Canadian Curlies Who Use CK Year Round?

I was just wondering if there was anybody who uses Curl Keeper year round?Or any humectant product I suppose.

I am in southern Ontario and looking up monthly minimum dew points it looks like it can get into the negatives (F) still. I was hoping I would be able to use it year-round as it is the only thing I have found so far that at least helps a bit with curl enhacement and frizz.SO! any successes or failures with year round CK use in Canada?Thanks!
Ontario, Canada
3a/3b - fine texture/high porosity
CURRENT LINE-UP:
experimenting....
Others: CLU towel, Mebco comb, occasional diffuser
I'm on the coast in NB. I use it year round. I just use less of it in the winter. I find I get frizz without it no matter how low the dewpoints are.
Current Products: CJ Products: CF, DF, CT, SG, AFG, CIAB AND CK is back!
Current Experiment: S&C by D

Curl Fix and Daily Fix are my HGs


Sulphate and cone free since July 2007

wavy/curly fine texture/medium porosity/medium-low density

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My hair is naturally a combination of 3B/3C. No longer texturized. All natural! CG Routine: Devapoo, One condition or Elucence. Loving curl creams: AG Recoil, Mop Curl Cream, KMS Curl Cream and never without CK. Gels: HE SMU and KCCC with a little BRHG on top.
I made the switch to CIAB awhile ago too. It is better for winter use than CK plus I can use it alone as it has some hold. In the winter, I typically need gel over CK.
Current Products: CJ Products: CF, DF, CT, SG, AFG, CIAB AND CK is back!
Current Experiment: S&C by D

Curl Fix and Daily Fix are my HGs


Sulphate and cone free since July 2007

wavy/curly fine texture/medium porosity/medium-low density

http://public.fotki.com/whatsercurl/

PW: wavycurly

Seek not to change the world. Rather seek to change your mind about the world.

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