Dec 02, 2009 - I think it's a really good deep conditioner, but I prefer to use it as a pre-shampoo treatment because it provides a lot of moisture when you apply it, then sit under a dryer for about 20 min. When I used it, my hair had so much moisture that when I applied the Quenched Curls moisturizer like I normally do after conditioning, it really didn't soak into my hair like it normally does and it was running down my face. For that reason, I use it, then shampoo, then use the Coconut Sublime Conditioner so that it won't act as barrier between my hair and the moisturizer.
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Dec 02, 2009 - It moisturizes really well, and it doesn't leave a film on my hair that interferes with my styling products. Before using this conditioner, I had a hard time finding a rinse off conditioner that didn't seem to create a barrier between my hair and the styling products. Other conditioners prevented gels from really sticking to my hair, so I didn't use conditioner. The gels seemed to just slide off my hair. I don't have that problem with this conditioner.
Dec 02, 2009 - 3c/4a. I absolutely love this product. I first apply the Quenched Curls moisturizer, then finish my hair with a small amount of the Gel-les'c. My hair is shiny and well-defined all day. It provides medium hold with no crunch or hardness unless you use way too much. I use the whole line of CURLS products as suggested and my is in excellent condition. I was a product junkie before using CURLS. I won't waste my money anything else. It's well worth the price because you only need a small amount to get the best results. My hair is short and 1 bottle lasts me about 1 1/2 to 2 months.