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  • Do the same with shampoo, since you can also break out on your head. I use the Magick shampoo and conditioner - I have found it to be the least irritating to my scalp even when it's got breakouts on it.
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The copper is too high and is turning my blonde hair green. I left the owner's manual at home and I am trying to find the stuff that it said to buy to correct the problem. It is something sulfate...


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Does this product contain sulfates


More than likely there are going to be "some" sulfates, however, this is going to be one of the "lowest" sulfates container products out there.

SLS is widely used in healthcare products. See below
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sodium_laureth_sulfate

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