Spray Gels- off market?

This is my fav gel EVER it works so well for me but its off the shelves and its depressing. Anyone no what is almost perfect to this???

I loved it a couple years ago then they changed the formula
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Did you try the garnier spray gel?
Have you tried the new Loreal Studio Line Tighly Wound Curl spray gel? (whew , that was a mouthful.) It's becoming quite popular, and I've seen it compared to this discontinued gel.
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I love Tightly Wound but I do find that the formula is a bit thick to actually use as a spray so I just use it like a regular gel. I don't know what the consistency of the gel you mentioned was though so I can't really compare.
You might want to keep an eye out for it at Big Lots. Often times you'll be able to find discontinued products there. Also, check all the drugstores around. I find that around here Eckard tends to be a bit behind on getting rid of discontinued/updated products and a lot of the grocery stores tend to have older products as well. Maybe you'll get lucky somewhere and can stock up.
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Oh, you might wanna check eBay too. I did a google search for your gel and these two links popped up:



I'm sure there are more if you do a search on Ebay.

Here's another page with links to a few more auctions:

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