How to make slip for a non-slip Conditioner

I am allergic to most conditioners but I am not allergic to Free & Clear Condtioner and it moisturizes my hair well but it has no slip for me to comb hair hair! How can i make slip for it?
You can add oil to it. Olive oil, coconut oil, sweet almond oil. That's what I did to KCKT, bc without the oil it dried out my hair and the slip was minimal.
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I cosign adding oil to a non slippy condish, I like olive, jojoba, and avocado because they are good at adding slip but are fairly light weight oils, I tried it with castor and it was a little too thick.
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Try adding some flax seed gel or okra mucilage to it.
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Try adding some flax seed gel or okra mucilage to it.
Originally Posted by moodydove
+1 I find that adding flax seed gel adds nice slip to conditioner. Adding oils helps as well.
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Great idea...never thought to do this

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Try adding some flax seed gel or okra mucilage to it.
Originally Posted by moodydove
+1 I find that adding flax seed gel adds nice slip to conditioner. Adding oils helps as well.
Originally Posted by Fronomenal
where do we find okra mucilage? Besides slip, what does that do for your hair?
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I cosign adding oil to a non slippy condish, I like olive, jojoba, and avocado because they are good at adding slip but are fairly light weight oils, I tried it with castor and it was a little too thick.
Originally Posted by Ashkins1118
+2! I have always added a oil to my conditioners to give slip & help w/detangling. I normally add grapeseed oil on a weekly basis & it works wonders, except on the weeks I do a PT & I add coconut oil to my condish & sit under the dryer. So it ends up doubling and provides slip & a DT.
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