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  • ‘No Poo’ becomes popular in India
  • ‘No Poo’ becomes popular in India
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‘No Poo’ becomes popular in India

The Western trend for not using shampoo to increase the cleanliness of hair is becoming more popular in India, due to the movement's celebrity following. But if ‘No Poo’ is catching on, then why do shampoo sales continue to rise by 14% every year?

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