A good moisturizer?

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I've had sucess with:
Komaza Shea Butter Lotion
Komaza Califia Moisturizing Cream
Oyin Hair Dew
Qhemet Burdock Root Buttercream ans Amla Olive Heavy Cream
Oyin Burnt Sugar Pomade works great in combination with the above products too(I haven't used it with Qhemet)

I'll use Burdock Root around the 3rd day when my hair is starting to feel dry as a refresher and I don't have to re-moisturize again. That will last up until wash day (7th-10th day). That stuff is no joke.

I'm still not straight on what a pre poo is. Do you use oils only? And if so do they need to be heated first? Can creams be used and how would that be different than a deep conditioning?
lusters scurl spray! this is a great stuff!

Originally Posted by _Michael11
Only thing that has ever left my coarse (thick strand diameter), dense, super duper tightly coily hair soft and fluffy. If anyone is having moisture issues, I suggest at least trying S-Curl; it's only like $4 a bottle. I regret having bought all the expensive "natural" products and being left with crispity, crunchety straw hair for nearly 6 years when this little bottle of water and humectants would've solved all my troubles. Oh well, you live and you learn!
Hair Type: A collection of incredibly dense, gravity-defying very defined coffee-stirrer diameter coils. I am currently exclusively wearing wash-and gos.

Products
:Curl Junkie Daily Fix Cleansing Conditioner (low-poo), Elucence Moisture Balancing Conditioner, Grapeseed Oil, KCCC or Ecostyler Gel (stylers)

I've had sucess with:
Komaza Shea Butter Lotion
Komaza Califia Moisturizing Cream
Oyin Hair Dew
Qhemet Burdock Root Buttercream ans Amla Olive Heavy Cream
Oyin Burnt Sugar Pomade works great in combination with the above products too(I haven't used it with Qhemet)

I'll use Burdock Root around the 3rd day when my hair is starting to feel dry as a refresher and I don't have to re-moisturize again. That will last up until wash day (7th-10th day). That stuff is no joke.

I'm still not straight on what a pre poo is. Do you use oils only? And if so do they need to be heated first? Can creams be used and how would that be different than a deep conditioning?
Originally Posted by JahNaturalDezign
Loving your products of choice.
water, castor oil and kckt/any creamy leave in conditioner.(in that order)
Originally Posted by ebonyrose31626
+1
4a/b Texlaxed hair w/ highlights. Medium texture & high porosity.

HG's: CJ Daily Fix, Bobeam Cheris Hibiscus shampoo bar, KC Spiral Spritz, Knot Today, CJ Rehab, KBB LL Hair Mask, Cassia, KCCC, oil blend of Avocado, Camellia, Jojoba, & Meadowfoam oils

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