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No Rinse Shampoo - Your Thoughts?

 
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I had used No Rinse shampoo a few years ago in an attempt to conserve water. I found that I preferred to use a small pot of water to rinse my hair after using the No Rinse shampoo versus wiping my hair grime onto my towel. It worked well in conserving water compared to my typical luxurious long shower where I leave the hot water running to stay warm. I'm not an avid label reader (unless its about organic/gmo and just seeing how many unknown to me chemicals and other stuff are in the food).

Was wondering if other people on here could tell me if this product has anything bad for hair or for the environment.

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