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Reddit mentions of SheaMoisture Moisture Retention Shampoo for Dry, Damaged or Transitioning Hair Raw Shea Butter to Hydrate Hair 13 oz

Sentiment score: 8
Reddit mentions: 15

We found 15 Reddit mentions of SheaMoisture Moisture Retention Shampoo for Dry, Damaged or Transitioning Hair Raw Shea Butter to Hydrate Hair 13 oz. Here are the top ones.

SheaMoisture Moisture Retention Shampoo for Dry, Damaged or Transitioning Hair Raw Shea Butter to Hydrate Hair 13 oz
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Shea Moisture Raw Shea Butter Moisture Retention Shampoo is a hydrating shampoo that fortifies and restores dry hair that has been damaged or is transitioningThis deeply hydrating and nourishing shampoo blends together fair trade shea butter, argan oil and sea kelp to replenish and seal in moisture to dehydrated strandsThis moisturizing hair shampoo is blended with Shea Butter, known to deeply hydrate while conditioning hair and scalp, and Argan Oil, known to restore shine and rebuild hair elasticityThis natural shampoo is great for 3A to 4C hair types as well as dry hair, damaged hair, transitioning hair and natural hairAll Shea Moisture hair products are ethically traded, sustainably produced and cruelty-freeThis hydrating shampoo contains no silicones, parabens, phthalates, propylene glycol, mineral oil or petrolatum. This shampoo is also sulfate free
Height6.2 Inches
Length2.68 Inches
Number of items1
Release dateFebruary 2019
Size13 Fl Oz (Pack of 1)
Weight0.8125 Pounds
Width2.68 Inches

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Found 15 comments on SheaMoisture Moisture Retention Shampoo for Dry, Damaged or Transitioning Hair Raw Shea Butter to Hydrate Hair 13 oz:

u/40WNKS · 14 pointsr/HaircareScience

I'm sorry to hear about your hair loss. I have very fine hair that's thinning due to PCOS, so I feel your pain. Do you wear your hair in "half up" hairstyles often? Hairloss at your temples specifically sounds like you're pulling your hair up too tight maybe? There are some things you can do to help, or at least won't exacerbate the issue.

To begin with, I take a pre-natal vitamin and a biotin supplement everyday. Also, I try to go at least two days between washes if possible, using dry shampoo powder in the interim.

I also use a great leave-in conditioner that has no silicone in it. I use this one from Avlon. I spent over an hour in Ulta looking for a reasonably priced one that has zero -cones in it, and this is it. I personally love it, it doesn't weigh my hair down, definitely detangles, and smells nice also.

I don't wash with sulfate shampoos either because of how drying they are. I really love this one from Shea Moisture. If your hair strands are thicker or if you have curly / wavy hair, maybe look into co-washing? I would love to be able to do that.

I've read that not only should you not brush / comb wet hair, that you shouldn't even put it up in a pony or braid while it's wet. I can't help but to comb mine when wet though. If I didn't, the strands would dry in strange positions, and there would be no going back. So I just go slow & gentle by starting at the tips and slowly work my way up.

It also goes without saying that you should probably stop dyeing your hair for now, till you get your medical condition figured out. Get your damaged ends cut off to keep from snagging, and be gentle to save what's left. Good luck to you!

u/jollibhe · 12 pointsr/curlyhair

I use Shea Moisture Raw Shea Retention Shampoo. I shampoo every few weeks.

I tried Yes to Carrots Shampoo. I found later that it has Sodium Coco Sulfate and though it's a milder type of sulfate I decided to stop using it. There are sulfate-free alternatives anyway. I wanted to see if the top and back of my hair improves. I think it did as I saw less frizz, though that could be due to the other products I'm using and not necessarily the change in shampoo.

u/inkedfiend · 7 pointsr/antiMLM

I'm all about Shea Moisture line, the 13oz lasts for a month and a half to two cuz you need so little. Smells lovely, works great and free of: Sulfates, Parabens, Mineral oil, Propelyene Glycol, Petroleum, or Animal Testing.
*Not a hun, just a satisfied customer who is cheap as all get out.

u/[deleted] · 5 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I'm also experimenting with going sulfate and silicone free. I'm currently trying out both Shea Moisture (which is basically everything-free) and L'Oreal's cleansing conditioner (which is in my gym bag for those mornings). I like both so far!

u/whitegirlAMA · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Vaseline and oil cleansing with mineral oil come to mind, and both of these are very unlikely to break you out.

For oil cleansing with mineral oil, at the end of the day, you'd gently massage your face with mineral oil and then wipe it off with a soft washcloth soaked with warm water. This is a very gentle and effective way of cleansing your skin without drying it out! Being gentle and keeping your skin moisturized are key. Ensure you buy 100% mineral oil with no extra ingredients. Check the ingredient lists carefully.

Vaseline is applied before bed, all over the face. Make sure your face is clean when you do this as you don't want to "trap" any debris under the vaseline. Again, check the ingredient list to ensure you're getting 100% petroleum jelly.

Finally, a lot of people breakout on the hair line and near the mouth if their skin is sensitive to sodium laureth sulfate (SLS). SLS is a foaming agent that is often in toothpaste and shampoo. Switching to SLS free shampoo and toothpaste could help, or it might have no effect on your skin, but it can't hurt so I think it's worth a try! This toothpaste is great, and still gets foamy like regular toothpaste. And this shampoo.

You also say you don't wear make-up much, so I'd recommend avoiding it extra until your big day. Avoid putting unnecessary products on your skin.

u/SkivvyLivvy · 3 pointsr/curlyhair

Same situation as you - thought I had straightish hair most of my life and turns out it is 2B (2A if I don't take good care of it). Here's my routine and products:

  • Wash with Shea Moisture shampoo - sulfate free and very gentle. Leaves the natural oils in my hair so it's shiny and moisturized, but clean looking.

