My Moisturizing Conditioner - Best For Steamer

Discussion in 'Hair Care Tips & Product Review Discussion' started by atlien11, Jul 5, 2008.

  1. cutenss

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    I just ordered these ingredients for this :lick: yummy natural conditioner from Vitacost. I will use it under my steamer, and post my results. :yep: I can't wait.
     
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    This moisturizing conditioner worked very well on my hair last weekend, thanks for sharing the recipe.:grin:
     
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    I tried it with AO and love it and I really need to start doing this more often since transitioning my NG is sooo dry.. I will do it this weekend and I might try Suave Professional.. Reg honey and alove vera juice I already have on hand The oil of choice I don't know only have on hand is olive, Avocado, Sunflower, Rice brand.. I plan to add Emu Oil to this also and maybe SAA..
     
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    OMG i think im baout to order all these ingredients now!
     
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    :woot:Thanks atlien11 ! I'm ging to try this with my UNA conditioner which I absolutely love. With the summer hear and the running I've been doing outside, my hair can use all the TLC via a deep moisturizing conditoner, it can get! BRAVO, girlie!

    Check out my blog: runningnatural.blogspot.com
     
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    Hey everyone!

    I know the original post is mad old, but I wanted to share some info I found while looking up product ingredients in case others are trying to go 100% natural with their hair products and don't want funky chemicals posing as "natural" on their heads.

    I was about ready to break down and buy commercial products for my hair because I can't seem to get it to grow past SL using my homemade stuff and was thinking about trying the original recipe using Aubrey Organics conditioner that atlien11 posted when I noticed the ingredient list contained "Coconut Fatty Acid Cream Base". I couldn't even begin to pretend I knew what they meant by that, so I looked it up, and here's what I found.

    A little FYI. If you don't care about these sorts of things, carry on, but for those of you who do, stay vigilant and do your research when searching for products.
     
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    OMG - they didn't call the name but I am - Aubrey Organics!!! It's so funny - I just did the Algae Conditioning Mask today & was reading the ingredients & just assumed that Coconut Fatty Acid Cream Base was a fancy name for Coconut Oil. Thanks so much for posting that. I will be taking a closer look at what I buy.
     
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    Yup, that's what they're hoping you'll do. They expect people will jump at the sign of "natural" on their product packaging or name and "trust" that means it's all good. Remember: the USDA doesn't regulate the use of the word "natural"! :)
     
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    Wow! That sounds heavenly! What kind of steamer do you use?
     
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    Anyone still using this?
     
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    Hmm, I actually have all the ingredients on hand. I'll try it when I DC this weekend!
     
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    i'm curious about why this is a sticky when it only has barely three pages of responses. i'm gonna try this tonight and report back.
     
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    Ok so to whoever made this thread a sticky, I thank you!! This recipe took my deep conditioner to the next level (I used Silk Elements Olive Oil DC). When I added in the AVJ it turned the DC into a whipped consistency that made it easier to apply. I don’t know if it was the honey or the AVJ that is the rockstar ingredient but whatever it is, this recipe is my Holy Grail for adding moisture to my hair.
     
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