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I curious what hair type, Carol's daughters products are for. Meaning caucasion hair or african american hair.
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Hair Milk™ Conditioning Co-Wash


Hair Milk™ Conditioning Co-Wash

What it is: A sulfate-free, no lather cleansing conditioner especially formulated for curly hair.What it does: Curly hair requires a lot of moisture and it can be bad for hair to be washed daily. This lightly scented sulfate-free, cleansing conditioner gently rinses away product build-up as it deeply moisturizes and quickly detangles curly hair. A perfect creamy cleanser that won’t leave hair begging for moisture or full of tangled tresses, this formula is made with agave nectar to ensure intense hydration, pro-vitamin B5 to strengthen, and shea butter to detangle and condition from root to tip.What it is formulated WITHOUT:- Parabens- Sulfates What else you need to know:This product does not contain mineral oil, synthetic dyes, or petrochemicals.
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Questions & Answers for Carol's Daughter Hair Milk™ Conditioning Co-Wash

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Would you still use shampoo?
Since this is a "cleansing" conditioner, would you still need to use shampoo to wash your hair, or is this a two-in-one sort of thing?
asked 2 years, 2 months ago
maia1313
(Boulder,CO)
on Hair Milk™ Conditioning Co-Wash
11 answers
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answer 1
No need to shampoo with this. I use this as my everyday "shampoo" and only use regular shampoo once a week.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
texasredhead
(Dallas, TX)
answer 2
no you don't need shampoo this is a two in one product but only for super curly hair. light thin hair will be overwhelmed by this product
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
lise2
(san francisco)
answer 3
I do not use shampoo along with the co-wash. The co-wash cleanses and conditions.
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
kami123
(NYC)
answer 4
I have been using this type of shampoo for years and have never felt the need to use a "shampoo". I feel this does an excellent job of cleaning my hair and scalp.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
yahu4me
(Centreville, VA)
answer 5
Co wash is what it is I use this on my curly hair in between shampoos and actually find that I like the way my hair feels after using.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
gr8ant
(Owings Mills, MD)
answer 6
Yes
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
Shamajama
(Seattle WA)
answer 7
It's a two in one kind of cleanser, but it's very moisturizing and emoillient, so I would suggest a regular shampoo monthly.
answered 2 years ago
mishab
(Palm Beach County, FL)
answer 8
You do not need to shampoo first. It's not exactly a 2-in-one in the traditional sense that it will lather - it just sort of soaks in and works its magic. It is similar (in some ways) to Wen cleansing conditioner.

I use a lot of hair product and do occasionally use a clarifying shampoo prior to using my CD co-wash, but that's 1-2 washes per month.
answered 2 years ago
nsyeske
(berkeley, ca)
answer 9
No, you do not want to wash after the co-wash it defeats the purpose in my opinion
answered 2 years ago
porkylove92
(Oak Park, IL)
answer 10
No, you should not use a shampoo. The co-wash is your shampoo. You need to use a leave-in or conditioner .I do not rinse out leave in or conditioner depending on hair texture and thickness.
answered 2 years ago
dmkamb
(Cincinnati, OH)
answer 11
No, this is your shampoo. Co-washing is a longer process then regular shampoo though.
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
debbieb
(FL)
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Is this product specifically made for women of color?
asked 2 years, 1 month ago
Anonymous
(media, pa)
on Hair Milk™ Conditioning Co-Wash
7 answers
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answer 1
nope
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
vegasgirlygirl
(Las Vegas, NV)
answer 2
This is made for anyone with curly hair. I've found some of the other Carol's Daughter products are better for women of color that have drier and/or coarser hair.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
texasredhead
(Dallas, TX)
answer 3
yes it is made for women of color but I know caucasians, latinas, jewish and middle eastern girls with very coarse curly hair who use it too
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
lise2
(san francisco)
answer 4
Most definitely!!!!
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
gr8ant
(Owings Mills, MD)
answer 5
It designed for curly hair or hair with a tight curl pattern, so it would work for women of any color and biracial or mixed race people with really curly hair.
answered 2 years ago
mishab
(Palm Beach County, FL)
answer 6
I am not a woman of color and I use it and love it.

I do have somewhat dry, coarse, thick, wavy-curly hair. I don't think it would work well for fine/straight hair.
answered 2 years ago
nsyeske
(berkeley, ca)
answer 7
No, it is for all hair types
answered 2 years ago
porkylove92
(Oak Park, IL)
Question
is nthis similar to the wen cleansing conditioner
asked 2 years ago
Anonymous
(long island new york)
on Hair Milk™ Conditioning Co-Wash
6 answers
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answer 1
It is in concept, but this is heavier than Wen. My hair feels cleaner after using Wen, this leaves a conditioned feeling
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
weeziebug
(Milton, WV)
answer 2
I don't know if it is similar to wen but I know when is also a co-wash this is for very curly black or bi-racial hair . I know caucasian, latina and jewish girls with very coarse curly hair who use it too.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
lise2
(san francisco)
answer 3
It is pretty similar. Completely different smell. Like Wen, you have to rinse it very well. But I found Wen to leave my hair a little softer and not as oily at the roots.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
mrscave
(Eugene, Or)
answer 4
Not really. It's more heavy duty.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
Shamajama
(Seattle WA)
answer 5
Yes.

However, unlike Wen, you don't have to use almost half the ($50) bottle for 1 wash and take 20 minutes to cleanse your hair/scalp. It's a better value and I like it just as much, if not better.
answered 2 years ago
nsyeske
(berkeley, ca)
answer 6
I have used the wen product, too, but I prefer this one. Like wen, this does not lather, but I think this is gentler. My hair is coarse and dry, and my hair is softer and less frizzy with this one.
answered 2 years ago
nc2020
(Boston, MA)
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Has anybody with straight/fine hair tried this? What were your results?
asked 1 year, 5 months ago
GeordiGal
on Hair Milk™ Conditioning Co-Wash
2 answers
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answer 1
I have fine, curly hair and I love it. It's not too heavy and doesn't weigh my hair down nor leave a filmy coating on it.
answered 8 months ago
texasredhead
(Dallas, TX)
answer 2
I tried it, and I have fine, straight/sometimes slightly wavy hair that is highlighted, it is entirely too drying, I would not recommend it.
answered 10 months ago
dagni
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