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From: Frizzy (126.96.36.199)
Subject: Shampoo to Use after NanoKeratin --for Denise
Date: November 20, 2009 at 6:12 pm PST
I understand that you use Tanagra and I am planning to get a similar treatment (NanoMax). After Nanomax, I am required to use a sulfate-free shampoo (does Tanagra have the same requirement?). However, I currently use a shampoo (Phillip B Russian Amber) that I love that has LAURETH Sulfates as one of its ingredients. I remember reading somewhere that LAURYL sulfates are the ones that will strip treatments from your hair.
As far as I know, my shampoo is very gentle and is marketed as "color-preserving". I would love to continue using it after NanoMax, but don't want to risk stripping the treatment.
Here's the link for the shampoo:
Please let me know what you think
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