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I checked out the so-called affordable best drugstore shampoos for keratin treated hair to see whether they live up to their claims of being Sulfate-free and Salt-free.
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And here’s what I found…
They are no doubt cheaper and easier to buy next door.
When I took a closer look at the ingredients, I figured out that they were not always truthful about what’s inside the bottle.
If you skimp on it – you get what you pay for.
Let me show you a few examples:
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My Opinion on “Sulfate-Free (SLS-Free)” Drugstore Shampoos
I’ll start with a popular brand that people ask me a lot of questions about:
OGX have a great variety of shampoos ranging from coconut milk to Argan oil to Brazilian Keratin smooth.
If you search for drugstore shampoo for keratin treated hair on Google, you’ll most likely see one of them in the list.
And I can guarantee you’ll always find them on the shelves in your local shop.
But don’t be mistaken by the Brazilian keratin smooth version.
At first, it looks like a prime candidate for post keratin treatments, but it flatters to deceive.
It only took me 2 seconds to identify what was wrong with it.
Let me show you …
The OGX Sulfate Free Shampoo
I walked into my local Boots store, picked one of them, and looked at the back of the bottle.
Check out what it says:
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I am currently on week 3 using this shampoo, and my keratin treatment still looks fresh like it was just done yesterday.