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    Posted: Nov 03 2009 at 8:35am

Let's share conditioner mixes - what are your mixes - and what are the benefits that you get from them?

Lately my cowash mix in the 32 oz of Mane and Tail conditioner bottle has been the following ingredients all mixed together:

1.  VO 5 - Tea Therapy Calming Chamomille Tea (1/2 bottle)

2.  VO 5 - Strawberry Milks Moisture (1/4 bottle)

3.  A dash of olive oil/canola oil or coconut oil

4.  Honey - half a bear bottleLOL

5.  Glycerin - a dash

6.  Add water to fill to the top.

I like this mixtuer because it add extra slip to my weave hair, which keeps the frizzies at bay and keeps my weave hair soft and smooth all day.  It also provides moisture to my natural hair underneath.  I used the same condish mix when I was out of my weave and wearing a bun daily.
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Hmm, it really depends on what I'm using up, I have so many I decided not to buy anything new until my current stash is depleted, but usually:
-V05 (whichever one of the moisture milks are handy)
-Castor oil (about a tablespoon)
-Suave Humectant
-NTM conditioning treatment or Tresseme moisture rich


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Great thread...I'm looking for a nice mix to try
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My ghetto cleansing condish: 2oz jonhsons baby shampoo and 2oz vo5 clarifying condish (kiwi lime)
 
stimulating cleansing condish: 10 drops peppermint castille soap, 5 drops lavender oil, 4oz kiwi lime clarifying condish
 
prepoo condish (for ng while I'm stretching): 4oz hollywood beauty olive oil cholesterol, few drops coconut and olive oil, 4oz vo5 champagne kisses condish, squeeze of honey
 
I don't mix my conditioners in large quantities, because if I don't like it I'll be stuck with a lot. I usually just make it right before I use it. My fave is the stimulating cleansing condish. It makes my scalp super happyBig%20smile
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Originally posted by Aries Tresses Aries Tresses wrote:

Great thread...I'm looking for a nice mix to try


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In my deep conditioners I mix pure honey and unrefined coconut oil. An a drop of pure peppermint oil.
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Thumbs%20Up I'm taking notes!
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This is the conditioner mix I use under my steamer..
** I don't have measurements I just make enough for my hairs length**
 
Mix:
-Motions CPR
-lustrasilk shea butter and mago conditioner
-coconut milk
-parachute coconut oil
-glycerine
-about 2 pinches of salt
 
I put the mixture in my hair and gently comb it through. Sit under the steamer for about 30 minutes .. let my hair cool and rinse..
 
My natural hair loves this concoction..  Heart
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Originally posted by prettygirlmin04 prettygirlmin04 wrote:

Thumbs%20Up I'm taking notes!
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