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Razac Perfect for Perms Leave in Conditioner

jmejia06jmejia06 Posts: 3Registered Users
Hello 3c people -- have any of you tried Razac Perfect for Perms Leave in Conditioner?

I've been using it for the past 7 years and it's great on my 3c curls. I find it funny that I haven't seen much written about it on here or on the internet.

Don't let the "perfect for perms" phrase, fool you. It's a great liquid leave in conditioner, that is has great "slip" for de-tangling and combing with the wide tooth comb after my shower. Then I apply in sections mousse and let it air dry. I have the best hair days when I use this combo, resulting in shiny and silky curls with bounce and lots of definition. Each curl stands out and it smells good too!

Has anyone else in the 3c community experienced great results with Razac Leave in Conditioner or is it just me?

I like that Razac is family owned company and it is a product this is reasonably priced (depending on your market, anywhere from $4-6 dollars for a 16 oz bottle). In my case, I have found that I don't need to spend a lot or use lots of product to get good results. Thanks for letting me vent.

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  • empressriempressri Posts: 4,812Registered Users
    vent? sounded more like an ad but :thumbright:
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  • nana_banananana_banana Posts: 735Registered Users
    I just Googled it but I can't seem to find the ingredients. What are the ingredients?
    Hair type: Mostly 3C, medium porosity to high porosity depending on the day, dense, fluffy, dry, tangly!



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  • BekkaPooBekkaPoo Posts: 3,861Registered Users
    Never heard of it..
    "The challenge is to be yourself in a world that is trying to make you like everybody else."
    "...rationality is not necessary to sell things.."
    My staples: Mane n Tail (cowash), Garnier Fructis Sleek n Shine (leave in condish), Grapeseed oil or shea butter (sealing), Organic Root Stimulator Elasticitea (leave-in condish & light hold)
  • jmejia06jmejia06 Posts: 3Registered Users
    Hello Ladies,

    Here is a link to Razac:

    Pic of the bottle: /home/leaving?target=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.justbeautysupplies.com%2Frazacleaveinconditioner.aspx" class="Popup

    Company website: /home/leaving?target=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.razacproducts.com%2F" class="Popup

    I am not an ad person, just a person in love with my product and find it strange no other curlies are talking about what I find to be a cheap yet effective product. My sister and I all swear by this product. Then again as I am learning, what works on my hair might not work on others. And vice-versa.

    I am going to take a pic tonight of the bottle for the ingredients. I am not seeing the ingredients listed on any of the google searches I'm doing. Sorry. Stay tuned.

    Thanks for the replies.

    Ciao. JM
  • jmejia06jmejia06 Posts: 3Registered Users
    Deionized water, polyquaternium-11, cyclomethicone, demethicone copolyol, PPG-S Ceteth-10 Phosphate, Polyquaternium-10, Fragrance, Methylparaben.
  • BekkaPooBekkaPoo Posts: 3,861Registered Users
    jmejia06 wrote: »
    Deionized water, polyquaternium-11, cyclomethicone, demethicone copolyol, PPG-S Ceteth-10 Phosphate, Polyquaternium-10, Fragrance, Methylparaben.

    Thanks for posting the ingredients.. now I guess I won't be trying this.
    "The challenge is to be yourself in a world that is trying to make you like everybody else."
    "...rationality is not necessary to sell things.."
    My staples: Mane n Tail (cowash), Garnier Fructis Sleek n Shine (leave in condish), Grapeseed oil or shea butter (sealing), Organic Root Stimulator Elasticitea (leave-in condish & light hold)
  • nana_banananana_banana Posts: 735Registered Users
    Two different types of -cones, no wonder it seems so effective. ;)
    Hair type: Mostly 3C, medium porosity to high porosity depending on the day, dense, fluffy, dry, tangly!



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  • ~Curly~~Curly~ Banned Posts: 772Banned Users
    :laughing1::laughing5:
    "Relaxer free Since 2003"
    3C in constant search for something that works!

    3C/4B(hairs that act 4b even if they technically aren't) no clue what i'm doing..:geek::hello2::afro:
    I will respond as I see fit. It should be about freedom to express our opinions, You're free to say what you like as should others. Get a Thicker Skin if no one can disagree with you without you feeling bullied and running to Admin Hellllllpppppp Meeee Adminnnnn Pleaseeee!!!! Smh
  • TexastheStylistTexastheStylist Posts: 9Registered Users
    never heard of this before.. then again their are a lot of quiet hair miracle products out there. Zero Carbs for instance.. leave-in detangling spray that smells of coconut. Homemade in my old stylists product lab. I used to have it shipped to Texas and California all the way from North Carolina. You would probably love it, being a 3c.

