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When my hair is relaxed can I use the neutralizing shampoo first, then my sulfate free shampoo?


Yes, you can use the neutralizing shampoo first because that will not be too strong on your hair and it will somehow cover up your relaxed hair to protect it. Overall, very strong chemicals are not advised if your hair is relaxed because not only will it easily turn back your hair to how it was before, it will also make your hair dry and dull.

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Neutralizing shampoos that don't contain sulfate?


If you are asking about if you can use Neutralizing shampoos that does not contain any sulfate or specifically sulfate free, then it is a big yes. These shampoos are best to use since it can neutralize and moisturize your hair and it is advisable for the hair that has been treated using a chemical for relaxing or dye.

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Yes, there are a number of shampoos of this type that does not contain sulfate, you can search for the numerous products below:

Joico Color Endure

Aubrey Swimmers Normalizing Shampoo

Keratin Complex Blondshell

Olive Oil Shampoo

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