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!
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...
What about mixed chicks? I have read that has lots of glycerin. Can one use it still in the winter, spring, and summer months?