Work a small amount into a lather and rinse thoroughly. Follow up with a LUSH conditioner for soft tresses.
Coconut shampoo calms curls and frizz
Curly hair needs lots of moisturizing, especially those dry, frizzy ends. You’re in luck! Curly Wurly shampoo keeps unruly and out-of-control curls soft, shiny and bouncy. How does it do it? It's packed full of creamed coconut and coconut oil to moisturize dry, frizzy hair, and protein-rich fresh eggs and hand mashed avocado butter to hydrate, add shine and eliminate frizz. Fresh, nutritious ingredients work wonders for frizzy hair. Give it a Wurl!
- High wattage: Loads of coconut, richly moisturizing cocoa butter and lemon juice add massive shine.
- Nuts for coco: Extra virgin coconut oil is deeply hydrating for the scalp and conditions the hair follicles from root to tip.
- Hair food: Avocado butter is highly nutritious and protein-rich for hair in need of a overhaul.
= Natural ingredients = Safe syntheticsAmmonium Lauryl Sulfate , Dessicated Coconut (Cocos nucifera) , Cetearyl Alcohol , Propylene Glycol , Water (Aqua) , Fresh Organic Lemon Juice (Citrus limonum) , Glycerl Stearate & Peg - 100 Stearate , Fragrance , Linseed Infusion (Linum usitatissimum) , Fresh Papaya (Carica papaya) , Lauryl Betaine , Fresh Free Range Eggs , Cocoa Butter (Theobroma cacao) , Extra Virgin Coconut Oil (Cocos nucifera) , Shea Butter (Butyrospermum parkii) , Cold Pressed Jojoba Oil (Simmondsia chinensis) , Avocado Butter (Persea gratissima) , Vanilla Absolute (Vanilla planifolia) , Vetivert Oil (Vetiveria zizanoides) , Benzoin Resinoid (Styrax benzoin) , Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil (Olea europaea) , Alkanett Extract (Alkanna tinctoria) , Lanolin , Centrimide Bromide , *Coumarin
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Q:Where do you get the eggs that are used in this shampoo? Cage-free chickens?Asked on 4/16/2014 by Laura from Anchorage, AK
A:The eggs that we use in Curly Wurly are absolutely free range! You can feel free to read more about the ingredient and it's uses on our website under "ingredient finder."Answered on 5/3/2014 by Melissa S from LUSH Direct
Q:Is this product suitable on hair extensions?Asked on 1/16/2014 by Jessie
A:Our products aren't tested on hair extensions specifically, so your best bet would be to check with the maker of your extensions!Answered on 3/21/2014 by Brandy from LUSH
A:I don't have hair extensions but I feel it wouldn't be a good shampoo to
use. it is really chunky and requires a lot of work to use. I love it
though :)Answered on 1/17/2014 by Anonymous
Q:I read a lot of reviews that said quite a bit of coconut ends up going down the drain/clogging the drain.
Will I have to worry about this product and my septic system?Asked on 8/26/2013 by Jenne from Bedford, VA
A:The coconut pieces in Curly Wurly are very small and fine, and in general, should not cause any clogs in your drain!Answered on 10/28/2013 by Melissa S from LUSH Direct
A:I never had that problem with Curly Wurly. I really scrub it onto my scalp and yes, a few pieces of coconut are still present but the majority I had scrubbed into my hair.
