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Aveda Pure Abundance Volumizing Shampoo 1000ml

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Excellent
I am 73, and have never had very thick hair, even in my youth. Now, it has begun to really thin. I have tried many shampoos supposedly for thinning hair, but have found Aveda the best, although some John Frieda products are good too. It neither strips my hair (like Nioxin) or weighs it down (like Kerastase). For other women who suffer from hormone age related thinning hair, medication prescribed by my dermatologist (pills - Finasteride 5%/Minoxidil .5%) has really helped in my case. Topical Minoxidil is really effective although it takes awhile to notice any difference and is pretty ‘icky’, but all hair meds take a looong time to work.

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On the fence...
I have long, untreated wavy/lightly curly hair. I am always on the hunt for a shampoo/conditioner duo that gives my hair added life and body. I'm not sure that this is it yet. First, the smell is great - earthier and more calming than the aveda rosemary and mint range. The shampoo lathers really well and leaves hair clean without too much squeak. The conditioner spreads well, but does take me a while to comb through my long hair, it's not one of those instantly detangling/softening kinds. Once my hair is rinsed and starts to dry, i need to scrunch it or this duo seems to make my curls drop. Overall, my hair dries with a bit of extra body, but no 'oomph' factor. It looks a bit lacklustre. I'm still trying to figure out if added styling products/oils can balance this. This range might be more suitable to fine hair.
  1. Excellent

    I am 73, and have never had very thick hair, even in my youth. Now, it has begun to really thin. I have tried many shampoos supposedly for thinning hair, but have found Aveda the best, although some John Frieda products are good too. It neither strips my hair (like Nioxin) or weighs it down (like Kerastase). For other women who suffer from hormone age related thinning hair, medication prescribed by my dermatologist (pills - Finasteride 5%/Minoxidil .5%) has really helped in my case. Topical Minoxidil is really effective although it takes awhile to notice any difference and is pretty ‘icky’, but all hair meds take a looong time to work.
  2. On the fence...

    I have long, untreated wavy/lightly curly hair. I am always on the hunt for a shampoo/conditioner duo that gives my hair added life and body. I'm not sure that this is it yet. First, the smell is great - earthier and more calming than the aveda rosemary and mint range. The shampoo lathers really well and leaves hair clean without too much squeak. The conditioner spreads well, but does take me a while to comb through my long hair, it's not one of those instantly detangling/softening kinds. Once my hair is rinsed and starts to dry, i need to scrunch it or this duo seems to make my curls drop. Overall, my hair dries with a bit of extra body, but no 'oomph' factor. It looks a bit lacklustre. I'm still trying to figure out if added styling products/oils can balance this. This range might be more suitable to fine hair.
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