Best Co-wash?

I recently tried Renpure Organics line and I love the My pretty Hair is Parched (it the bright red bottle) my hair so soft for days. And best of all no parabens or crappy stuff like that...good stuff
Originally Posted by Curlie Girlie
Yes, I just started using this one, too, and I LOVE IT!!!

I also really like Mill Creek Organics Jojoba Conditioner. (I order this thru Vitacost.com.)
Suave Naturals Coconut is pretty good if you're on a budget.
I don't like the VO5 conditioners at all. They give me no slip and to me they smell too much like lab chemicals.
Originally Posted by KurleeEdna
You know, I try to buy a new conditioner every time I have to replenish mine, because I love to experiment and off of the top of my head the one I remember not wanting to buy again is a VO5 conditioner. I forget which one it was, but I didn't like the results either. How many of those conditioners have you tried??
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A lot of people that are natural that use drug store brands like Suave Naturals, V05, Giovanni, Garnier Fructis Sleek and Shine or Garnier Fructis Fortifying Creme Conditioner, and Tresemme Naturals.

All of the above CONDITIONERS do not contain silicones or SLS. Hence why they are probably the most used among curly haired people as far as drug store brands.

The cool thing about them is that they can also be used as leave-ins too depending on what your hair responds to the best.

For instance.. I like all the products that I listed above and have used them all. But products like V05 and Suave Naturals are better as co-washes for me rather than leave ins because I have very thick hair and they are a little thin for all day wear for me. But the Garnier Fructis and Tresemme Naturals are perfect for my hair as leave-ins all day.

These days I mainly use either Suave or V05 for a co-wash and I use my Tresemme Naturals for a leave-in. Keeps my hair moisturized and very soft all day. The only other thing I use after I apply my leave-in is a mixture of olive oil and castor oil.
Originally Posted by *Marah*
If you use tresemme naturals as a cowash can you also use it as a leave in on the same day?


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Weekly Poo/Low Poo: some Shea M Poo.
Weekly Deep Treat-Dermorganic Intensive Hair Masque
Bi-Weekly RO:Tresseme Naturals - V.Smooth/N.Moisture
Daily Leave in:Shea Moisture Extra Moisture Detangler
Daily Oil: Olive Oil & Conut Oil Mix
Daily Styler: Shea Moisture Curl & Style Milk
A lot of people that are natural that use drug store brands like Suave Naturals, V05, Giovanni, Garnier Fructis Sleek and Shine or Garnier Fructis Fortifying Creme Conditioner, and Tresemme Naturals.

All of the above CONDITIONERS do not contain silicones or SLS. Hence why they are probably the most used among curly haired people as far as drug store brands.

The cool thing about them is that they can also be used as leave-ins too depending on what your hair responds to the best.

For instance.. I like all the products that I listed above and have used them all. But products like V05 and Suave Naturals are better as co-washes for me rather than leave ins because I have very thick hair and they are a little thin for all day wear for me. But the Garnier Fructis and Tresemme Naturals are perfect for my hair as leave-ins all day.

These days I mainly use either Suave or V05 for a co-wash and I use my Tresemme Naturals for a leave-in. Keeps my hair moisturized and very soft all day. The only other thing I use after I apply my leave-in is a mixture of olive oil and castor oil.
Originally Posted by *Marah*
If you use tresemme naturals as a cowash can you also use it as a leave in on the same day?


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Originally Posted by KiraSavannah

fyi the sleek and shine does have cones and sls. i just looked today in person at target. i heard the old sleek and shine does not have cones.
I like the garnier fruitis strength & length conditioner as my cowash. It only has a water soluble cone in it, & that cone will wash rinse out. The hydra charge conditioner doesn't have cones either.

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