Flax seed gel qs

I was thinking of actually trying it because of all the great reviews. But I was wondering is it effective in the summer? My hair frizzes like crazy (I know everyone's hair frizzes but I have not found a solution).

Also, is there anything I should know before making it (any tips)?

Thanks in advance
~Hair under construction ~
You can add humectants to it to help in the summer. Honey and glycerine are just a few things you can add. There are tons of recipes in the recipe board but here is the latest thread.

What's the best Flax Seed Gel recipe?
High Priestess JessMess, follower of the Goddess of the Coiling Way and Confiscator of Concoctions in the Order of the Curly Crusaders

FSG by itself makes my my hair a little frizzy. Adding 2T of aloe gel may help but I like mixing mine 50/50 with Seamollient for more curl enhancing, hold and frizz control.
Type: 3a, fine, thin, low porosity Water/Climate: soft/ marine Washes: water w/washcloth, shikakai, clay Condition: Style:Seamollient, CurlsPFCCP, Miracurl, Gel-les'c, CK; rudeechick's super soaker method; blot, air dry 30 min; diffuse Also: coconut oil

Thank you both. I will give it a try. I would try the glycerine but where would I get that?
~Hair under construction ~
Glycerine can be found in the first aid aisle (with band-aids)
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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