No you'd shouldn't; the cowash is a conditioner with very gentle cleansing agents. So it's going to be like washing with a conditioner. Your results will be similar to 2nd day hair. It has a tendency to lightly freshen up the hair, and helps minimize frizz and helps hair that has been damaged or dry to recover by not being stripped by harsh ingredients in most shampoos (like sulfates and sodium chloride).
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