Answer this (game)... What do you do with your reject conditioners??

I give all of mine to my patients that are in the hospital. The hospital here supplies shampoo, but no conditioner. Many of the patients are living below the poverty level so it's a treat for them (and me too!)
Originally Posted by angel29ish
That's a great idea. Wow, it's bad that the hospital doesn't supply conditioner.

I give mine to my kids. Three of them are doing the conditioner only thing.
Started CG July 8, 2008


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Co-wash: Trader Joe's Tea Tree Tingle or Trader Joe's Nourish Spa
Rinse out: GVP Conditioning Balm
Leave-in/Styling: Kenra Moisturizing Conditioner
I use them! I use all my "bad" products on days where I know I don't need decent hair. The funny thing is, depending on the weather conditions, some of these "bad" conditioners have turned into HGs! Like my hair wasn't loving the Matrix stuff in summer, but on dry winter days I get fabulous curls. So I kind of do product roulette on days I can afford to experiment.

Stacy
3a/some b, med/high porosity, med texture

My current HGs:
Co-wash: Suave Naturals Coconut, VO5 Strawberries & Cream
Conditioner: Darcy Botanicals pumpkin, LVPNG, Deva OneC
Leave-in: KCKT, Deva B'Leave In
Cremes: CIAB, pink Boots, Komaza coconut, FSG, CJ CCCC
Gels: BRHG, AO B5, LALSG
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I am just loving all of you donating ladies! I just went online and looked up a women's shelter near my house! Best idea ever...

Usually I try to convince my bf to try one. He's my curly guy... so glad he puts up with my nonsense!

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