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nicmandel 07-05-2011 02:58 PM

tresemme curl line
 
So I recently began the CG method probably about 2 weeks ago. I bought what I could find at the time at my local grocery store which was an oily like spray and a gel. I was very unhappy with the products and the results and went in search of something new yesterday. I decided to try the Tresemme curl line. I bought the curl hydration lotion creme as a leave in and the flawless curls mousse. I really prefer mousse to gel. From what I can tell, both of these are CG friendly. The creme does have a PEG cone in it but I am under the impression that that should be fine. Besides cones though, is there anything else I should be staying away from? My curls look great with these products! I don't feel up to typing out the full ingredients lists. I searched for them online but found that what was posted online is not exactly what is on my products. Any other CG followers use these products?

Gretchen 07-06-2011 11:23 AM

Are the Tresemme products you're referring list here in our product reviews section, or are we missing them?

nicmandel 07-06-2011 06:49 PM

The hydration lotion creme is listed there but the flawless curls mousse is not.

Gretchen 07-14-2011 01:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nicmandel (Post 1710736)
The hydration lotion creme is listed there but the flawless curls mousse is not.

OK, I've added the mousse... if you'll please add reviews.

nicmandel 07-26-2011 12:19 PM

Just realized that both of these products have silicones in them! Missed the -xane. So disappointed!

Kboou2 10-16-2012 04:49 PM

Love, Love, Love!
 
The conditioner (Curl Hydration) works amazingly for my hair! I can already see more definition in the curl and my hair looks even curlier!

Geek_Chic 10-16-2012 08:28 PM

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Originally Posted by nicmandel (Post 1727599)
Just realized that both of these products have silicones in them! Missed the -xane. So disappointed!

Cyclopentasiloxane is in the Cyclomethicone family, and while it isn't water soluble, this CurlChemist article says that Cyclomethicones can be removed with cowashing. Something to consider before deciding not to use these Tresemme products, especially if you're currently getting great results with them.


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