Old Style Aloe Rid Shampoo Reviews

Introduction: Using Aloe Rid Shampoo For Weed Detox

Aloe Rid Shampoo is the stuff of legend.  It was first a regular detoxifying shampoo made by Nexxus.  Drug users then begin using it to pass hair follicle drug tests.  Nexxus discontinued the formula.  Next, old bottles were sold online for as much as $ 235.  Then these ran out and people reportedly sold fake bottles.  Lastly, Testclear began selling the original formula.  Some claim the active ingredient is propylene glycol, a mostly harmless food additive.  Other’s claim it’s the combination of several ingredients used with the Macujo or Jerry G Method which is effective.

Using Aloe Rid Shampoo to pass a drug test (for detoxification of drugs like cannabis sativa):

In order to use Aloe rid successfully, drug users often combine it with a method like the Macujo Method or Jerry G Method.  We will describe these methods but we cannot recommend them because they can damage hair, scalp, hands, or eyes if you are not careful.

 Aloe Rid Shampoo for THC Detox description

Aloe Rid Shampoo comes in the bottle displayed above.  It may also come in a white bottle with black text.  You may get about 5 ounces of liquid for $ 235.  This makes it one of the most expensive liquids in the world, but still one of the most popular and worth pay attention to.


  • Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E) Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Oil, Thioctic (a-Liproic) Acid, Sodium Metabisulfite, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sodium Chloride, Serenoa Serrulata (Saw Palmetto) Extract, Propylene Glycol, Polysorbate-20, Polyglyceryl-3 Distearate, Octinoxate, Methylisothiazolinone, Isopropyl Myristate, Hydroxypropyl Guar, FD&C Yellow #5 FD&C Blue #1, Disodium Oleamido MEA SulfoSuccinate, Disodium EDTA, di-Panthenol, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Cocamide MEA, Cocamide DEA, Ceramide-III, arfum (Fragrance), Aqua (Deionized Water), Aloe Barbadensis Leave (Aloe Vera Gel) Juice, Hydrolyzed Wheat Proteins, Glycine Soja (Soybean) Oil, Biotin,

Some theorize that propylene glycol, a common food additive, is what is causing a detoxifying effect on the hair.  Others point to other ingredients.

How to use Aloe Rid Shampoo

Aloe Rid Shampoo Instructions For Detoxifying Cannabis

Use the following directions:

Macujo Method Jerry G Method
First, protect your hands with gloves and your eyes with goggles. You can put vaseline around your hairline to avoid skin irritation.


White vinegar, Warm water, Ultra Clean by Zydot shampoo, Toxin rid shampoo with Aloe, Towel, Sink, Shower caps, Pink Clean and Clear acne wash, Pack of liquid Tide detergent, Goggles, Disposable Gloves


  1. Rinse your hair.
  2. Work the vinegar down to the roots.
  3. Work in the Pink Clean and Clear then put on the shower cap and let it sit for 30 minutes.
  4. Rinse it out.
  5. Shampoo with Aloe Rid.
  6. Rinse.
  7. Work in a small amount of tide detergent, shampoo, and rinse.
  8. Shampoo with Ultra Clean.
  9. Do this 3 times on the day before the test and once the day of the test.

  • 2 boxes of hair dye (natural color)
  • Gloves
  • Aloe Rid
  • Ultra Clean
  • Baking soda

Step 1. You need ten days. Stop smoking weed asap.  Ten days out, bleach, and dye your hair with a hair dye that contains ammonia.  You will need to redye your hair it’s natural color.

Step 2. Shampoo your hair with Aloe Rid.

Step 3.  On the day before the test, bleach, and dye your hair its natural color.  Shampoo with Aloe rid.

Step 4.  On the day of the test, put a baking soda paste in your hair for 15 minutes.  Rinse it out.

Step 5.  Shampoo with Ultra Clean.

The Macujo Method with just 2 days notice.  However, the many harsh ingredients and astringents can cause scalp, skin, or eye irritation.  So put vaseline around the hairline, use goggles when possible to protect the eyes.  Use gloves to protect your hands.  If you don’t want to use the Tide detergent, some people skip that step and just use their shampoo.

