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    Posted: Jan 07 2013 at 11:48am
what daily moisturizer are you using ? im currently using veg glycerin but looking for something else to use
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i use the simplest things i can find.   i really hate buying products so i try to use up everything i own. right now im using conditioners mixed with oil, and aloe . one of my favorites is mixing aloe vera gel with oil for a nice hold.  i also make spritzes using aloe juice, oil, glycerin and infusium or anything else i have on hand. sometimes i use cantu shea butter (i mostly just like the scent) but it doesnt play well with others LOL

how are you using the glycerin?


i edited the names of conditioners simply because i dont think any of these products are important.


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Yea I need a good organic product as well for moisturizing. My hair is really fine and I can't be bothered with too many heavy oils. It's the worse!
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I'm going to get some of that glycerine when I get a chance. But anyway I've been using a small amout of conditioner mixed with water in a spray bottle and sealing with shea butter or Crisco.
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Have you tried the Aloe Vera Liquid, Rosewater and glycerin mix?
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Originally posted by Cherry89 Cherry89 wrote:

Have you tried the Aloe Vera Liquid, Rosewater and glycerin mix?


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^^ No Problem. ; )
Here are some  combinations from LCHF, they say works really well!

1/2 Glycerin

1/2 100% Aloe Vera Liquid-  (She uses the George's Brand) 

Mix well. Spray on. Seal with Castor Oil.

^^ They say this is a verrrrry good moisturizer.

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Some uses Rosewater and Glycerin, they don't give a detail on how much and measurements, But I say play around with the measurements to see if  works for your hair also.

But they do rave about the aloe and glycerin Mix ;) 
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Currently, I'm rocking straight hair for the colder months so I'm using ORS Hair Repair and sealing with Crisco.I'm still experimenting with products that won't revert her heavily.

The Hubby picked up some Carol's Daughter Hair Milk Pudding(haven't heard great things bout her products since she went commercial) and her Body Jelly to seal my ends. I'll test her out on my ends and if I don't like I'll give her to my girl.
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I like Bask leave-in and seal with castor oil. I also use LOC method it really helps. I have all these ingredients in my fridge, Aloe Vera, glycerine and rose water, maybe I should get to experimenting.
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