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medusahair 02-11-2007 10:14 AM

White rain naturals conditioners
Does anyone use these? They're CG and I'm using them for co washes although in the summer they might do ok as a rinse out in humid times.
They don't have very many smells to choose from but their thicker than say the Suave naturals or the V05 clarifyers. That makes them good for a winter co wash for my hair.

hockeymomof3 03-09-2007 02:38 PM

I just picked up the coconut one and the extra body white rain conditioners at drug mart...

medusahair 03-09-2007 03:48 PM

I haven't seen those. My CVS had three naturals and that's all I saw. Were they all CG? You'll have to let me know if they're thick and how they work.
Those ones I use are thicker than the rest of the cheapies I use for co washing

hockeymomof3 03-09-2007 04:06 PM

They are both CG and are both a little thicker than Suave's naturals. Here's a link to the White Rain Extra Body one:

I used the coconut one this afternoon -- so far so good...I didn't really enjoy the scent too much, but it was nice and thick but easy to work through the hair for a good co-wash.

hockeymomof3 03-09-2007 04:11 PM

The coconut one is in the naturals line, the extra body one is in the classics line but is still CG...AND, to me, the extra body one smells just like Ouidad's Quench conditioner...I know the ingredients aren't too similar BUT...

echokitten 03-09-2007 04:53 PM

I just used the Energizing Citrus the other day. It smelled good was thicker than I expected but was not weighty. I even used a little as a leave in and did fine. I also buy the Extra Body one for my DH but have used it as well and had good results. I really like the Citrus one and would use that as a sub if I couldn't find my Suave Coconut. Also really easy on the wallet too at a buck a bottle.

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