How can something be marked "Anti-humectant" on NC.com but contain vegetable glycerin?
There are a few SheaMoisture products listed as "Anti-humectant", but contain vegetable glycerine. Is it because it's lower on the list? I'm just confused...
BY: CurlyJulie81 ( 3b ) | 11.27.13
What about mixed chicks? I have read that has lots of glycerin. Can one use it still in the winter, spring, and summer months?
BY: Flash ( 3b ) | 1 year ago
That has to be an error. Glycerin is a humectant. If it's low on the list, it might not do much, but it certainly isn't an anti humectant. Good catch though, some people might buy it and have crazy frizz problems!
BY: JessiiLeighh ( 3a ) | 11.28.13
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