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From: Pamela (
Subject: 1 greasy spot gradually increasing!
Date: October 26, 2006 at 11:45 am PST

Hi, I read all the posts concerning a greasy residue buildup from someone back in early October. I have washed my hair sometimes up to 4 times making sure it is good and wet before I even start shampooing. No one else in the family has trouble with a grease spot except for me. I have had my hair highlighted for the past 2 years, am 40 years old and always had silky soft hair. Now these past 6 months, I've had nothing but trouble and it will be great for the first couple of weeks after a highlighting and then this grease starts up all over again, but it seems to be spreading to a bigger area than it was the last time. I hate having to wash my hair and then put baby powder in it just to get rid of the grease. I've used several different shampoos and nothing seems to make a difference. I just resorted to a T-Gel for dandruff(not that I struggle with that), but wondered if that might even do the trick. This problem is driving me NUTS! What treatments or shampoo should I try. I don't want to chemical my hair to death! =) Thank you so much for taking time to answer my question and for your advice! =)

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