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Suave Kids Fragrance-Free 3-in-1 Shampoo, Body Wash, and Conditioner review

Don't expect this product to condition your hair, but it's a great option if you're searching for an affordable, fragrance-free shampoo. Plus, my dad shares the ingredients you should look for in a good 2-in-1 conditioning shampoo.

Sorry for the long hiatus, folks. This blog is not dead. The past few months have been a bit unusual—not just because I have never gone this long without seeing my immediate family in person, but also because of the undeniable, all-encompassing cause behind it: all the craziness going on in the world. Despite the part of me that longs to descend into the dark spiral of wondering how much longer the world can keep going like this, I must admit that there are still sources of joy in the world,…

Johnson's head-to-toe baby wash & shampoo: A gentle option for adults?

This product could be a great sulfate-free shampoo for adults with color-treated hair and/or sensitive skin.

Even though I’m not a parent, I love keeping an eye on personal care products that are formulated for babies. I’ve mentioned my fascination with baby products before—this whole category of products is typically formulated to be extra-gentle for sensitive, pure skin. As someone who has sensitive skin and eczema, I look to baby products as a safe haven for ingredients that won’t aggravate my skin. I also like the claims of what each baby product doesn’t contain. One thing…

Aveeno Nourish + Shine Shampoo Review

Is this shampoo safe for color-treated hair, even though it contains a sulfate (ammonium lauryl sulfate)?

If you read my other review of Aveeno Pure Renewal Shampoo and Conditioner, you know that I’ve been a big fan of Aveeno haircare products ever since my Japanese hair stylist recommended the brand to me years ago. I recently ordered Aveeno Nourish + Shine shampoo for the first time. Nourish and shine? Sign me up. But when I received it in the mail, I was a bit disappointed to discover that the second ingredient included the word “sulfate”—not “sodium lauryl sulfate,”…