PLEASE HELP!!Leave-in Conditioner Recs

I'm new to the CG Method and am having trouble finding products in my budget. Does anyone have recs for leave in conditioners without cones, proteins, parabens, etc that are budget friendly? I would really appreciate any input or suggestions.

For reference:
CURL PATTERN: 3B
POROSITY: Low Porosity
DENSITY: High Density
WIDTH: Coarse
LENGTH: Long
I personally LOVE Beauty Without Cruelty leave in: Beauty Without Cruelty, Leave-in Conditioner, 8.5 fl oz (250 ml) - iHerb.com

There is a discount code in my signature. This product is 100% CG-friendly. It's moisturizing and makes my hair soft and shiny.

At hip length, going for mid-thigh!
3A/2C M iii med porosity, high elasticity

HGs:
Clarify: Nivea IR
Lo-poo: Nature's Gate CR
CW: Elvive Volume Collagen
RO: TBS Rainforest Moisture, etc

LI: Elvive volume collagen, KCKT
Seal: Grapeseed oil
Gel: Studioline

PT: EO Keratin co
DT: RO+oils
Hairgrowth stim.: JBCO+EVCO


www.iherb.com 5-10$ discount code:
VHT541 Many natural hair products!
If you've found a rinse out conditioner that you like, you can just use a little bit of that as your leave in.
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Fine/thin 2c/3a, Low-Medium Porosity, Dry!
I'm not sure what budget friendly means to you but I like the Giovanni leave in, the kinky curly knot today, the mixed chicks, mixed silk is okay and it's a bit cheaper than the mixed chicks I also like the Shea Moistures curl enhancing smoothie, not sure if it is actually a conditioner even though I know some people use it for deep treatments but it works well as a leave in product.

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