Description: When a brand like Reuzel makes a line of shampoos and conditioners, you know they're designed to remove some serious goo. And that they do. Even the oil-based stuff. Even the Pink. But for removing those oil-based pomades there's a trick:
The top secret degreasing procedure is as follows. Dry hair. Conditioner. 10 minutes. Wet. Scrub Shampoo. Rinse. Daily Shampoo. Rinse. Maybe do it again. Conditioner. Done.
This is a lightweight conditioner designed to be both a regular conditioner, as well as to be the perfect oil-pomade dissolver. Neat trick, eh?
Brand: Created by the scumbag godfathers of modern old school barbering, Schorem Haarsnijder En Barbier in Rotterdam, Netherlands, the name Reuzel is dutch for lard, a nod to the old days of pomade when the stuff was made from animal fat.
Directions: Although this is called a daily conditioner and sold next to a daily shampoo, very, very few of us in the biz wash our hair every day. Especially thicker-haired fellas can skip a few days between shampoos, but if you're feeling frizzy and dry in between, a bit of conditioner on the off days can help tremendously.