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From: Russian Amber Addict (220.127.116.11)
Subject: Re: Philip B Katira
Date: February 20, 2010 at 7:01 pm PST
In Reply to: Philip B Katira posted by Lauri on February 18, 2010 at 9:43 am:
What is your hair type? Please let me know how you like the Katira masque. I use the Russian Amber shampoo and love it. I'm thinking about ordering the masque as well.
Also, has anybody tried Phillip four-step oil treatment. I'm wondering if it could be done as a pre-shampoo before Katira.
And...I saw on the ingredient list of the Russian Amber that it has sodium laureth sulfate as one of it's first ingredients. On PB's web site, he says that any stripping effect of the sulfate is counteracted by all of the essential oils and that it will not strip color or affect a BKT. Wondering if anybody has tried it and knows for a fact if this is the case? The shampoo definitely seems gentle and doesn't lather much ....
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