Leave-in Conditioners??

So I've been using Lacio Lacio silk leave-in conditioner for about a year. I really like but it's a product that I have to always order. I'm looking for a great product that is a bit more convenient if I'm in a pinch. Also a I'm looking for suggestions for a product that may not be water based that's good to moisturize my hair with when I straighten it so that my hair doesn't revert.
So I've been using Lacio Lacio silk leave-in conditioner for about a year. I really like but it's a product that I have to always order. I'm looking for a great product that is a bit more convenient if I'm in a pinch. Also a I'm looking for suggestions for a product that may not be water based that's good to moisturize my hair with when I straighten it so that my hair doesn't revert.
Originally Posted by Shondadini
I don't know of any non-water based moisturizer as I don't use them. Hopefully someone will chime in.

Have you tried shea moisture smoothie as a leave in?
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Garnier fructis sleek & shine leave in is pretty good!
Aubrey Organics has some conditioners that have a coconut fatty acid cream base.
Hair characteristics: 4a/b, thick, coarse, low porosity

poo- ACV rinse and Rhassoul clay
cowash/leave-in- AO conditioners, KCKT, and TJ conditioners
dc- BASK conditioners
moisture- BASK Honey Latte
styler- flaxseed gel
So I've been using Lacio Lacio silk leave-in conditioner for about a year. I really like but it's a product that I have to always order. I'm looking for a great product that is a bit more convenient if I'm in a pinch. Also a I'm looking for suggestions for a product that may not be water based that's good to moisturize my hair with when I straighten it so that my hair doesn't revert.
Originally Posted by Shondadini
I also recommend using Shea Moisture. I use Shea Moisture's Organic Raw Shea Butter Deep Treatment Masque. It is awesome. I only use it as a leave in even though it says to use as a deep conditioner. It's amazing as a leave in and it makes my hair extremely soft. It's water based BUT it works, I can definitely say that. I definitely recommend it. You can get it locally from Target for $9.99 and the jar is a good size where it will last you a long time. It has extremely good ingredients. ^_^ I also use Virgin Coconut oil to seal and you can get the coconut oil from almost any grocery store. Hope that helps!




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I recommend shea mositure products I have yet to use a product in the line that I didn't like or couldn't work with. The raw organice shea butter has a lot of oils in it so I think it would work for but I have yet to straighten my hair since going natural so idk how it will work on straight hair. Also coconut oil is a really great moisturizer and super light weight light than Evoo. You might want to try that.

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