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Old 04-20-2011, 10:03 AM   #1
 
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Default Too many products at home...

I have all these trial+error products at home from when I started CG and realized many down the line were not CG friendly. Is there a link here or anywhere else where I can try to at least sell them?

I'm sure many have been there at the beginning and somehow got rid of them...?

I've only used some once and some are not even opened! It's driving me insane (not to mention Husband ) that I won't be able to use them again....any idea how I can try to at least maybe re-sell them?
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We have a swap board. Or ebay.

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We have a swap board. Or ebay.

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Thanks for the heads up tbabyy!
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I'd give to the local women's shelter instead of selling. And that coming from someone who sells two lines of merchandise, on top of a day job, is supporting six people on one income and constantly short of cash.

But those sorts of things can brighten someone's day and make it easier for them to get a job, and probably wouldn't put much $ in my pocket so I'd give 'em.
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Old 04-20-2011, 11:47 AM   #5
 
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You can use conditioner for shave gel.
You can't ship mousse by air.

Double check. When I started i thought some stuff I had was not CG friendly. When I looked again, there were just cones that were water soluble. These have a PEG or PPG somewhere in the name. Also Dimethicone Copolyol.
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Old 04-20-2011, 11:55 AM   #6
 
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You can use conditioner for shave gel.
You can't ship mousse by air.

Double check. When I started i thought some stuff I had was not CG friendly. When I looked again, there were just cones that were water soluble. These have a PEG or PPG somewhere in the name. Also Dimethicone Copolyol.
Thanks, I was just reading some of the ingredients on these products I bought before CG and stopped using:

KIM VO Products. For example, I have this Volumizing Masque | Embellish with Blue Lotus
Intensive treatment to revitalize color-treated hair that is fine, flat and limp.

The ingredients are not all there I assume because all the website says is:

Bioflavonoids in Blue Lotus repair and
reinvigorate the scalp and strands.
Hydrolyzed silk repairs deteriorated cuticles
by moisturizing and smoothing the surface.
High sugar in Boket optimizes iridescent shine.
Wheat protein restores hair elasticity
without residue.
Me-10 preserves color and cuts drying time by 75%.
Wakame antioxidants strengthen hair, shielding
against UV and free radical damage.
Green Tea & Watercress scent.

GLAZE/BRILLIANT LUSTER:
Ingredients
High sugar in Boket optimizes iridescent shine.
Bioflavonoids in Blue Lotus repairs and reinvigorates
the scalp and strands.
ME-10 preserves color.
Rice and soy peptides hydrate, strengthen and shield
hair from sunlight and other environmental toxins by
up to 92.3%. Also smooths hard to control hair.
Chinese Cabbage & Tung Oil evenly coats the hair
shaft to smooth and heighten luster.
Green Tea & Watercress scent.

Kim Vo Glaze - Concentrated Hair Treatment for Intense Shine

I am confused about the ingredients...I tried googling some and it's very confusing...any thoughts?
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I'd give to the local women's shelter instead of selling. And that coming from someone who sells two lines of merchandise, on top of a day job, is supporting six people on one income and constantly short of cash.

But those sorts of things can brighten someone's day and make it easier for them to get a job, and probably wouldn't put much $ in my pocket so I'd give 'em.
Thank you Robin for the idea.
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