Best shampoo brands from the drugstore

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Aveeno Nourish + Shine Shampoo

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Get smooth, silky hair with these inexpensive finds, available at your local drugstore.




Aveeno Nourish + Shine Shampoo

Lather up with natural, effective ingredients: Wheat complex replenishes moisture, while palm extract perks up any dullness.

To buy: $7 at drugstores.







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L’Oréal EverStrong Hydrate Shampoo

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L’Oréal EverStrong Hydrate Shampoo

Avoid stripping your hair’s essential oils with a sulfate-free rosemary-infused formula that’s made with botanical extracts to moisturize and nourish.

To buy: $7 at drugstores.

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John Frieda Brilliant Brunette Shine Release Moisturizing Shampoo

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John Frieda Brilliant Brunette Shine Release Moisturizing Shampoo

Attention, natural or color-treated brunettes: This formula, enriched with vitamins and sweet almond oil, will keep your shade bright and shiny. Are you a blonde or a redhead? John Frieda makes shampoos specifically for you, too.

To buy: $7 at drugstores.








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Avalon Organics Thickening Shampoo

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Avalon Organics Thickening Shampoo

Get fuller, thicker strands with a biotin-infused cleanser that promises not just to give an instant volume boost but to strengthen brittle strands and stimulate hair growth—ideal for thinning locks.

To buy: $10 at drugstores.











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Clear Scalp & Hair Therapy Nourishing Shampoo

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Clear Scalp & Hair Therapy Nourishing Shampoo

If you have longer hair that’s prone to breakage, this cocktail of vitamin C, sunflower oil, and coconut oil is the perfect remedy. Made to fortify your hair, it nourishes the scalp, too.

To buy: $5 at drugstores.











Head & Shoulders Dandruff Shampoo

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Head & Shoulders Dandruff Shampoo

The ultimate flake reducer: a classic that’s gentle on your hair, less so on dandruff, relieving dryness and helping to prevent future irritations. The new green apple scent is refreshing.

To buy: $8.50 at drugstores for 23.7 oz.




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