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Old 08-29-2009, 08:45 AM   #61
 
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FedEx just delivered my Colorado Organics Seamollient. Yay! I won't be able to try it today as I have already washed and styled my hair. I'll have to wait until tomorrow.

opera_curls - I like your idea of transferring some to an empty Jessicurl bottle. I have plenty of those around. I want to do my best to preserve the integrity of the tub while making it easier to use.
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Old 11-18-2009, 11:09 PM   #62
 
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FedEx just delivered my Colorado Organics Seamollient. Yay! I won't be able to try it today as I have already washed and styled my hair. I'll have to wait until tomorrow.

opera_curls - I like your idea of transferring some to an empty Jessicurl bottle. I have plenty of those around. I want to do my best to preserve the integrity of the tub while making it easier to use.
Checking to see if anyone else had input on GoW hair products (skin products too but that is probably beyond this particular forum)
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Old 11-18-2009, 11:25 PM   #63
 
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Alex- I could tell you more about the skincare stuff in a week or two I ordered some a few days ago and should be getting it soon. Seamollient is great but I think I've been using too much. I started out with 3 tablespoons and got down to one and I'm thinking about cutting it down to 1/2 tablespoon. You kinda have to play with it. I also use it on my face and I like it, but again careful too much is drying.
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Old 11-18-2009, 11:25 PM   #64
 
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Seamollient hasn't been working as well since the weather turned. But, then again, nothing has been working for the last few weeks because my hair had a protein/coconut freak-out fest and is finally getting back to normal again... I'll revisit it this week and see how it goes.
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Old 11-19-2009, 12:51 PM   #65
 
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Just a note Alex, I love the GoW skincare! I have super sensitive skin and acne, so its been a nightmare trying to find something to help both, and I'm really glad I decided to try it. Sometimes, it seems as if its expensive for the size bottle you get, but then I use such a tiny amount of everything. Literally her sample sizes have lasted me months. I've made several orders and I'm very happy with the quality of everything.

I've gotta make another order -- I've been thinking of getting the blueberrry hair serum with flaxseed gel in it

oh oh oh, and if you have any questions, feel free to get on the forum -- they are extremely helpful there and they have never steered me wrong
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Just a note Alex, I love the GoW skincare! I have super sensitive skin and acne, so its been a nightmare trying to find something to help both, and I'm really glad I decided to try it. Sometimes, it seems as if its expensive for the size bottle you get, but then I use such a tiny amount of everything. Literally her sample sizes have lasted me months. I've made several orders and I'm very happy with the quality of everything.

I've gotta make another order -- I've been thinking of getting the blueberrry hair serum with flaxseed gel in it

oh oh oh, and if you have any questions, feel free to get on the forum -- they are extremely helpful there and they have never steered me wrong
Thanks Goobernut and all!!! I'm going to go and check it out. I'm using the Carley's Acne products which are working extremely well but they were a disaster for my daughter. She has a fungus on her face from them we are trying to control. (Her hair looks good though so hey....)
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Old 11-20-2009, 01:25 PM   #67
 
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Got a big tub, from colorado O."s of seamollient.I\To add to FSG(havent done that yet)been off on a commercial gel kick, but ready to go back to my"no buildup" FSG.I amsensitive to many ingrediants, and have food allergys as well.Had trouble finding a body lotion ,that wouldnt break me ou.Found Hugo's organics.all esental oils,extracts.yummy scents,no breakouts(hives,or acne) but didnt moisturize taht great. Added seamollient. Made it better in every way, spreadability, moisturising.Added maybe 1 prt., to 3 prts moisturiser. Tried it, as I would a small amount of KCCC, under gel,very moisturising.But definately not as curl enhancing on my fine3/2 A hair,made it go a little limp.
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Got a 1 oz sample of GoW healthy hair serum. DOES NOT WORK ON 4A HAIR. I even added oil to it. Dried my hair out. Moving on...
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Alex- I could tell you more about the skincare stuff in a week or two I ordered some a few days ago and should be getting it soon. Seamollient is great but I think I've been using too much. I started out with 3 tablespoons and got down to one and I'm thinking about cutting it down to 1/2 tablespoon. You kinda have to play with it. I also use it on my face and I like it, but again careful too much is drying.
Ordered the big tub f/ colorado, the longer I used it, (in FSG) the less I could add without totally drying out my fine hair. Ive had mine going on 3 yrs ,now. but live in temperate So. Cal(never gets too hot,by coast) wondering if the older it gets ,the more drying? Kathymacks ratio,1 oz to 3 oz would turn me to hay.loved the curl though, of course magnesium
oil, and xanthan gum turn my hair to dry crunchy strings???
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Old 01-19-2013, 04:42 PM   #70
 
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Okay, so I know this is quite an old thread, but if anyone is still reading it, could someone point me in the right direction to purchase Seamollient? I've honestly tried my best tracking it down on the internet, but Colorado Organics no longer exists, and I can't find anything on Google that pertains to hair (only some skincare creams which contain it). I'd love to give this a try in my FSG. I would be truly grateful if anyone can share where to find it.
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Old 01-20-2013, 02:27 AM   #71
 
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Garden of Wisdom still sell it. Just search for it on the home page.
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Old 01-25-2013, 09:32 AM   #72
 
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Thank you so much, Starmie!!!
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Old 01-25-2013, 06:10 PM   #73
 
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You're welcome! Hope you have luck with it.
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