CG friendly heat protectant?

Hey Ladies!

Does anyone know of a CG friendly heat protectant? Haven't been able to find one that isn't totally 'cone-laden.

Thanks!
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I don't know about it's effectiveness, but Jane Carters Revitalizing Leave-In claims to be a heat protectant. Only 9 bucks and it smells good too.
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I've heard plain grapeseed oil is a good heat protectant, I've seen someone use it when blow-drying their hair. Other than that I would say stick with cones because they provide a buffer between heat and your hair. You can always wash it out, better safe than sorry!
Thanks for the tips ladies!
BC'd March 2, 2011
Last relaxer June 10, 2010
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Longterm Goal = Healthy CBL unstretched
I've heard plain grapeseed oil is a good heat protectant, I've seen someone use it when blow-drying their hair. Other than that I would say stick with cones because they provide a buffer between heat and your hair. You can always wash it out, better safe than sorry!
Originally Posted by S for Success
i always use my regular natural hair oil.
I just purchased Thermasilk heat protectant... I haven't used it yet but have read some good reviews

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I've heard plain grapeseed oil is a good heat protectant, I've seen someone use it when blow-drying their hair. Other than that I would say stick with cones because they provide a buffer between heat and your hair. You can always wash it out, better safe than sorry!
Originally Posted by S for Success
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