emove build up and not condition our hair. They'll help remove styling product build up and cleanse your hair well. Ironically, one of the best ways to remove above normal levels of silicone build up (from anti-frizz and heat protecting sprays) is to use cetrimonium chloride, a cationic conditioning agent. You can include it in your shampoo at up to 2%, or include it in a conditioner or leave-in conditioner at the same amount. This will help remove extreme build up from silicones!
By definition, a shampoo with cetrimonium chloride means it's not a clarifying shampoo, but it's probably more clarifying than a shampoo without it! Don't you love irony?