go deep! what's the deepest conditioning treatment out there?

i have 3c hair that is now extremely dry and sticky from heat styling. i can't find a proper deep conditioning treatment to put in my moisture-seeking curls hidden under all that frizz.
all i have are oils which simply help the roots and then make everything else greasy, sticky flyaways.

so far the only treatments i've used are Aussie 3 minute miracle and I just bought Burts Bees 2 minute conditioner.

What are the best one's out there? I need deeeep moisture please. These curls are stubborn and refuse to cooperate. I can't even call them curls anymore

thankyou thank you
Hair Type:3C
Shampoo: Organix Coconut
Conditioner:Organix Coconut Milk
Leave-In: Giovanni
Use Olive Oil, weekly ACV rinses
Trying: Almond Oil

looking for a daily styling conditioner that can moisturize my incredibly thirsty curls!! if you can help, i'd appreciate it
Grr I hated that Burts Bees 2 min DC, I am currently using Dark n Lovely Deep Treatment for dry hair, it smells super delicious and seems to be working good.
I use KBB Luscious Locks Hair Mask for a deeep treatment and it is SUPER moisturizing. When I rinse it out, my hair feels like silk.
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i mix raw shea butter in aussie 3minute miracle and a bit of hello hydration (just besause)...

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I use very moisturizing conditioners every time I wash (and a lot of it) and keep them on for the length of my shower. I really only deep treat with kitchen mixes and only about once a month because I'm lazy about heat caps. Also mixing a few pumps of KBB hair milk into the conditioner on your head is a detangling marvel. For some natural mixes see my Fotki (mixtress files)

Super-moisturizing conditioners (they also contain proteins that are safe for me):

John Masters Organics Citrus & Neroli
Mop Top Daily Conditioner
Jessicurl Too Shea
Robert Craig Conditioner
Curl Junkie Curl Assurance Rehab
Curl Junkie Hibiscus & Banana Deep Treatment
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The Yes to Carrots is great as is, but for added moisture I add honey and glycerin to it.
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I have been using Terax Crema as my DT. It's quick and effective. I need to use it more regularly for continued improvement/maintenance but even using it sporadically I am always pleasantly surprised at how moisturizing it is for my hair. My only complaint about it is that it goes on smelling OK but smells like "wet dog" when I rinse it out. Doesn't make my hair smell that way, oddly enough.

I also like Jessicurl WDT, but I have to leave it in longer to get the quick moisture blast that Crema gives me.

I am definitely going to check out KBB Hair Mask if I place an order (can't warm up to the large shipping charge yet).
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What are the best one's out there?
Originally Posted by uniqueness
The one that works the best for you is "the best one".

For me, I'm using a variety of deep conditioners (when I actually take the time to do a DC). I will use either some Suave mixed with olive oil or melted shea butter. Or I do olive oil/mayo in conditioner. Soon I'm planning on deep conditioning with full fat yogurt because my hair is fine and needs protein now and again.

And like SBB, I do shower conditioning more often than deep conditioning.. just slather on some of your favorite and do your shower business while your hair is conditioning.
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My staples: Mane n Tail (cowash), Garnier Fructis Sleek n Shine (leave in condish), Grapeseed oil or shea butter (sealing), Organic Root Stimulator Elasticitea (leave-in condish & light hold)
Not sure if it is the deepest, but when I need moisture asap I mix: 1 jar of banana baby food, 3 tbs of olive oil and 3 tbs of castor oil and add a few drops of rosemary and peppermint oil into the mix...I love a tingly scalp.

Apply and cover with a grocery bag( conditioning bags tear up my edges) and go under the dryer for 15 min and without heat for another 15 min. Rinse and do a co-wash with any conditioner (tresemme or suave humectant). I do the cowash after the treatment for slip.
WL 6/26/09 and my hair type is 3b-4a...I will compromise with 3c

I'm a big Yes to Carrots fan, but lately I've been seeing recipes for more natural - DIY dt that I might try.
Currently:Alaffia Shea & Coconut Enriching Shampoo, Alaffia Virgin Coconut & Shea Enriching Hair Lotion, Qhemet Amla Olive Heavy Cream, Qhemet Honeybush Tea Gel.

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I like the KBB mask but at $25 a pop and only 8 oz, its not economical for me because 1DT takes up pretty much the entire jar.

Do you ladies know of anything similar that is either sold in larger sizes or is a bit easier on the wallet?
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here is a suggestion. I have extremely not dry but parched and drought like hair and scalp. What I have done that has helped alot, is I mix deep conditioners. Especially if you have mixed curl patterns which almost everyone does, but I might use AOHSR in the front with a bit of Garlic DT and then PR&N with Elasta DQ in the back and it has been keeping the moisture some way some how. I used but I'm going back to the baggy method which just keeps your hair moisturized. So when I'm in the house I definitely have a shower cap on.
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