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Hi everyone,

I have found organic hair products that are beneficial for hair care.


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ummmm not really but i think
when washing which i dont do often ill either use:
baking soda and ACV
DevaCare Shampoo
or CON Moisturizing shampoo. The old formula. I racked up before they changed the formula.

I generally just condition is with whatever conditioner I have in there:
pantene natural line. Not the one in the brown bottle but the one that used botanical plant stuff. Whatever it is. i like the slip the conditioner gives my hair.
Clear Shea line. I like that conditioner. Thick and good with tangles. 

Then I always do a braid out with: Paul Mitchell The Conditioner as a first layer, then ill put Hair Rules Curling Whip on it. Actually the curling whip goes on soaking wet hair first, then the Paul Mitchell. Then ecostyler gel. Any type/flavor. Right now I have the shea, but honestly it doesnt matter. They are all the same. Ill rake the gel through my hair. Smooth it real good through my hair like im trying to shingle the hair then I put about six braids in my hair. It takes three days for it to dry. 

When its time for the take down, Ill use some coconut oil and separate the braids. 

Thats my routine for now. 
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i have been really happy with what ive been using as of late and dont feel the need to look any further.  i also found out that i dont need to be heavy handed with products.  a nickel size amount for leave ins and just a few drops of oil is all that is needed.

shampoo: any brand mixed: 1 part shampoo, 1 part oil and 1 part aloe vera juice (once a month)
co-washing conditoner: v05 moisture milk
conditioner for major detangling: TRESemme split remedy (once a month)
leave-in conditioner: v05 moisture milk
leave-in conditioner w/ protein: Man 'n Tail mixed with oil and aloe
daily moisturizer: Lusti Organics Olive Oil Detangling Spray
gel: Fruit of the Earth Aloe Vera gel and for stronger hold mix gel with castor oil
oil: grapeseed or coconut oil


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Im stuck on Garnier Fructis products. 
Triple Nutrition, Hydra Recharge, and their Sleek & Shine Leave in Conditioner have been in rotation for the past month or so. 

Moroccan Moisture Miracle Argan Oil

Herbal Essence's Hello Hydration

Elasta QP Olive Oil and Mango Butter Curly Pudding for styling.

And i keep Cantu Shea Butter around
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Damn a lot if you use cones....they make my hair soooooo dry.
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My staples are ACV, Aloe Vera Juice or Gel, Coconut Oil, Castor Oil, EVOO. I am pretty much a DIY-er. I also like the Kimmaytube Leave-in
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote CherryBlossom Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct 08 2013 at 4:40am
cleansing:
any sulphate free shampoo
rhassoul clay mix (clay, water, hydrolysed oat protein, glycerine and essential oils)

conditioning and moisturising:
creme of nature moisture extreme conditioner (I also use this sparingly as a moisturiser and it works really well!Embarrassed)
hawaiian silky 14 in 1

sealing:
oil: sapote oil mixed with another oil like jojoba

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Still trying to nail it down. Going the ayurvedic route for the time being. The henna treatment was awesome!!!!!
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Shampoo: Trader Joe's Balancing Moisture Shampoo
                 Trader Joe's Tea Tree Tingle Shampoo
                 Shea Moisture Shampoo (Pink Bottle)

Conditioner: Trader Joe's Balancing Moisture Conditioner
                     Trader Joe's Tea Tree Tingle Conditioner
                     Shea Moisture Conditioner (Pink Bottle)

Deep Conditioner: Organix Intense Moisturizing Treatment with Moroccan Argan Oil (The GOAT. My hair feels so soft after using this stuff)

Oils: Coconut Oil, Olive Oil mixed with Tea Tree and Lemongrass

Moisturizer: Water 
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Amla powder!!!!!

mixed with my conditioner with rosemary and lavender oils.  i use it as a co-wash 2x a week.

and in my D/C every 2 weeks..

This stuff WORKS!!!


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