I LOVE this stuff. My hairdresser uses it at the salon and I've loved it for awhile, but this last time I went I bought some of it. I was careful to check for silicones and didn't see any. I use the Aux de Fleurs shampoo (which is actually a cream) and I mix the conditioner I use (I'd have to check the bottle for the name but it's the regenerator kind) with One Condish. I use Eclet naturel after my hair is dry and sometimes I'll add some of the Palme oil for shine or moisture.
Wow, my hair is so soft!
That has been one of my sad things about having curly hair--it never has felt as soft as my hair did when I straightened it back in the day. NOW, so soft. I love touching it. It looks and feels so healthy.
Granted, this stuff is from France and it can be hard to find, but if you find it somewhere near you--try it!!! I think it's worth it.
I haven't posted any pictures of my hair since I started using it (it's only been a week), but I will.
I havent tried this brand in particular...but I must say that french haircare ROCKS!!
Have you tried Phyto or Rene Furterer? OMG, such amazing products.
Most of the haircarelines are plantbased & they always have amazing hairoils...
I think LG has sulfates, not sure, but most of the Eurobrands has them. My hair loves sulfates, so I dont mind.
Sephora carries some Phyto & RF, be sure to try Phytojoba Shampoo-its my HG!