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Hamadi Honey Soymilk Hair Wash 8 oz.

Hamadi Honey Soymilk Hair Wash is a daily shampoo for fine hair.
$23.00
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    Medium Brown
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    Fine or Thin Hair
    5 Star Rating
    Thickens Like Mad
    I absolutely LOVE this hair care line - Made in CANADA btw. The no suds is easy to get used to since that means there is NO sulfates (which is rare) - you need very little - and it thickens the hair like crazy after regular usage. My friends who are experiencing thinning hair from thyroid conditions appreciate their hair growing back that's for sure. OH and you get compliments - just random compliments. If you are healthy already - this is for you - if you need to change over - just give it a few weeks - it is WORTH IT!

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    posted Aug 1, 2012
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  • 5 Star Rating
    Great Product.
    Love this product, it does take a few shampoos to see a lather. The best shampoo for fullness and lots of body.
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    posted Sep 16, 2010
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  • San Francisco, CA
    1 Star Rating
    Overpriced And Foul-smelling.
    Youd think that a "honey soymilk" shampoo would have a sweet, light, inviting scent, but in this case -- youd be wrong.Despite having all natural ingredients, Hamadis Honey Soymilk Hair Wash smells like a chemical nightmare. Id even take the floral overdose of cheap shampoo over this astringent and uninviting stuff.This is also one of those shampoos that does not lather. In fact, it feels like it strips the life out of your hair as soon as you start massaging it in. Tresses immediately become matted and impossible to manipulate. Getting all the way down to the scalp is a struggle.For a magazine-featured, $23 per bottle shampoo, I expected a hell of a lot more.
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    posted Jul 27, 2009
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