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From: Beth (
Subject: Greasy Residue on Hair
Date: October 1, 2006 at 7:48 am PST

Please help me find a solution!
My daughter is 18, and cannot seem to get her hair clean.
She uses a variety of clarifying shampoos daily, only
conditions the ends, and rinses thoroughly. But minerals in
well water, or chemicals in city water, seem to cling to her
hair and leave a residue. She has several cowlicks, so the
greasy strands bump out making a mess. She is tired of only
wearing pony tails! When she gets a professional clarifying
treatment, the results are lovely for a couple days. But
once she has shampooed two or three times, the residue
returns. Her father also has a similar issue, but it is not
as noticable on his short hair. The rest of the family
suffers no ill effects. He is of Mediterranean decent, and
I'm wondering if this seemingly "porous" hair is genetic.
Has anybody experienced something similar? Does anybody have
any suggestions? Thanks in advance for any help you can

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