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parcipany 12-11-2006 06:47 PM

Question about angell
 
I'm still a little leery about using Angell because of the cone. For those of you who are CG, is anyone having a build-up from it? Can just ACV rinses get it out or do I need to poo? Please help.

Kaia 12-11-2006 06:51 PM

Angell does not have a cone, you must be thinking of One Condition. Angell is completely water-soluble.

parcipany 12-11-2006 06:55 PM

According to the ingredients , "Amodimethicone" is the fourth to the last on the list. I pulled this bottle from my graveyard of produts (got it last year.) Hum? Maybe they made a modified version without b/c there were too many complaints.

Kaia 12-11-2006 07:08 PM

If there's a PEG-# in front of it, it means it's water soluble. Angell should come out just fine. :)

parcipany 12-11-2006 07:10 PM

Thanks Bailey422! Just what I wanted to hear. Have a good night.

jennyfurrens 12-12-2006 02:39 AM

i agree that the cone is water soluble, so it will wash out with shampoo. but if you suffer silicone buildup easily you might find it doesnt work. even after one application my hair did what it always does with any cone (amodimethicone and dimethicone in particular) - it frizzed outa nd lost all curl pattern. but arc angell works fine so i'm sure its the amodimethicone, despite that it's water soluble.

SuZen 12-12-2006 06:18 AM

There are a very few people who have a problem with the amodimethicone in Angell, but most people seem to do okay with it. I would try it and see how it works with your hair.


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