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Monday, January 25, 2016

Vintage Shampoo - Yucca Dew

"ooh oooh yucca dew "

The all natural Yucca-Dew Shampoo was made by Alberto-Culver in 1972. It was very distinctive at the time for what it contained, it had the oils from the yucca plant to enrich your hair, leaving it soft, glossy and manageable. Yucca roots when pounded, produce a soapy lather suitable for shampoo. This fact has been known to certain Native Americans in the southwestern United States and Mexicans for centuries and the plant is often called soapweed or soap plant.

Yucca-Dew was available in three formulations based on the type of hair you had: normal (regular), dry or oily.o.

I believe that Yucca-Dew was discontinued around 1978.

 the green color came from plant chlorophyll


  1. That stuff was great I would get comments on how shiny my hair looked

  2. I love Yucca dew. The smell was so clean.


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