Commercial sub for fsg?

I've been using fsg for about a month and love what it does to my hair. But I don't always have time to make it so am wondering if there's something that has the same effect that I could buy as a back up?
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Jessicurl Rockin' Ringlets is flax seed based. Not everyone loves it due to the mag sulfate in it though. I've never made my own but have bought FSG from Botticelli Botanicals on etsy and definitely prefer the Jessicurl RR.
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There is a company on Etsy that sells it. I bought some before I decided to make it myself. It was moisturizing.
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I've been using fsg for about a month and love what it does to my hair. But I don't always have time to make it so am wondering if there's something that has the same effect that I could buy as a back up?
Originally Posted by Carpool Curly
Have you tried just soaking the flax seeds overnight or all day and then just straining it? I do this when I lack for time and it works just as well as when I boil it.
CG on 2/16/2010
My curls looks like the 3a pictures
Hair length is to my bra strap, it's fine textured, but the density is thick, not much elasticity, Naturally Blonde but Color treated because of graying going on

My hair loves
coconut oil
Homemade FSG
Hair one for my co wash
Ecostyler olive oil

Princess Brandy Brat, Chief Jewel Crafter and Royal Nanny to the Court of the Red and White Rose for the Order of the Curly Crusaders.
Thanks everyone. I definitely need to get something that I can travel with too, so will try some of these products.


Have you tried just soaking the flax seeds overnight or all day and then just straining it? I do this when I lack for time and it works just as well as when I boil it.
Originally Posted by adorame06
Seriously? That would be awesome!
Thanks everyone. I definitely need to get something that I can travel with too, so will try some of these products.


Have you tried just soaking the flax seeds overnight or all day and then just straining it? I do this when I lack for time and it works just as well as when I boil it.
Originally Posted by adorame06
Seriously? That would be awesome!
Originally Posted by Carpool Curly
Yes! here is what I do. 1/2 teaspoon of sea salt to 1/4 cup of flax seeds and 1 cup of water and let it soak all day long and then strain it and it turns out just fine, no boiling required
CG on 2/16/2010
My curls looks like the 3a pictures
Hair length is to my bra strap, it's fine textured, but the density is thick, not much elasticity, Naturally Blonde but Color treated because of graying going on

My hair loves
coconut oil
Homemade FSG
Hair one for my co wash
Ecostyler olive oil

Princess Brandy Brat, Chief Jewel Crafter and Royal Nanny to the Court of the Red and White Rose for the Order of the Curly Crusaders.
I'll have to try that next time. What's the sea salt for? I put epsom salt in my last batch to increase curl (haven't tried it yet though).
I'll have to try that next time. What's the sea salt for? I put epsom salt in my last batch to increase curl (haven't tried it yet though).
Originally Posted by Carpool Curly

I just use sea salt instead of Epsom salt is all. You can use the Epsom salt if you like
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CG on 2/16/2010
My curls looks like the 3a pictures
Hair length is to my bra strap, it's fine textured, but the density is thick, not much elasticity, Naturally Blonde but Color treated because of graying going on

My hair loves
coconut oil
Homemade FSG
Hair one for my co wash
Ecostyler olive oil

Princess Brandy Brat, Chief Jewel Crafter and Royal Nanny to the Court of the Red and White Rose for the Order of the Curly Crusaders.


I just use sea salt instead of Epsom salt is all. You can use the Epsom salt if you like
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Originally Posted by adorame06
Thanks!

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