Low Porosity

What are the list of some conditioners that have proteins and those that don't. I currently have the Shea Moisture Reconstructive Conditioner, Curls Conditioner, 50/50 Giovanni, VO5 Moisture Milks(Strawberries and Cream, Passion fruit), Sauve Naturals Coconut Conditioner and the Waterfall Mist, and Aussie Moist conditioner. I need help distinguishing which one is protein and protein free. I also want to know when you are in the TWA stage how often did you cowash on a weekly basis and what conditioners you used to contain the frizz. I live in Florida so its humid here all the time so I don't know if the frizz is because of it. What other products would you suggest for low porosity (oils, moisturizers, shampoos, conditioners, gels, etc...) Thanks!!!

Also, how can you tell if your protein sensitive? I feel like my hair is poofy, yet moisturized in a way. However, in the morning its dry and matted down. So I can't tell if I'm protein sensitive or not?
Hey Bria, I think you should post this question on the protein-sensitive forum instead--you might get more replies there. I am told that not all lo-po peeps are protein-sensitive.

In the meantime, here is a hugely helpful thread: Protein and glycerin free product list

But formulas change, so it's a good idea to check ingredients on the bottle anyway. Look for things that say "protein," "amino acids," or "hydrolized."

HTH!
Jessica
Type 2c: coarse, high-density, low porosity (so it would seem)
Avoiding protein and glycerin; going for soft, non-crunchy, frizz-free waves
CO & RO: Tresemme Naturals Moisture
Sealer: Olive oil
Leave-in/Styler: Kinky Curly Knot Today
DT: olive oil and honey
Hey Bria, I think you should post this question on the protein-sensitive forum instead--you might get more replies there. I am told that not all lo-po peeps are protein-sensitive.

In the meantime, here is a hugely helpful thread: Protein and glycerin free product list

But formulas change, so it's a good idea to check ingredients on the bottle anyway. Look for things that say "protein," "amino acids," or "hydrolized."

HTH!
Originally Posted by JessMess
Okay I'll look t that thread. Thank you so much for the information.

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