Does the Cleansing Conditioner need Cocamidopropyl betaine to cleanse?

curly_kccurly_kc Posts: 72Registered Users Curl Novice
DevaCurl no-poo and some of the Shea Moisture cleansing conditioners contain the cleansing agent Cocamidopropyl betaine (CAPB). If the cleansing conditioner doesn't have this ingredient, is not as effective to replace shampoo? 
Conditioner Wash: V05 Kiwi-Lime Clarifying Conditioner

Shampoo: Shea Moisture Coconut and Hibiscus Shampoo

Rinse-Out and Leave-In Conditioner: V05 Vanilla-Mint Conditioner

Gel Styling Product: L.A. Looks Mega Mega Hold

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  • Therese1Therese1 Posts: 2,407 Curl Virtuoso
    Accepted Answer
    I would think that if something is specifically marketed as a cleansing conditioner, it would have something in it that cleanses relatively well, whether containing cocomidopropyl betaine or not.

    If you are asking about using a regular rinse-out conditioner as a cleansing agent, I don't know the answer.
    Low poo: Intelligent Nutrients (IN) Harmonic; Oribe Cleansing Creme
    RO: IN Harmonic
    LI: CJ Beauticurls; Jessicurl (JC) Gelebration Spray
    DC: JC Deep Conditioning Treatment; Weleda Rosemary Conditioning Oil
    Stylers: JC Confident Coils; IN Volumizing Spray; IN Perfect Hold Hairspray; John Masters Sea Mist; Bumble Bb. Gel; Kenra Firm-Hold Gel; Sevi Blue Yarrow Sea Salt Spray
    Low-porosity 2a/b baby-fine hair

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