LA Looks Power Spikes - [see Chloe's comment below]
KCCC - No protein, no polyquats, no glycerin.
Curl Junkie Pattern Pusha - No protein, no polyquats, no glycerin. Many people compare KCCC to CJ PP.
Jessicurl Rockin' Ringlets - No protein, no polyquats, but it contains glycerin.
With regards to Jessicurl, Jas is right: they don't contain any polyquats. However, I would avoid the Awe Inspiraling Spray (glycerin) and the Gelebration Spray (glycerin). You could use Confident Coils Styling Solution, though.
Jas, polyquats are tough to remove with just a low-poo. I'm sensitive to them but they're in my gel (I'm using it until I finished the bottle, which will take max two months, pfew! Unless I get addicted to FSG...), so I have to use a sulfate poo more often than I'd like too. I wash my hair only once a week so that doesn't help, either.
New_to_Curlz, you can recognise polyquats by simply looking for something called "Polyquat(s)" or "Polyquaternium," usually followed by a number. I'm not sure what gel you mean, but when I look for the gel you mention, I get something called Volumax Styling Gel and the second ingredient is "Polyquaternium-4" so it does contain polyquats.
F - LP - HD - NE
Fine, low porosity, high density, normal elasticity
Low poo: Probably getting Burt's Bees Very Volumizing Pomegranate Shampoo
Rinse-out: Looking for a new one
Protein: IAgirl's gelatine treatment
Styling: KCCC (when it's in stock again)
Beauty Is Not a Number
Last edited by Lauraimes; 05-20-2013 at 04:22 PM.