May 28, 2011 - I like it. I like it a lot. At first it felt too sticky in my hands to be like "shampoo" but then the lather it created was out of this WORLD, which is funny because it's sulfate free. Nothing else has gotten my scalp feeling less dry while not stripping at the same time. AND it seemed like it removed build up that may have been left over from cones!! (I may be pushing that last one). Regardless, it's amazing for more than 3c hair; I recommend ANYONE with a dry, itchy scalp and dry hair tries it.
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Feb 22, 2011 - Sweet baby Jesus, the cones...THE CONES!!! Okay, I know not everyone is worried about the CG method and all, and I'm totally cool with that. However, this stuff just doesn't do enough given the price tag and other pore clogging ingredients. I'm just glad a friend had it so I could try her's, because if I bought this for myself I would've been pissed. In the winter I don't bother trying to "define" my curls and I just let it fro or do whatever it wants, but this stuff made my hair a gunky, frizzy hot mess. I wouldn't use it again if Miss Jessie's PAID me. -_- Run, 4a's! RUN!!!
Feb 02, 2011 - Too much dang money to contain silicones in it. I'm not one of those CG girls or whatever and don't mind silicones in my styling products, but I'm also aware that they can give you the illusion that your hair's being repaired when really it's just filling in areas that need to be repaired. Anyway, it's DEFINITELY an ingredient that I don't want to be in something I'm using to build hair health. Cones are cheap. If I wanted to pay for a deep conditioner with cheap ingredients I'd go to Target (sorry if my typing sounds so harsh). Of course if you don't care about that sort of thing then give it a try. It may work for you. But for those who care...just go with Aubrey Organics. You can do better. Trust me. :)