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Houseofcurls 01-06-2013 04:12 PM

Need a new conditioner! Suggestions?
 
I started CG using tresemee and trader Joes tea tree tingle. I wasn't having great luck and some one here suggested maybe needing to add protein to a product. I switched tresemee out for suave coconut. Good news is, my hair has been responding better, not as frizzy and the curls are coming out more, more definition....problem is, I have very sensitive skin, and psoriasis on my scalp. I've always had issues with suave (what my parents bought me growing up) and I thought, well, I'll try it. My scalp is flaring up BIg time. I need something with the power of the suave, but not the suave. I don't know why it irritates me so much.

adthomas 01-07-2013 09:53 AM

What about VO5 moisture milks. They have protein. I will use them as my protein rinse out sometimes.

bookgirl 01-08-2013 04:25 AM

Psoriasis usually requires prescription treatments to manage. I've had good luck with clobetasol foam.

Jas76 01-08-2013 08:14 AM

Hmm... Well, I LOVE Vo5's Shea cashmere! It has protein, and it's pretty moisturizing and has decent slip for how cheap it is!

But I have had a lot of luck with GVPCB and mixing some CNPF with it! Both available at Sally's, and not very expensive at all!

Shea Moisture's products all have protein, too. I like their masque, but I combine it with other things bc I need slip. They also have a restorative conditioner, but again I find it's not slippy or rich enough. I do use it religiously as a LI, tho!

Sally's also has a protein filled treatment by Ion - I think it's called Restorative treatment or something... I can never remember until I see it, and I'm out right now! But it's good, too!

Geek_Chic 01-08-2013 10:46 PM

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Originally Posted by Jas76 (Post 2098005)
Hmm... Well, I LOVE Vo5's Shea cashmere! It has protein, and it's pretty moisturizing and has decent slip for how cheap it is!

But I have had a lot of luck with GVPCB and mixing some CNPF with it! Both available at Sally's, and not very expensive at all!

Shea Moisture's products all have protein, too. I like their masque, but I combine it with other things bc I need slip. They also have a restorative conditioner, but again I find it's not slippy or rich enough. I do use it religiously as a LI, tho!

Sally's also has a protein filled treatment by Ion - I think it's called Restorative treatment or something... I can never remember until I see it, and I'm out right now! But it's good, too!

Ion Reconstructor (Ion Repair Solutions Intensive Therapy Protein Rebuilder for Weak, Damaged Hair)? Or Ion Effective Care (Ion Repair Solutions Effective Care Treatment (Strengthens and Rebuilds Weak, Damaged Hair))?


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