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Not an industrial product but even better: home remedies
http://www.heatdamagedhair.net/5-home-remedies-for-heat-damaged-hair/

I regularly use a coconut oil recipe and I think this is much better than most chemical products.



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Some are helpful for me.Great thanks!
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I never saw this product before but I am on the hunt after this posts.
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Hey everyone! for those with natural hair, I made a product review on my favorite items for wash and go's! they included mostly products that had little to no heavily processed ingredients.  you can see it here.  Enjoy Tongue




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Originally posted by Myfaithrising Myfaithrising wrote:

Originally posted by nothidden nothidden wrote:


Name of product: Jessicurl Deep Treatment
Hair texture/type: low porosity afro/natural
How did you use the product: After clarifying w/a baking soda/conditioner/distilled water rinse, I applied a good amount to my wet hair, then sat under my steamer for about 30 minutes.
Overall satisfaction (scale of 1 to 5): 5+++

Deep Treatment is tied with Tresemme Naturals Radiant Volume as my fav conditioner. It is noticeably thicker than the first two. While steaming w/it I could feel my curls defining and getting tighter. I could also feel firm, root coils forming in new areas of my head, which is a sign of improving strand hydration. The conditioner rinses clean (all three do) and I could still feel my defined curls and root coils afterwards. My hair also felt lighter. I did apply a little more to my damp hair for the day's leave-in, then sealed with extra-virgin olive oil. My hair is very soft and curly.

Do not be deceived by Jessicurl conditioners. They are very light but are really good curl definers. More importantly, they are EXCELLENT moisturizing conditioners. And if the way they leave your hair looking and feeling is not enough, they are also sold in a 32 oz or Gallon size.

Hope this helps.
I bought a gallon of this stuff earlier on in my HHJ, that is how real my love was, unfortunately the PJ in me was led astray. Now that I'm on the MHM I am going back to the Deep Conditioner, I may even try the Too Shea. Thanks for the review!!
Wow...you bought the gallon. Think I'll start w/the 32oz. I'm a conditioner junkie. Aside from ACV, bentonite clay, and conditioner, I really don't care for any other goop in my hair, but my DIY flax seed gel recently won me over.

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Nutress Hair Care System Nutress Transitioning Kit
These products have saved my life!!!! I was once suffering from breakage, split ends, thin hair, and dryness. But now my hair is beautiful ! The products do exactly what they say (stop breakage). I definately recommend you ladies try Nutress. You will fall in love just like I did. :)
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Originally posted by nothidden nothidden wrote:


Name of product: Jessicurl Deep Treatment
Hair texture/type: low porosity afro/natural
How did you use the product: After clarifying w/a baking soda/conditioner/distilled water rinse, I applied a good amount to my wet hair, then sat under my steamer for about 30 minutes.
Overall satisfaction (scale of 1 to 5): 5+++

Deep Treatment is tied with Tresemme Naturals Radiant Volume as my fav conditioner. It is noticeably thicker than the first two. While steaming w/it I could feel my curls defining and getting tighter. I could also feel firm, root coils forming in new areas of my head, which is a sign of improving strand hydration. The conditioner rinses clean (all three do) and I could still feel my defined curls and root coils afterwards. My hair also felt lighter. I did apply a little more to my damp hair for the day's leave-in, then sealed with extra-virgin olive oil. My hair is very soft and curly.

Do not be deceived by Jessicurl conditioners. They are very light but are really good curl definers. More importantly, they are EXCELLENT moisturizing conditioners. And if the way they leave your hair looking and feeling is not enough, they are also sold in a 32 oz or Gallon size.

Hope this helps.


I bought a gallon of this stuff earlier on in my HHJ, that is how real my love was, unfortunately the PJ in me was led astray. Now that I'm on the MHM I am going back to the Deep Conditioner, I may even try the Too Shea. Thanks for the review!!
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Per the first page, I didn't see the below products so here's my review.

Name of product: Jessicurl Aloeba Daily
Hair texture/type: low porosity afro/natural
How did you use the product: As my Watered-down leave-In following the Max Hydration Method
Overall satisfaction (scale of 1 to 5): 5

Aloeba Daily is a very light conditioner even before watering down, but still moisturizes and defines curls very well.


Name of product: Jessicurl Too Shea
Hair texture/type: low porosity afro/natural
How did you use the product: Conditioning with and w/o heat (GHE, heat wrap, steamer); also watered-down leave-in following the Max Hydration Method
Overall satisfaction (scale of 1 to 5): 5

I was very surprised by Too Shea. Had it for a couple of months before trying. It's thicker than Aloeba Daily and is great for moisturizing and curl definition.


Name of product: Jessicurl Deep Treatment
Hair texture/type: low porosity afro/natural
How did you use the product: After clarifying w/a baking soda/conditioner/distilled water rinse, I applied a good amount to my wet hair, then sat under my steamer for about 30 minutes.
Overall satisfaction (scale of 1 to 5): 5+++

Deep Treatment is tied with Tresemme Naturals Radiant Volume as my fav conditioner. It is noticeably thicker than the first two. While steaming w/it I could feel my curls defining and getting tighter. I could also feel firm, root coils forming in new areas of my head, which is a sign of improving strand hydration. The conditioner rinses clean (all three do) and I could still feel my defined curls and root coils afterwards. My hair also felt lighter. I did apply a little more to my damp hair for the day's leave-in, then sealed with extra-virgin olive oil. My hair is very soft and curly.

Do not be deceived by Jessicurl conditioners. They are very light but are really good curl definers. More importantly, they are EXCELLENT moisturizing conditioners. And if the way they leave your hair looking and feeling is not enough, they are also sold in a 32 oz or Gallon size.

Hope this helps.

Edited by nothidden - Sep 12 2014 at 10:58am
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Palmers olive oil spray.... 2/5 i didn't think it was moisturizing enough for my natural hair
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