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Old 04-13-2007, 12:12 PM   #1
 
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Default DevaCurl vs. DevaCare

What is the difference between the low-poo and One Condition in the DevaCare and DevaCurl products? Why should you pick one over the other?

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Old 04-13-2007, 02:30 PM   #2
 
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ere is the description from their website:

What is the difference between DevaCare and DevaCurl?

While both lines are botanically infused and share the same concept, DevaCare is infused with Vitamin C and orange peel wax. This will prevent color fading and oxidation for the most dehydrated, blow-fried, color treated natural and chemically processed hair.

DevaCurl: Whether your hair is curly or straight, our botanically infused, 100% sulfate-free cleansing system is dedicated to the pursuit of beautiful healthy hair and the restoration of your hairís natural order.

DevaCare: Whether your hair is blow-fried, chemically processed or curly, this delicious blend of nourishing botanicals and anti-oxidants will bring your hairís moisture level to the max! Enriched with Vitamin C, orange peel extract and citrus oil.
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Old 04-13-2007, 03:35 PM   #3
 
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For me, I prefer the Devacurl stuff. I don't know it's the orange peel wax or what but the Devacare stuff feels build up prone to me. I really don't care for it but I love DevaCURL!!!
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Old 04-14-2007, 11:52 AM   #4
 
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Apart from the Vitamin C and Orange in the Devacare, it also has a chemical sun blocker which is good to maintain your hair color, unless you're allergic to the ingredient like me. Anyway... the only other difference I can really think of is the smell. The Devacurl has a really intense smell that I can smell even after the hair is completely dry. The Devacare doesn't smell once hair is dry. Some people love the Devacurl smell, some people hate it, it's a matter of opinion! ^_^
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