Giovanni?

Did I miss something? what happened to Giovanni direct leave in, I can't find it anywhere.
I hope not cause that's part of my hg
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I just saw it at Target yesterday.

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I must be looking at the wrong times because I have tried Kroger, Target, Whole Foods, and HEB (TX grocery store). They all have other Giovanni products but not the leave in .
I thought that the leave-in was gone also, but I think it just sells out really quickly. I buy mine from Target, and I usually don't see any of the leave-in, or I end up buying the last one.
Yeah, if it weren't for amazon I wouldn't even know that it existed. Lol.
I've never seen it at Target in my life.

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I was just about to ask that question. I just moved here from Europe and I am looking for Giovanni direct leave in everywhere. Target, Meijer, Walgreens, CVS...you name it. NOWHERE...
You can get a liter for $11.69 from here:
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I got mine from walmart last month. Almost passed it but it was in the (very small) natural section.
Hair properties
Medium-Coarse texture. Mostly coarse. Front-top patch medium.
porosity-Low
Elasticity- Norm

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Leave In
/Moisturizer.
Still looking.
Most makes hair Soft, but not moisturized(If that makes sense)
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I haven't noticed...
But then, since they've changed their formulas, their products haven't been working very well for me (especially the Tea Tree Triple Treat Shampoo and the Direct Leave-In), so I voiced my negative opinions about them both in an email and on Facebook.
I doubt I have that much influence, though...

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I get my Giovanni hair products from Vitacost.com. They are very affordable. Plus you get free shipping if you spend $49 or more. And it only about $5 if you select standard shipping. What I do is I buy my jojoba oil, shea butter & aloe vera juice from them as well... All my shopping in one convenient location.
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They never have the leave in at the Target by house, but Vitamin Shoppe sells it too for like 50 cents less than Target.

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