  • Work DevaCurl One Condition into my hair and comb through tangles with my fingers. Then I do the "squish to condish" method to get all the conditioner into my hair and let it sit while I do the rest of my shower stuff. :) The DevaCurl conditioner is pretty expensive, but very worth it to me. It's just so moisturizing and does wonders for my waves.

  • Rinse out with cool water, flip my head upside down and scrunch up my soaking wet hair to get it to form its curls.

  • Scrunch L.A. Looks Gel into my hair, then plop in a t-shirt.

  • Either let my hair air dry or use the pixiecurl method with a diffuser (there are videos of how to do this on youtube). The pixiecurl method can be a bit tedious and give me a bit more frizz, but it also gives my curls way more definition and volume than if I air dry.

    Note that the L.A. Looks gel does make hair feel crunchy when it is drying (which I hate the look and feel of), but once it's dry I release the gel hold by scrunching my hair and tossing it around a bit and it looks completely soft and natural. I used to be totally gel-phobic because I hated the crunchy gel look - then I learned you can scrunch the gel hold out of your hair! You get the nice definition that gel gives you and the natural look of something softer like a serum.
u/darkfires · 2 pointsr/Naturalhair

Shea Moisture Raw Shea Retention Shampoo is amazing. My hair almost feels conditioned after using it, yet very clean.

u/Chicken_beard · 2 pointsr/NoPoo

It sounds like we have similar hair. When I first went WO my hair got super-greasy very quickly. I tried to live with it but couldn't stand it so I did end up washing it with a sulphate-free shampoo.
This got rid of the oil so I went back to WO for a about a week..washed again with the shampoo as it got too oily. Since then it's significantly better and I don't need the shampoo at all.
I still use a boar-bristle brush each night to brush the hell out of my hair and scalp. That seems to distribute the oils along the hair and keep my scalp from getting itchy.

u/Schenectadye · 2 pointsr/beards

6 months, washed, oiled, waxed, brushed. Mustache styled with 81 T comb, fingers, and Fisticuffs.

Edit: for the lazyyyyy

Shea Moisture Raw Shea Butter Restorative Conditioner

Kent The Handmade Comb

Shea Moisture Raw Shea Retention Shampoo

[Honest Amish Original Beard Wax] (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B009NNA3IY/ref=cm_sw_r_udp_awd_P7y2tb1YE73EZHNQ)

Honest Amish Beard Balm

Fisticuffs Mustache Wax

u/dawn_quixote · 2 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

/r/NoPoo !!!

I use Shea Moisture raw shea butter moisture retention shampoo once a week after steaming my hair in coconut oil for moisture. My hair used to be sooo dry and now it has texture, body and super waves that will curl nicely if I let it. You are looking at day 4 nopoo hair in the pics..

disclaimer: this just happens to be my personal hair profile. Do not go no poo expecting the same results. Also, the transition period sucks and lasts about 6 weeks. I think my best outcome was learning about sulfates and silicones and removing both from my hair care routine. I also stopped flat ironing and blowdrying, but I seriously have too much time on my hands and not everybody can spend an hour each morning with wet hair and hoping it'll dry into a manageable shape.

u/power1211 · 2 pointsr/FierceFlow

yeah in short sulfate free shampoo makes it less frizzy and allows the scalp to do its thing naturally (secrete the oils you need at a better rate rather than too much bc of the oil loss). if youre interested in finding out, sulfates are used to make the hair clean but usually dry out the hair follicle. the drying effect makes it so the scalp goes what the fuck and makes too much oil in response. after a week or so of sulfate free shampooing your scalp will be like aight bet and then you can wash your hair less frequently as you will be utilizing the natural oils on your scalp!

Edit: https://www.amazon.com/Shea-Moisture-Raw-Retention-Shampoo-13/dp/B0038TVHGG?th=1 this is the product i use to shampoo. you can find it at walmart for a relatively cheap price and coupled with suave essentials conditioner, goes for a great natural yet cheap routine!

u/youngbridget · 1 pointr/TwoXChromosomes

I ditched shampoo with sulfates (I've been using this stuff) and that helped a lot.

I shower, wash my hair (every couple of days) or just wet it down, and then comb it and put in whatever product you prefer, I've been using the curl enhancing smoothie from the same folks as the shampoo. I wrap it up in a t shirt or a microfiber towel and get the excess moisture out, and then I put it up on top of my head in a scrunchie and sleep on it. Let it down in the morning and thats it! Its pretty big when I let it down, it takes like half an hour to an hour to calm down.

I love it! Simple and easy are important to me.

u/quirkykoala · 1 pointr/HaircareScience

I am planning on using thisfor shampoo and this for conditioner. Will this help my hair situation? I am currently using head and shoulders dandruff shampoo.

u/Hermyherman · 1 pointr/FancyFollicles

Recently tried this:

Denorex Dandruff Treatment System

Made my hair lose my oils (I felt that squeaky clean)

Renpure Solutions Cleansing Conditioner

J.R. Liggett Bar Shampoo, Herbal Formula

Suave Essentials Conditioner, Tropical Coconut

Mane 'n Tail Moisturizer - Texturizer

Shea Moisture Restorative Conditioner

Shea Moisture Raw Shea Retention Shampoo

When I first started co-washing, I used the last 3 products. At first everything felt/looked fine, but after a while, my hair felt 'ugh' and looked slightly frizzy. The other products I've bought and used afterwards and probably not as a long.