combination of oil and shampoo designed to strengthen hair and make it shinier, fuller, and healthier with the help of its unique formulation.
Hypoallergenic shampoos, then, generally won't be as thick as regular shampoos, and probably won't lather up in a nice, lush manner; they're formulated to rinse off quickly.
In the West, this bottled shampoo with a nozzle is a convenient solution and a healthier alternative to a wet head every morning.
The Zerreau Towel Off Shampoo is a foam that cleans hair by combining with dirt and grease which is then removed by towel drying.
Like many women, she loved the idea of dry shampoos for reducing the damage that frequent shampoos and styling did to her tresses.
Instead of dulling down your 'do, a little dry shampoo with a hint of pigment boosts the hue of your hair in a single spritz.
Beauty ed: A new and improved version of this thickening shampoo with polymers that coat the hair for added oomph and less static.
Propylene glycol, which can sometimes be found in baby shampoos, is known as an industrial antifreeze.
Figure 7: Italy - Shampoo & Conditioners: Retail market segmentation by value (m EUR) - 2011
Although dry shampoos are widely accessible, consumer uptake remains relatively low.
Beauty school Three of the best dry shampoos 1 Batiste Dry Shampoo, PS2.
THERE are literally hundreds of shampoos and conditioners on the market but how we use them is as important as the product itself.
Among these ingredients are: detergents, most of which are coconut oil derivatives; foam stabilizers and boosters, also made from coconut oil to help increase the viscosity of the system; opacifiers, prevalent in "cream" type shampoos; clarifiers, added to keep shampoos clear; thickeners such as salt or gums, to increase viscosity; conditioners either solubilized oils or cationics to give wet comb, manageability, and other conditioning properties; preservatives to prevent microbial growth; and perfume to both mask odor and impart a pleasant aroma.
UNILEVER INTRODUCES CLEAR SCALP & HAIR BEAUTY THERAPY, a line of shampoos and conditioners designed to change the way women care for their hair.