The Jerry G  Method is easy and reasonable.  You just bleach and dye your hair 10 days before your test and then on the day before the test.  This method is safer and contains no ingredients not meant to be put into the hair.  If you have bleached and dyed your hair before, you are golden.  You will already know how your body reacts and how much damage may have to be done to the hair to get the drug residues out.

These methods developed on online drug user discussion forums.  They are mostly for detoxing weed out of the hair.

Terms of product Use

(Product is not sold explicitly to beat hair lab tests for drugs in the body, though it is frequently used successfully for this purpose.)

Do not use it if you have a sensitive scalp or are allergic to any of the ingredients.  Do not attempt to use this product to detox drugs from your hair if you are under 18, pregnant or nursing, or if it is illegal to use a detox product in your jurisdiction.

Possible Side-Effects:

If you use one of the methods described, consult a physician if you experience scalp or skin irritation.

Manufacturer & Support:

Manufacturer Testclear.com
Fill out a contact form https://www.testclear.com/contactus.aspx0
Phone number : 1-866-837-8253

Additional Products For Passing Testing

To pass a saliva test:

Toxin Rid mouthwash may help you pass a saliva test.  I can cost you about 30 bucks on testclear.com

To pass a urine drug test:

Testclear.com has a range of products to pass a urine test, including fake urine and fake urine delivery kits.

Pros and cons of Aloe Rid Shampoo for THC Detox

Pros Cons
  • It could land you a good job
  • You might evade charges of noncompliance in a court-mandated program
  • If you use it with the Jerry G Method and follow instructions, there’s a low chance of failure
  • Cosmetic hair treatments are scientifically proven to reduce drug residues in the hair[1]
  • Using Macujo or Jerry G methods could damage hair, scalp, skin, eyes, or hands
  • Some places sell this shampoo for $ 235.  We don’t see any ingredients which warrant such a cost
  • There are only 5 ounces. If you have a lot of hair, you could run out.  You can replace it with Ultra Clean by Zydot.

Weed Detox FAQ

Q:  Will lab tests for probation find it detectable?
A:  No.  Just dye your hair your natural color.

Q:  How long does it last?
A: It will last until you resume using drugs.

Q:  Directions near me? Where to buy Aloe Rid Shampoo?
A:  You can buy it on the website  here: https://www.testclear.com/Old-Style-Aloe-Toxin-Rid-Shampoo-P174.aspx

Q:  Can it work for opiates and for alcohol?
A: Yes, it will take toxins out of the hair shaft.

Aloe Rid Shampoo Reviews Online



Scientific studies prove cosmetic treatments can reduce drug detection in hair.[2]



This user passed his test without using Aloe Rid.  Probably, you can pass with any good shampoo and one of the methods discussed.

 Results: Does Aloe Rid Shampoo really work?

Our rating: 5 out of 5 A

Old Style Aloe rid may work with one of the methods discussed, but we don’t see how it’s any different than any other shampoo.  Ultra Clean at least has one scientific study showing its effectiveness and it’s not as expensive.  So, if you can’t really afford the $ 235 for this product, just skip it and get two bottles of Ultra Clean.


The big drawback of Aloe Rid is the price.  So, is it worth the $ 235 dollar price tag?  Some people say that propylene glycol is the secret ingredient that makes it valuable.  However, you can get a gallon of propylene glycol for $ 10.  This is unlikely the mechanism of action.

The other ingredients appear to be common ingredients in various shampoos.  The reason people get this is on the off chance that one of the ingredients provides a superior hair detox which can open up the hair shaft and get drug residues out of the hair.  If you have the money to shell out and want the extra confidence, that’s when to get this product.  If you can’t really afford it, you can just get an extra bottle of Ultra Clean which is proven to get some drug residues out of the hair.


[1] “Influence of the Cosmetic Treatment of Hair on Drug … – PubMed.” https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/9228567/. Accessed 6 Jul. 2020.

[2] “Influence of the Cosmetic Treatment of Hair on Drug Testing.” https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/9228567/. Accessed 6 Jul. 2020.