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Sulfate free shampoo/conditioner for straight, fine, limp hair?

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Hi all. I was looking for recommendations on a good sulfate free shampoo and conditioner for thin, straight, limp hair. I'm looking for volume! Any recommendations??
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I really like the Oscar Blandi Pronto Wet Instant Voluminizing Shampoo and Conditioner. They are sulfate and paraben free. I found mine at TJ Maxx for $7.99/bottle.
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I had great success with Hair Rules shampoo and conditioner, they're both sold in Birchbox store and I seriously considered getting them with my points.

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I use Nature's Gate--it uses organic ingredients and is sulfate-free :). Companies usually have different formulas, so I'd go with the volumizing shampoos and conditioners. If your hair is limp, you could change your shampooing habits--i.e. conditioner can really weigh your hair down, so I'd avoid putting it on your scalp in case it doesn't rinse off. Or get it layered, so it's lighter.

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I love, love, love the Alba Botanica Honey Dew Hawaiian Shampoo/Conditioner!  I have been using it for about 2 weeks, and my hair looks and smells great.  It doesn't seem to weigh my hair down at all.  biggrin.gif  I also wanted something free of sulfates, parabens, and all of that.  And I avoid putting very much conditioner above my ear line, if that makes sense.  I put it on the rest of my hair, and then smooth what's left on my hands on the top of my head.  It really does seem to help.

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I have pretty fine and oily hair and even though this is a "moisturizing" shampoo, Carol's Daughter Black Vanilla shampoo does add volume and smells so freaking good! 

 

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