Does Pantene shampoo and conditioner interfere with perming solutions?
Any conditoner will coat the hair. It is the reason that conditioners work; they make hair soft and silky by coating the hair, smoothing the cuticle and making it less apt to tangle. Modern hair preparations will "build up" meaning that incorrect usage(improper rinsing, too frequent and too long use) and the product must be removed prior to permanent wave application. The permanent wave will eventually break through the residue of the shampoo/conditioner buildup, but it does take longer and the results might be uneven. A simple solution is to wash the hair, then after thorough rinsing, use an acid rinse on the hair. Common rinses are vinegar and lemon juice. After applying the rinse, rinse again with plain water. This should remove most of the built up residue in the hair. Residue build up is not peculiar to one particular brand, but is common in all hair care products.
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It really depends on your opinion and how it works on your hair type.
Is shampoo and conditioner for color treated hair good for permed hair or are there products specific to permed hair?
You should not use any other shampoo for permed hair besides the one that your hair dresser reccomended/gave too you
My hair dresser has told me to avoid Pantene because it leaves a waxy build up on the hair and scalp. But she also said that if you really wanted to use it, to use a clarifyin…g shampoo once a week to remove the build up from your hair and scalp.
Yes. It has been listed that Pantene are one of many companies that test their products on animals, as it is a Procter & Gamble company. I suggest if you are against animal te…sting, that you do not use pantene. If you'd like to help out you can always sign the petitions to stop Pantene from animal testing or atleast test on a large amount of animals.
Herbal Essences Totally Twisted shampoo and conditioner has gotten a great response from its curly-haired users.
Pantene shampoo is a name brand shampoo found in the store. It is alittle more expensive than cheaper brands.
It works for me its the best shampoo I've ever used.
Well, a lot of people say that it's bad for you because it has wax in it (better known as dimethicone, or silicone), and then they recommend you a bunch of other ridiculously …expensive hair products like salon stuff, or other stuff that I probably haven't even heard of. But the truth is that almost every shampoo and conditioner you can find at the grocery store (unless it's one of those organic brands) or even at the salon will have silicone in it. Silicone is not bad for your hair, and it does not break your hair down to little bits, like a lot of people on the internet have said. So, to make a long story short, no, Pantene shampoo is not bad for your hair. Sorry if my answer was too long! :P
Pantene is the worst,models and stylists say -It's VERY bad!
if u die your hair with kool aid it won't come out until u wash it *edit* That is totally unrelated to the topic. Basically most shampoo formula's are the same, whether …you pay Â£1.99 or Â£21.99 a bottle. All you are paying for is a brand name, a nice smell, and some (totally useless) "magic" ingredients Both shampoo's are good, they have nice basic formula's with no hidden nasties. Decide which one has the best smell, or is on BuyOneGetOneFree this week.
yes it really works,i had too much of hair fall before,,now it is completly stoped , thanks for pantene pink shampo o.
There does not seem to be any disadvantages in using Panteneshampoo. The Pantene brand is one of the best in the industry.
No shampoo will make the hair faster. But the shampoo and conditioner keeps the hair healthy so growing it long is better with no need to cut the tips.
I've used this product and yes it has a deep moisturizer that can leave an oily residue.