best drugstore detangler?

I have EXTREMELY tangly and knotted hair. What is the best detangling conditioner that I can buy at the drugstore? Does tresseme naturals have slip or does renpure organics have better? Any other suggestions? Thanks!
I have EXTREMELY tangly and knotted hair. What is the best detangling conditioner that I can buy at the drugstore? Does tresseme naturals have slip or does renpure organics have better? Any other suggestions? Thanks!
Originally Posted by oojack
Tresemme Naturals is the best out there drugstore wise, hands down. PLENTY SLIP!!
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its not drugstore, but giovanni tea tree or direct leave in detangle VERY well for me, and i get crazy huge knotty tangles. You can buy them at walmart, so they're kind of drugstore-ish, lol.

(ive noticed that the trader joes tea tree condish is JUST like the giovanni, and half the price for double the size, so if thats an option...)
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I have EXTREMELY tangly and knotted hair. What is the best detangling conditioner that I can buy at the drugstore? Does tresseme naturals have slip or does renpure organics have better? Any other suggestions? Thanks!
Originally Posted by oojack
Tresemme Naturals is the best out there drugstore wise, hands down. PLENTY SLIP!!
Originally Posted by Naturalista
yes! the moisturizing version is an awesome detangler! (makes a nice shaving cream too!)
- 2C - Coarse Canopy & med/fine underlayers
- MOP C Hydrating 'poo
- LOreal Natures Therapy Moisturizing condish, ION Effective Care, Garnier S&S (old formula)
- treatments: CJ Curl Rehab, CJ Repair Me!
- plopping, diffusing, and clipping the roots
I like Tresemme Naturals for slip too. Also, my stylist told me Suave Naturals Coconut was great for detangling but I use Suave Naturals Tangerine because the coconut version has protein in it. I find the Suave Tangerine is really slippery on my hair (3b/3c/4a) and gets out the tangles for me. Also, I usually detangle after I've let the conditioner sit in my hair for a few minutes and then detangle under the stream of shower water which seems to help. Good luck!
i lovve nexus detangler. i forget what it's called though. it's drugstor, but it's 11 bucks. it's worth it though!
Herbal Essence's Hello Hydration is great for detangling and moisturizing. It does have -cones but I never noticed problems with buildup when I used it.

I tried Renpure organics condish and it was okay, but did not have a lot of slip.
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Yes to Cucumbers. It has mad slip!
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I love suave naturals. I fell in love with them its makes the tangles disspear.
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Renpure orgaincs (@ walgreens) is very detangling. Plus my curls always look nice : )
Yes to Cucumbers. It has mad slip!
Originally Posted by Suburbanbushbabe
can this be used as a leave-in aswell?
+1 for Tresemme naturals.. tons of slip, no silicones $5 for 25oz = great buy !

Yes to Cucumbers. It has mad slip!
Originally Posted by Suburbanbushbabe
can this be used as a leave-in aswell?
Originally Posted by oojack
i bought this to use as a leave in and im not a fan of conditioners as leave ins because they seem to sit on my hair and be heavy but i love this!.. have yet to even rinse this out, i need to try it.

so yes it can be used as a leave in lol
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Poo/Cowash| Bobeam, V05 Shea Cashmere
DC| AOGPB, CJ Repair Me, BrownButterBeauty
RinseOut| Mill Creek Keratin Conditioner, Ology Moisturizing Conditioner
Leave In| Curl Rehab, Bee Mine Luscious Balanced Moisturizer, CJ Smoothing Lotion
Moisturize|Oyin Hair Dew, CR Moisture Milk
Gel| Kiss My Face UMG, Trader Joes Aloe Vera, KCCC
Sealants| Aloe Juice, Whipped Shea, Cocoa & Mango Butters, Castor, & my Peanut Oil Blend =)

I have EXTREMELY tangly and knotted hair. What is the best detangling conditioner that I can buy at the drugstore? Does tresseme naturals have slip or does renpure organics have better? Any other suggestions? Thanks!
Originally Posted by oojack
Tresemme Naturals is the best out there drugstore wise, hands down. PLENTY SLIP!!
Originally Posted by Naturalista
yes! the moisturizing version is an awesome detangler! (makes a nice shaving cream too!)
Originally Posted by Lucky Charm
+2

Adding oil and agave makes it even more slippery.
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