Natural ran out creamy daily moisturizer

Good Morning Curlies,

I'm flew here from Italy to NJ/NY last week and leaving in few days. Hair products I and brought with me was:

Lustrasilk olive oil cholesterol (using this a daily moisturizer)
sheamoisture sheabutter leave in conditioner
sheaaloe ( sealant)
vo5 vita burst strenghthing conditioner (co wash)

My scalp itches like hell so I'll use the Vo5 with baking soda to clarify. Bed head moisture manic was bought yesterday for a deep moisture conditoner. Thinking of adding honey to it.

But I ran out of the shealoe and the cholesterol is making my twist dry out now. My Qhemet products are amazing but expensive so I'm trying to make it stretch as much as possible by leaving it overseas.

Can you ladies give me some alternitive ideas other than Qhemet for moisturizing my hair, no cones, and what stores should I go to since I'm in NYC/NJ for the next few days. Thank you ladies.
Last Relaxer: May 2008
Big chop: Dec. 5,2008
Hair Type: Fine Texture, High Porosity, thick density,
Hair hates: Silicones ,Sulfates,
In Rotation: experimenting...

How about Ricky's? I've heard so much about that store. Castor oil may work in lieu of shealoe. Since reading Subbrock's post on it, I've tried scrunching castor oil right over my rinseout conditioner after detangling, then doing a cold water rinse. Works very well. I do the same with Hairveda Almond Glaze (online product). Also if you're in NY, Karen's Body Beautiful in Brooklyn -- Hair Milk! It's more a moisturizer and detangler for me than anything else. Doesn't clump my curls.
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How about Ricky's? I've heard so much about that store. Castor oil may work in lieu of shealoe. Since reading Subbrock's post on it, I've tried scrunching castor oil right over my rinseout conditioner after detangling, then doing a cold water rinse. Works very well. I do the same with Hairveda Almond Glaze (online product). Also if you're in NY, Karen's Body Beautiful in Brooklyn -- Hair Milk! It's more a moisturizer and detangler for me than anything else. Doesn't clump my curls.
Originally Posted by Suburbanbushbabe
Thanks for the info!! I've always heard so much about Karen's Hair Milk but getting it shipped overseas is crazy expensive, especially if my hair doesn't like it. I'll check them out when I get to NYC.
Last Relaxer: May 2008
Big chop: Dec. 5,2008
Hair Type: Fine Texture, High Porosity, thick density,
Hair hates: Silicones ,Sulfates,
In Rotation: experimenting...

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