May 25, 2012
heres the link, its only $10 here at sears
May 23, 2012
I use the Garnier Nutrisse leave-in conditioner when I don't have the time to do a coconut oil treatment. It works wonders for me :]
@ Trish - What's the name of the website to order it on. It sounds interesting and I want that scent in my hair! lol
May 22, 2012
i use the product called milkshake leave in conditioner, i absolutely love it! my hairs dry and it keeps it looking moist and feeling soft. Im in love with how it smells, the smell is like a tropical coconut, great product. you can order it online.
May 21, 2012
I just bought Macadamia Natural Oil's Leave-in Conditioner. (Buy one get one free!!!!!!) I haven't tried it out, but if it's anything as good as the actual Conditioning Masque they have... it's amazing.
May 20, 2012
Thank you @ Ms. Lise, but I already have pure coconut oil in a glass bottle...I swear by it on my hair whether it is straight or curly (: My mother sent me two bottles so I am set for quite a while
honestly the best thing i've used as a leave in product is unrefined coconut oil. for dry/brittle/damaged hair it literally is a godsend. i'll dampen my hair a little bit (opens up the cuticle so the oil can absorb more easily into the hair strand) then put the coconut oil on mid-lengths through the ends -- you wanna keep it away from the scalp because it can get a bit oily. comb it through then wrap your hair up in a towel and let it sit for 30-45 min. depending on how long your hair is you might want to shampoo it a couple of times.
i do this about once a week and my hair has been transformed! something about the natural oils that are very close to the oils our own scalp create really conditions and repairs from the inside out. you can get a pretty decent size jar for about $12-15 at whole foods or a local co-op.
Its the bigger jar
Monica - Thank you! Is the leave in with the orange top by Cantu?
Laura J- Thank you!
Shea butter leave in conditioner you can get it at target its a white cream with a orange top..it smells like summer☺very great smell
Well Gliss has some good smelling leave-in conditioners, for example "Gliss hair repair with shea & cashmere". I'm using it currently and I think that it smells very good :)
Right now I am using Africa's Best Olive Oil Leave In Conditioner and it's in a cream form. It works well from what I can tell, but I loathe the smell. The smell is not good at all. I want to know of a good leave in conditioner that is creamy and under $10 (if there is a mango scented one that anyone knows of, that is a definite plus!). I'm on a college student budget. Any and all suggestions are much appreciated!
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