Sent from my iPhoneAnswered on 8/27/2013 by Anonymous
A:Good question! I have noticed a good amount of coconut going down the drain, however I haven't had any problems with it causing a block, because the pieces are pretty small. I don't have a septic tank, however, so I don't know if that's a pickier system. I do love the shampoo though! Not much of a lather, as I'm used to the chemical-filled ones from the store that lather up like crazy, but a
Sent from my iPhoneAnswered on 8/27/2013 by Anonymous
A:It doesn't clog my drain. If you're doing it right, you only use a small
bit with each shampooing, mixing it with water in your hands before
massaging it into your hair. When you wash it out, it won't be thicker than
other shampoo.Answered on 8/26/2013 by Anonymous
Q:My hair is wavy, not curly. Would this still work on my hair? And could it make my hair any more curly, it always has a few straight pieces in it would this help?Asked on 5/29/2013 by Mads
A:Curly Wurly is really effective at taming frizzy and dry hair, so if your hair needs extra moisture and nourishment, then this would be a good shampoo to use. The added moisture will make wave and curl more defined, but it won't make your hair curlier.Answered on 10/2/2013 by Kendra M from LUSH Direct
Q:Is this product safe to use on color treated hair? My hair is dyed red and I was wondering if this product would strip the color.Asked on 3/23/2013 by Marie from Atlantic City, NJ
A:Although we don't test Curly Wurly on color treated hair,it is one of our mildest shampoos,designed to nourish and superbly hydrate dry,curly hair.Because it is made with large quantities of moisturizing creamed coconut and coconut oil as well as protein-rich fresh eggs and hydrating avocado butter,it is less likely to strip the hair color.Answered on 9/20/2013 by Anonymous
A:Yep! I color my hair and this is my daily shampoo.Answered on 4/10/2013 by Cash from Washington, DC
Q:This sounds like it would be perfect for me, but I'm concerned about the price. How many uses can I expect to get out of one pot? How many uses do you get out of one?Asked on 4/26/2012 by Sie by the Sea from Outer Banks, North Carolina
A:I think it depends on the length of your hair. Mine is almost shoulder length. I always get a lot of uses of LUSH shampoos. I have had BIG for 6 months already, and I use it almost every day. Now, this is my first time trying Curly Wurly (I just got it yesterday), and I am pretty sure it will last me for a good 4 months for sure if I use it daily. I know it's pricy, but, what I know a lot of people do is order it through the UK website. It's cheaper that way and it takes about a week to receive it. For me the price is not too too bad because of the way it leaves my hair: moisturized, soft, shiny. So, it's worth it. It's much better than pricy salon brands, which don't work for me.Answered on 6/16/2012 by Sugar Plum from Houston, TX
A:It is a little high up there in price but it is worth it. If you have super curly/frizzy hair like mine i would only wash it every other day (every 3 is best if you can) the frizz will be cut down and you will get more out of the pot. As long as you only use what you need and not more than you need you will have it for about 3 weeks depending on the length of your hair.Answered on 6/20/2012 by brittany from Ulster Park, NY
A:With Curly Wurly, just a little bit goes a long way, so you should expect to get many uses out of one container. This of course will vary depending on how frequently you shampoo, and how much you use each time. The shelf-life for this product is 14 months. We use wonderful fresh ingredients of the highest quality which is reflected in the value of this shampoo, absolutely.Answered on 5/3/2012 by Megan from LUSH
A:You only need about a quarter size for each wash, I've had mine for about three weeks and I'm a fourth of the way through the pot! Hope I helped! The product is totally worth the price though, there's also the Trichomania solid shampoo bar that isn't too pricey and brings moisture to your hair!Answered on 5/4/2012 by Katie from Kansas
A:It is pricey, but totally worth it. I had the same problem at first. I bought it in the beginning of Jan and I am at the very bottom of my jar just now. I feel like that is better than most drug store shampoos. So one jar has lasted about 5 months. I typically wash my hair every other day, but sometimes more frequently.Answered on 5/21/2012 by The Travler from Seattle, WA
Q:How long does the product stay good for? Does it expire earlier than other shampoos since it has raw eggs in it?Asked on 2/25/2012 by Amie from Indianapolis
A:Curly Wurly has been formulated to have a shelf-life of 14 months. On each pot we label the date the product was made, who made it, as well as when it is best used by.Answered on 2/27/2012 by Megan from LUSH
A:look on your sticker! mine was made on nov 30 2011 and good till jan 30 2013 so thats a long time!! :)Answered on 3/27/2012 by livia k from United States
A:It lasts over a year. Mine was made on March 15 2012 and it expires May 15 2013.Answered on 4/28/2012 by Bailey from California