What do you use with JoiWhip?

I love this product but it's a little bit drying. Do you use anything over or with it?
3c
Poo: KBB shampoo bar or Shikai moisturizing shampoo
CoWash: VO5 kiwi
Cond: Robert Craig, Tresemme Natural, or Fekkai Shea Butter
Leave in/Styling: Grapeseed oil, KBB milk, KCCC, and Aveda Confixor
I've got some Curls moisturiser that I'm using up by putting it under Joiwhip - seems to soften things up a bit, but I don't really find the Joiwhip on it's own particularly drying anyway.
I use recoil under it. Sometimes a leave-in, but I never found it drying. I would try a really moisturizing leave-in under it. It has worked well for me over CJ H&B leave-in.
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I use GF sleek and shiny leave-in and recoil underneath Joiwhip.
No drying at all.
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I use lots of leave-in. I don't find it permanently drying, it's just like most mousses after a day or two it feels dry.
3c
Poo: KBB shampoo bar or Shikai moisturizing shampoo
CoWash: VO5 kiwi
Cond: Robert Craig, Tresemme Natural, or Fekkai Shea Butter
Leave in/Styling: Grapeseed oil, KBB milk, KCCC, and Aveda Confixor
I always use a leave in, then re:coil then JoiWhip. I've used JoiWhip for a long time and I don't find it drying, but everyone's hair is different.
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