What's your favorite drugstore/natural foods leave-in?

I've been getting a little frizzy lately and think I need a different/better leave in. I"ve been using the slip detangler and sometimes the Redken fresh curl conditioner. I've been noticing the top layers of my hair are a bit dry and frizzy looking? Not sure if it's the products or lack of moisture. I don't feel like ordering online, just easier and less expensive to go to Target or the Whole Foods store. Tell me about your favorite leave in, or do you think there is another underlying issue I'm missing about the frizz?
Type: 3a/3b, fine-medium
Cleanse: hg:whispering windz farm jar soaps,
Moisture/Co rinse: GVP conditioning balm
DT: Jessicurl's dt
Leave in: KCKT
Definition: kccc
Hold: rotating: gvp liquid scuplting gel
ACV rinse bi-weekly
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I've been using a tiny bit of Aubrey Organics Honeysuckle Rose as a leave in, I got it at whole foods, it's very thick, every morning I wet my hair and I add a dime sized of this then my gel or styler, seems to be working wonders.
JEN 3b, currently bored with my hair.
I've been using Aubrey Organics Honeysucklerose conditioner as a leave-in and it's fabulous! I can even use it as a styler. I'm learning, after being here for over 4 years, that my hair, despite it being fine/thin, can take alot of conditioning to keep the ends defined and shiny. I got it at The Vitamin Shoppe.

Biotera Curling Cream, from Sally's, works well for me to keep down frizz either when using it on wet hair or dry. It's a styler.
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2b/3a and 3b on occasion!
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I think I'll check out our Whole Foods store to see if we have it, I've been hearing about it across the board anyway so I'd like to try it as a regular conditioner too...can be used for both right?

I might check the biortera too. Thanks!
Type: 3a/3b, fine-medium
Cleanse: hg:whispering windz farm jar soaps,
Moisture/Co rinse: GVP conditioning balm
DT: Jessicurl's dt
Leave in: KCKT
Definition: kccc
Hold: rotating: gvp liquid scuplting gel
ACV rinse bi-weekly
http://s722.photobucket.com/albums/ww223/mamacurl7/
"My father says almost the whole world's asleep...He says only a few people are awake. And they live in a state of constant, total amazement."
Traveling? http://katiebutton.rovia.com/
I think I'll check out our Whole Foods store to see if we have it, I've been hearing about it across the board anyway so I'd like to try it as a regular conditioner too...can be used for both right?

I might check the biortera too. Thanks!
Originally Posted by Mamacurl3

Yes it can be used for both, I just use alot of conditioner so I try to go with a thinner one or a cheaper one for co washes, this is thick and the bottle isn't that big and it was maybe 8bucks, so using small amounts as a leave in has been working out better but it would probally be good for Deep conditioning as well on the days you felt you needed it.
JEN 3b, currently bored with my hair.
My curls have loved Giovanni Direct Leave-In, which honestly surprised me since they haven't liked any other Giovanni product. Good moisture and nice curl enhancement.

I have had really bad results with all of the Aubrey products with intense frizz and buildup (and I poo 2-3x/week). Everyone's different though, and I'm glad LavenderCurls has had good luck with them.
2b w/ some 3a
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