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A good use for L'Oreal Cleansing Conditioner

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I have sensitive skin and routinely debate just getting my legs laser zapper so I never have to shave again. Because if I'm not careful and spend a ton of money on sensitive skin stuff, my legs will have cuts and bumps and I look like a kid on a playground.

However, I did find something that has not caused my sensitive skin to bump up and that is something for my hair. I've tried hair conditioner before and have not been successful. This time I was.

L'Oreal EverCreme Sulfate-Free Moisture System Cleansing Conditioner is a great shaving cream. While the best part is I'm bump free so far (three weeks), a definite second place runner up is it comes in a pump. I'm almost six feet tall and three pumps works for each leg. It smells kind of musky but it rinses off well and does the trick.

I got it on clearance at WalGreens and thought a cleansing conditioner might work well for shaving and it does. It worked o.k. on my hair, although I had to put a ton of leave in conditioner on my hair to get it smooth. That's not L'Oreal's fault. I went to a new person who fried my hair. And best conditioner? Redken's Smooth Lock Butter Silk. And I put Sebastian's Potion Number Nine on my hair when it's soaking wet and I'm still in the shower and then wrap it and that seems to do the trick. I have the actual stuff and the Sally Beauty Supply version and haven't noticed a difference except I like the Sebastian bottle better. Also, Potion Number Nine makes a great leave-in conditioner. Get a spray bottle, mix a couple of pumps in water and shake really, really good every single time.

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