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Do any type 4s use these products? I picked up some sample from a health food store but it only covered my bang area. They should really include enough product for at least one use so you can good idea before you buy the product! The products are on the expensive side so I would love to here you experience before I buy
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Do any type 4s use these products? I picked up some sample from a health food store but it only covered my bang area. They should really include enough product for at least one use so you can good idea before you buy the product! The products are on the expensive side so I would love to here you experience before I buy
Originally Posted by hautecocoa
i've tried the neroli detangler when i was still using creamy conditioners that had the least amount of chemical additives. i respect j.m.'s mission, but this was not a great product for my hair texture. it did detangle, but it wasn't an instant detangler for me, even when i let it set for several minutes. and to cost that much money, i was disappointed that the slip wasn't better. for that reason, the fact that as a leave-in it left my hair a lint trap, and the fact that i couldn't justify, in this economy, spending that much money on just conditioner alone, i never bought another bottle. actually, because i wasn't totally satisfied with its performance on my hair, i used the last of it as a shaving aid for my legs.
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Do any type 4s use these products? I picked up some sample from a health food store but it only covered my bang area. They should really include enough product for at least one use so you can good idea before you buy the product! The products are on the expensive side so I would love to here you experience before I buy
Originally Posted by hautecocoa
i've tried the neroli detangler when i was still using creamy conditioners that had the least amount of chemical additives. i respect j.m.'s mission, but this was not a great product for my hair texture. it did detangle, but it wasn't an instant detangler for me, even when i let it set for several minutes. and to cost that much money, i was disappointed that the slip wasn't better. for that reason, the fact that as a leave-in it left my hair a lint trap, and the fact that i couldn't justify, in this economy, spending that much money on just conditioner alone, i never bought another bottle. actually, because i wasn't totally satisfied with its performance on my hair, i used the last of it as a shaving aid for my legs.
Originally Posted by rainshower
Thanks for the review. The products are very expensive for the size IMO. The best instant slip for me is with Trader Joe's Nourish conditioner, but being the PJ that this site has made me become (LOL) I'm always on the lookout for different things.
Thanks for that review rainshower. I was looking at the bottle in Whole Foods, but for the price I had to put it down. I told myself I would *maybe* buy it if I heard excellent, near unanimous reviews.

Now I'm happy to hear it doesn't work since it costs so much, lol. I've gotten used to using cheap products or more expensive ones that work out cheap-ish after buying them in bulk. I'm past that phase where I'm willing to risk a lot of cash on stuff that might not work.
The Citrus & neroli conditioner, detangler (and leave-in) is one of the richest conditioners I have used (and it smells yummy to me); it's also quite detangling on my hair. I'm protein sensitive but am not bothered by the protein in it.

It's the only JM product I use. I've tried the gel, the rosemary/pepperment condish (more protein than the Citrus/neroli) and the little thing in a jar (sorry I forget the name).
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