AOHR - Coconut Fatty Acid Cream Base?

Did anyone ever figure out what the heck a "Coconut Fatty Acid Cream Base" is? Would it be a protein of sorts? Last time I tried AOHR, I seemed to get that protein-overload feeling after a couple washes. I want to try it again because, yes, the LOOB is starting to show its drying effects... but I love the curl I'm getting, LOL!

Thoughts?



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We've been discussing that lately on various threads.

From what I can find, it is a fatty alcohol, but may have other stuff. I'm sure you can find recent threads on it if you search.

Does jojoba bug you? It could be that too.
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Med/Coarse, porous curly.
I didn't care for that cond but I found this info from this site:

www.aubrey-organics.com/custom.aspx?id=60#coconutfattyacidcreambase

COCONUT FATTY ACID CREAM BASE Absorption base containing essential fatty acids, coconut fatty alcohols from palm kernels, aloe vera and vitamins A, C and E. Rich in linoleic and linolenic acids (vitamin F), excellent nutrients and skin conditioners. In hair care products, it is often combined with the important amino acids cysteine and methionine, which are high in sulfur and excellent for the hair and scalp.
3a/b medium/coarse but mostly moderately coarse, dense, strong strands
Komaza analysis current: medium to thick/ strands(mostly coarse), very strong elasticity, low porosity(some is), healthy strong hair
Goosefootprints: moderately coarse with some medium; low porosity at roots, normal thru shaft, porous ends.
LCLF:medium,normal,normal
This is why I wish products, whether from standard companies or small cottage ones had to adhere to INCI standards. I want a more clear idea of what I am using.
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I didn't care for that cond but I found this info from this site:

www.aubrey-organics.com/custom.aspx?id=60#coconutfattyacidcreambase

COCONUT FATTY ACID CREAM BASE — Absorption base containing essential fatty acids, coconut fatty alcohols from palm kernels, aloe vera and vitamins A, C and E. Rich in linoleic and linolenic acids (vitamin F), excellent nutrients and skin conditioners. In hair care products, it is often combined with the important amino acids cysteine and methionine, which are high in sulfur and excellent for the hair and scalp.
Originally Posted by GettinControl
OOO great site to book mark! Thanks for the linky! Red have you tried mixing some Biolage with AOHR? I recently tried AOWC and was pleasantly surprised that it didn't weigh me down or leave me stringy....I mixed mine with ONE-C but the possibilities are endless Laura Lee started a thread during the Winter about mixing AOHR with LVPNG and got great results.
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Link-Spritz & Condish Washing

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My hair LOVES Coconut DESPISES Soap Bars


CJRehab or H&B Fix, Deva NO POO, EO Rose & Cham POO & Condish, CJ CurlFix, CJ Pattern Pusha, CJ CIAB, SS FHG, KCCC, BRHG, AG Mousse Gel, ACV Rinses,Shikakai Conditioning Hair Rinse.
I didn't care for that cond but I found this info from this site:

www.aubrey-organics.com/custom.aspx?id=60#coconutfattyacidcreambase

COCONUT FATTY ACID CREAM BASE — Absorption base containing essential fatty acids, coconut fatty alcohols from palm kernels, aloe vera and vitamins A, C and E. Rich in linoleic and linolenic acids (vitamin F), excellent nutrients and skin conditioners. In hair care products, it is often combined with the important amino acids cysteine and methionine, which are high in sulfur and excellent for the hair and scalp.
Originally Posted by GettinControl
OOO great site to book mark! Thanks for the linky! Red have you tried mixing some Biolage with AOHR? I recently tried AOWC and was pleasantly surprised that it didn't weigh me down or leave me stringy....I mixed mine with ONE-C but the possibilities are endless Laura Lee started a thread during the Winter about mixing AOHR with LVPNG and got great results.
Originally Posted by DEL2C
I don't use the Biolage because I don't like myristal alcohol.

ETA: Nevermind. Duh, you meant the other red.
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RCC you're RCC you're not ever just RED

what's the deal with myristal alcohol RCC why don't you like it???? I thought this would be a great emollient rich ingredient, fabu for us coarse curlies......I used it today as a matter of fact! It works better for me when my hair is longer as opposed to freshly cut but I really like it!
Discovered CG 2007

2C Fia BSL/Thick/Med-Coarse/Low(crown)-Normal Porosity Protein and Oil Sensitive

Link-Spritz & Condish Washing

I'm aCurlJunkieJunky

My hair LOVES Coconut DESPISES Soap Bars


CJRehab or H&B Fix, Deva NO POO, EO Rose & Cham POO & Condish, CJ CurlFix, CJ Pattern Pusha, CJ CIAB, SS FHG, KCCC, BRHG, AG Mousse Gel, ACV Rinses,Shikakai Conditioning Hair Rinse.
See, I am having another Duh moment. Of course i'm RCC.

Myristal alcohol is a fatty one and can be good in general. But, it is oddly drying on me, and I am not sure why. I just avoid it. Jaemaria first gave me a clue because she said that it was drying on her.

Before I found Aubrey and Kinky Curly, I was using a protein free line that was heavy on the myristal alcohols. It started out great, but then became very drying. for the life of me I could not figure it out until I read about Jaemaria's experience. I cut that ingredient out from regular use and it seemed to help.
Kiva! Microfinance works.

Med/Coarse, porous curly.

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