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Tame Creme Rinse
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I remember how great this stuff is from when I was a kid! I have baby fine hair, and have always missed it. I went into the 99 cents store today and found it! Still smells the same and gluten free!

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What a blast from the past! I remember that stuff also but haven't seen it in years. Another one of my favs from way back is 'Gee your hair smells terrific'. Saw it in a catalog a around Christmas but with shipping it would have been really pricey and they of course didn't give ingredients. I never thought of looking in shampoo aisles at the dollar type stores. I'll have to scope them out.

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Oh, wow. I really miss creme rinses. I'll have to keep an eye out for it.

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Do they still make Dippity Do? We used to coat my hair with it then sleep in foam rollers. It was a pretty sparkly gel in the container. Slick grease coat on my hair! :P

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Do they still make Dippity Do?

OMG :lol: Tame Cream Rinse...why do I feel old?

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I remember how great this stuff is from when I was a kid! I have baby fine hair, and have always missed it. I went into the 99 cents store today and found it! Still smells the same and gluten free!

Wow! Haven't heard of that in years.

Do they still make Dippity Do? We used to coat my hair with it then sleep in foam rollers. It was a pretty sparkly gel in the container. Slick grease coat on my hair! :P

OMG--I have naturally curly hair, and in the 70's, I used to slather my freshly washed hair in Dippity Do and wrap it around my head--anchored securely with bobby pins overnight. :lol: What a sight....

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Wow! Haven't heard of that in years.

OMG--I have naturally curly hair, and in the 70's, I used to slather my freshly washed hair in Dippity Do and wrap it around my head--anchored securely with bobby pins overnight. :lol: What a sight....

My boy cousin had very curly hair. He would slather his wet hair in Dippity Do and smash his football helmet on to flatten. It was long enough to curl up out of the bottom of the helmet. :P

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