    I am interest in trying your product and will see if I can find at a local beauty supply.
  • TexastheStylistTexastheStylist Posts: 9Registered Users
    Now, I know that big sciency sounding words are intimidating. But, they do not necessarily mean bad, avoid at all costs.

    When I heard Miss BekkaBoo saying so quickly that she wouldn't be trying this product I thought to myself, I wonder if she knows something I don't.

    So, I did my homework. And I am here to provide this information so you all can make an informed decision and not be intimidated by your products. Cause Mother Nature knows.. we've tried a million without so much as glancing at the ingredients if we heard it works. Nowadays, it is easier to know or to find out what to put in those crazy curls and what not to.

    Anyways here we go. I have broken down Razac Perfect for Perms' Ingredients for Everyone:
    1)De-ionized Water(DI)- most common for of purified water

    2)Polyquaterium-11- Common in cosmetics; ex: conditioner/shampoo/mousse/hair spray/contacts; used for its positive charge to neutralize the negative charge produced by proteins to help hair relax/chill; number behind specifies which polyquarterium you are dealing with as there are many

    3)Cyclomethicone/Silicone- Also common in hair care products; heat resistant

    4)Dimethicone Copolyol- Common surfactant; used to add shine and fullness; chosen over others for its faintly pleasant smell

    5)PPG-5(not S) Ceteth-10 Phosphate- So far so good, known as non-toxic; used for high volume

    6)Methylparaben- Preservative; Found in blueberries and other fruits; anti-fungal agent

    *Fragrance Im sure speaks for itself, and the other Polyquaternium is just a slightly different chemical.

    ~My information was taken and personalized from other sites which I have provided on trackback

    Thx for reading, I am excited to do more research on more products.
    Peace & Thanks,
    TexastheStlyist
  • adthomasadthomas Posts: 5,525Registered Users
    Now, I know that big sciency sounding words are intimidating. But, they do not necessarily mean bad, avoid at all costs.

    When I heard Miss BekkaBoo saying so quickly that she wouldn't be trying this product I thought to myself, I wonder if she knows something I don't.

    So, I did my homework. And I am here to provide this information so you all can make an informed decision and not be intimidated by your products. Cause Mother Nature knows.. we've tried a million without so much as glancing at the ingredients if we heard it works. Nowadays, it is easier to know or to find out what to put in those crazy curls and what not to.

    Anyways here we go. I have broken down Razac Perfect for Perms' Ingredients for Everyone:
    1)De-ionized Water(DI)- most common for of purified water

    2)Polyquaterium-11- Common in cosmetics; ex: conditioner/shampoo/mousse/hair spray/contacts; used for its positive charge to neutralize the negative charge produced by proteins to help hair relax/chill; number behind specifies which polyquarterium you are dealing with as there are many

    3)Cyclomethicone/Silicone- Also common in hair care products; heat resistant

    4)Dimethicone Copolyol- Common surfactant; used to add shine and fullness; chosen over others for its faintly pleasant smell

    5)PPG-5(not S) Ceteth-10 Phosphate- So far so good, known as non-toxic; used for high volume

    6)Methylparaben- Preservative; Found in blueberries and other fruits; anti-fungal agent

    *Fragrance Im sure speaks for itself, and the other Polyquaternium is just a slightly different chemical.

    ~My information was taken and personalized from other sites which I have provided on trackback

    Thx for reading, I am excited to do more research on more products.
    Peace & Thanks,
    TexastheStlyist

    Has it occurred to you her Bekka's hair just doesn't like one or more of those ingredients? There are people here whose hair doesn't like aloe, glycerin, castor oil, the list goes on. It is not always complicated or about big scary sciency words.
    Yes, it's real. No, you can't touch it. :wav:
  • bnc11690bnc11690 Posts: 17Registered Users
    I actually used the spray and cream when I use to flat iron my hair all the time back in high school...I find this product line a little too heavy/greasy now that I rarely flat iron my hair
  • LayaliLayali Posts: 561Registered Users
    I actually know someone who uses this religiously. She is a 3b/c. She loves it! Doesn't work for me, but it does smell good.
    naturally 3b/3c

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