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Chamomile Shampoo

February 02, 2009

"I dye my hair red every six weeks, and have a hard time with fading. Red dye is notorious for fading quickly, so I decided to try Abbey's Chamomile Shampoo, and I've never been so happy with a shampoo before! It smells great, it doesn't strip my hair of all of its oils, and it doesn't fade my colour! It's unlike any kind of shampoo that I've ever used- it feels like I'm washing my hair IN nature - I can almost feel myself in a lake next to a forest when I use it. It's wonderful because you can tell that there are no chemicals in the product. You'll look at all other shampoos on the shelf of stores differently after using this. It's not a creamy shampoo, but the suds are amazing! Well done AsC!" Marilyn Jasper, Nova Scotia

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