Getting rid of crunch!

Is there any easy way to get rid of crunchy hair? My curls are usually defined after a wash n go and usage of Eco styler, but it always leaves my hair crunchy! I really want my hair to have movement, and for it to be touchable, not hard as it usually is. Any suggestions?
Have you tried scrunching out the crunch?

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My hair has a mix of low/med/high porosity, and it's medium textured (some are still fine, though!)

CG since Sept. 2011
Cowash: Vo5/Suave Naturals/Tresemme Naturals*
RO/LI: GVPCB*, Tresemme Naturals*
Low-poo: Shea Moisture Moisture Retention
Stylers: KCKT*, Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Honey*

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No, only because my hair shrinks a lot and scrunching makes it look weird/ messes it up a little. ):
I've been using Herbal Essences Totally Twisted Curl Boosting Mousse and have no crunch at all, nice hold, about like a light hair spray and it's got nice movement. Gave up on the gels, just too much for me.
I've noticed that since I started using a leave in condish in my hair, (which I never did before I went CG) before applying my gel, even when I scrunch out the crunch, there is far less crunch to scrunch out and my hair feels a lot softer.
UK Curly
Curl type : Boticelli, 3a, loose curls
Porosity : High
Texture : Fine/medium (I think!)
Co-wash/rinse out/leave in : L'oreal Full Restore 5, GFR&S, Schwarzkopf Bio Pomegranite
Gels : Umberto Giannini Flirty Curls Scrunching Jelly
Finish product : Boots Naked Style Frizz Fighter Serum or a pea-sized blob of condish smoothed over canopy
CG since Feb 2011

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