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  • celinne
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    I like their serum too. Cheap and good!

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  • lengleng
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    i *** have read this topic! I went to Mustafa yesterday & bought the ST. Ives shampoo & conditioner @ $9.90 for two. it's packed together. This morning I use the shampoo itself, hair damn dry. I was using Lux shampoo previously. Using lux shampoo alone, my hair wont be so dry, but just using St. Ives shampoo alone, hair veri the dry, cfm nid a conditioner..

    I think i giving my maid to use ***. Hee. My hair is very dry cos rebonded & coloured before.. dunno *** brand to use to mositurise my hair.. I **** I will stick to Lux ***.. Actually have been using Lux all this while, not bad, but just *** of trying other brands... 'sighz'

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  • Lil_Piggie
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    i think that the mud mask is almost useless cos hair doesnt feel soft and silky after that... but the anti frizz serum is not too bad...

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  • Bigmummy
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    I think the serum for hair is good. ~! Smooth away frizz.

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  • acacia81
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    well...i do agree the shampoo isn't too good. have a dry after effect.
    but the conditioner is great! i've used it...the pink one for normal hair and the green one for coloured hair. it's good. makes my hair smoother.

    u can get it at ntuc unity. i always get them there.

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  • Angelz
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    Er..maybe different pple use got different effect ***..

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  • Boatgal
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    i thought it only happen to me! yes, the shampoo is definitely drying!!! no wonder it was selling so cheap for such a big bottle

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  • Angelz
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    Originally posted by stelle
    I tried their hair serum before... hmm... dun like the smell though and it didn't help much in combating the frizz...
    ya me use before same same didnt help much...

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  • stelle
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    I tried their hair serum before... hmm... dun like the smell though and it didn't help much in combating the frizz...

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  • icy_zhen
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    YeaH, I agreed St. Ives shampoo is kinda of drying.

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  • falo
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    off and on (basically when my hair is freshly layered) i will whip out my st ives volumnising shampoo (yellow one) to use. it does manage to give me slight mushroom effect by making my hair drier and stiffer than usual. best smelling shampoo i have come across - chamomile and sunflower scented. thinkin of trying the formula for normal hair (is there one?). i do like light non-creamy shampoos cos my straightish hair is naturally very fine and soft so too rich products tends to make me look so flat.

    anyway, i bought mine at changi hospital's pharmacy.

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  • Roo
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    i tried the shampoo and conditioner before.

    the shampoo was very drying and caused me more hairfall. conditioner was OK. so overall, i wouldn't recommened it.

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  • messyfweak
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    thanks so much, huili!

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  • huili
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    Yes, Guardian carries St Ives, and it is also conveniently available at all Watson's store. You can find them at some supermarket or dept store (John Little/Robinsons) too.

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  • messyfweak
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    hey ant, any idea where its available??

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