Where To Buy Products From Pro Hair Labs

Aviation106

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Hi there,
Does anybody know where I can buy Products from Pro Hair labs (especially shampoo and Conditioner etc.) in a store? So not online, in a store where i can go in.
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cottonReville

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Have you guys tried using inexpensive, drugstore shampoos and conditioners to juxtapose their performance against more expensive ones?

I just can't imagine their being different in any significant way - with the exception that one shampoo may be minimally more drying than another.

What evidence is there that parabens and sulfates do anything bad to hair?
 

Noah

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I always buy shampoo, conditioner etc. from the local supermarket. I just pick a mild shampoo formulated "for processed hair", and it works fine. No need for specialist products. Similarly with conditioner, although I do think it is worth getting a good quality one.
 

cottonReville

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I always buy shampoo, conditioner etc. from the local supermarket. I just pick a mild shampoo formulated "for processed hair", and it works fine. No need for specialist products. Similarly with conditioner, although I do think it is worth getting a good quality one.

I've heard such polarized talk concerning condition. It good VS it loosen knots
 

Fanjeera

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I use conditioner for colored hair. Less than 2€ per bottle. And a shampoo from a brand called Pure Nature. It's also 2€ only and it doesn't contain lauryl sulphate, so it must be good enough.

The hair system itself is expensive enough. I am not wasting any more money on anything. My hairdresser died unfortunately. Before that I only had to pay like 5€ per visit as well, now it's 20€ which is quite expensive imo, but most people actually pay that much.
 
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