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Darby 07-21-2007 10:14 AM

Giovanni leave in?
Anyone try this and like it?

meriellyn 07-21-2007 01:50 PM

The spray or the Direct Leave-in? I haven't tried the spray but the Direct Leave-In is a pretty nice leave-in. :) Probably my favorite leave-in that' actually intended to be such (I use a regular conditioner currently).

Darby 07-21-2007 02:01 PM

I didn't know there was two. hmmm... I'm looking for a leave in for dry ends. I have fine, thin hair, easily weighted down. Which one do you think?
I'm protein sensitive so can't use any wheat proteins etc...

meriellyn 07-21-2007 02:39 PM

There's soy protein but no wheat in these (at least I don't think there's any in the spray). I hear the spray is good for fine hair and has a tad of hold to it. I'm intersted in trying it but just haven't gotten that far down my wishlist yet. ;)
I have fine hair too and the Direct Leave-In wasn't too heavy for me and worked well on my dry ends. You can concentrate it on the ends then just rake the expess through to keep from weighing down your roots.

lazy loops 07-21-2007 03:12 PM


The one that's raved about is the Direct Leave-In Conditioner. The health food store I shop at doesn't carry such. They had/have the Vitapro Fusion Spray In Hair Treatment instead & I got that thinking it was the other. That was a mistake & a waste of money.

Here's what I got from their website

Stay-in hair conditioner. Detangler. Imparts to hair shine, body, and combability. Excellent for swimmers. Possibly the best detangler ever! Never greasy, gummy, sticky or tacky. Does not weigh down hair.

Stay-in vitamin treatment for lifeless or processed hair which fills the hair shaft and imparts a high-sheen while preventing split ends.

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