Dry hair need HELP!

I'm a 2b and lately my hair is dry. What is a good deep conditioner that wont weigh my hair down? I have very fine hair. Any suggestions would be great...thanks!
Hi there

If you want to go cheap, you might want to try Aussie 3-Minute Miracle or the one by Garner Fructis (also called 3-Minute something with a green lid). If you have a Sally's near you, they have knockoffs of more expensive stuff for really inexpensive prices. The knockoff of Joico K-Pak is very good. If you use a deep treatment with protein in it, be sure to use a good moisturizing conditioner afterwards.

Jessicurl has two products that are good - Too Shea! and her Weekly Deep Treatment. I've tried the Too Shea! but not the other one. I have fine/thin hair that needs lots of moisture and the Too Shea! didn't weigh my hair down.

Hopefully you'll get some other suggestions .
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I really like the loreal vive nutrigloss for curly/wavy hair. I find that if I try to use a leave-in condish with it that I end up overconditioned so I consider it to be pretty moisturizing. They also have a "deep treatment" in that line, but the only difference I see is that it has more protein in it which my hair is a bit finicky about
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Weeklyish shampoo with CO's inbetween to keep down the grease.
I recently bought some Jojoba oil. Just a tiny amount (dime size) is enough to make a huge difference on my long waves. I usually apply it wet just before my gel, but it can be used as a great treatment too.
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