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“Bad Hair Days”

published 20/04/2001

AdvantagesWorks if used properly

DisadvantagesDry hair and acne

...around my hair that was always flaking onto my shirts at work and people commenting on my dandruff, I tried every product possible from Aromatherapy to not washing for a few days! Aromatherapy was okay but your hair becomes very oily and after a while begins to smell stale. A recommendation from my hairdresser only made matters worse, she advised me to try Tea Tree shampoo, which only erupted...

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AdvantagesPositive effect on skin, I am not allergic to it(!), good alternative to facial gel washes.

DisadvantagesMay seem expensive.

...I have used so many different Clinique products that I have probably forgotten using some of them. My experience of the Clinique Facial Soap for Oily Skin is long lasting though, and I still use the soap to this day. My cousin used to work on one of the beauty counters in a major retail outlet and she would recommend products to my mum and she in turn would buy them for me for Christmas...

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AdvantagesSmells nice, makes hair really clean, removes product build-up

DisadvantagesExpensive, can be drying

...Shampoo*** This shampoo is designed to be refreshing, to revitalise your hair and stimulate your scalp. Chlorophyllin helps to balance oil production, bay tones the scalp and fresh mint (the shampoo contains both spearmint and peppermint oils) helps to give hair body and lift. The shampoo is designed mainly for normal to oily hair, but I thought it would be worth trying it anyway. It is suitable...

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