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Baby Shampoo For Adults?

Post  johndoe1225 on Sun Mar 25, 2018 12:36 pm

Hey everyone!!

I have a simple question; what do you guys think about using baby shampoo?  I want to experiment with this.

My reasoning is that babies' hair (and babies in general) are very sensitive and fragile, so I assume the most gentle, safe shampoo would be for them, right?  I haven't researched this yet so I'm hoping it's cheap.  I read that they are all sulfate free for this reason (safety).  Would using a regular, sulfate-free shampoo be the same as a baby shampoo?  I just think that baby shampoo might be a safer bet.

I was going to use castille soap but I read that you have to dilute it and stuff.  Is that true?  Are there mild versions?

Or is there like a baby castille soap shampoo, lol

Thanks everyone Very Happy

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Re: Baby Shampoo For Adults?

Post  shaftless on Mon Mar 26, 2018 3:22 am

I knew someone who thought the same way and was using Johnson and Johnson baby shampoo (clear yellow stuff) and he still went bald. Maybe it slowed it down a little.

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