TIGI shampoos and conditioner

Posted on: Wed, 08/06/2003 - 12:26pm
Danielle's picture
Joined: 04/08/2003 - 09:00

I spoke to TIGI on Monday regarding their mega moistuizer shampoo and conditioner (in the bright orange bottle). She told me that she needed to talk to the chemist and would get back to me about the 2 products. She called me back and l/m that said there are no peanuts/tree nuts or oils in these 2 products. I still will not use this on my PA DD but if I use it in a shower that she will not go in do you think it is okay???? I so desperately need to find a decent shmpoo/conditioner. Last week I cut 6 inches off my hair because I can't even comb it without a good conditioner. The ones I ordered online for PA people just don't work. Do you think I am posing a risk to my PA DD buy using this product even when they gave me 100% guarantee it is safe. I am just nervous I guess. Does anyone use these products?

Posted on: Wed, 08/06/2003 - 12:45pm
kelly01's picture
Joined: 03/19/2001 - 09:00

Hi Danielle:
I am not sure how sensitive your daughter is, but I use just about any shampoo,conditioner, lotion on myself and my son (who is PA) has never had a problem. I do check the label first to make sure that it doesn't contain any obvious nut products (and stay away from the really exotic ones), but that is the extent of my research.
My son is 6 (had his first reaction at 2.5 yrs) and we have never had a problem. If a company assured me that they didn't use nut ingredients I would feel fine about using the product.
take care,

Posted on: Wed, 08/06/2003 - 11:43pm
steph626's picture
Joined: 02/20/2003 - 09:00

i am very pa/tna and have used all sorts of shampoos and conditioners without incident, although i do admit there are some varieties that have incredibly powerful fragrances, and those i avoid (sinuses can't handle it).
at the advice of my dermatologist, i have started using a very mild, dye+fragrance free variety called DHS shampoo (and conditioner) made by Person and Covey. there's hardly anything in the ingredient lists, and most of it is pretty much basic, no "natural" ingredients or nut oils. you might have to special order it (i do so through my local pharmacy), tho. Free and Clear is another brand you might try. for online ordering (or just ingredient lists), try this link:


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