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  • Simon Carey-Smith

    I can't speak for long-haired people, but I always wondered about the need to use shampoo and conditioner at all (shampoo takes out the natural oil, conditioner replaces it with something else.) So when I was about 20 I stopped using either. For the last 15 years my hair has been great.
    Shaving cream is another optional product for some people. Your skin can adapt to dry-shaving after a few shaves. I've dry-shaved, or used saliva or water since I was an adolescent, and had good results.
    I've always trusted the body to keep itself healthy, so long as I put in balanced and healthy inputs (food, exercise, mental and spiritual stimulation), and it has rewarded me with amazing health in all ways.
    Now I'm starting to wonder about the importance of toothpaste, or whether a balanced diet (in terms of acid/alkaline) would remove the need. Any thoughts?