Substitute for L'oreal Vive Pro Nutri Gloss?

Okay, so I can't find my beloved LVPNG for curlies anywhere and I'm tired of searching.

Is there anything else out that's comparable?

I like Trader Joe's Nourish Spa
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I use either Kenra or LVPNG. Think the Kenra has more protein not sure if that's an issue for you.
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I use LVPNG, and I also love GVP Conditioning Balm (from Sally's). Both of 'em are in my rotation.
Somewhere between a 2c & 3a
Liking:
-Suave Naturals or VO5 (co-wash)
-GVP Conditioning Balm (conditioner)
-L'Oreal Vive Pro Nutrigloss (conditioner)
-Giovanni Direct Leave-in or GVP Conditioning Balm as leave-in
-Flax seed gel (my favorite right now)
-KCCC
-Biotera Gel
-HETT mousse
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Just a quick note...I buy Loreal Vive Nutri Gloss for Curly Hair at Drugstore.com...cheap! (the pink pearlized bottle)
3a, thin, growing out as far as i can before i go insane and chop it!

Co-Wash: Cure Care
Conditioner: suave coconut usually
Stylers: One 'n Only Brazilian Tech Keratin Leave-In Treatment, followed with a dollop of alcohol cone-free mousse from time to time

Then Diffuse until about 75% dry, then air dry the rest of the way**
oops, forgive my temporary dyslexia....loreal pro vive nutri gloss is what I meant to type~ i am having a moment
3a, thin, growing out as far as i can before i go insane and chop it!

Co-Wash: Cure Care
Conditioner: suave coconut usually
Stylers: One 'n Only Brazilian Tech Keratin Leave-In Treatment, followed with a dollop of alcohol cone-free mousse from time to time

Then Diffuse until about 75% dry, then air dry the rest of the way**

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