Winter Deep Conditioner

curlyclo89curlyclo89 Posts: 173Registered Users
Hey Everyone,

I'm sure there is a topic about this, but you all know how it goes.

I am having a really hard time finding a good store-bought deep conditioner. Now that it's winter (8 degrees today :eek:) I want to deep condition a couple times a week. I need some suggestions for a great deep conditioner I can BUY (homemade/food product dt's aren't my thing). No 'cones please!

Thanks!
:sunny: 3c/4a; medium porosity; high elasticity; M; iii


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  • GretchenGretchen Administrator Posts: 10,831Administrators, Moderators Administrator
    8 degrees! Ay! It was almost 80 here yesterday!

    Here's an article we did about taking care of your winter hair. And here's an article about winter hair care product recommendations.

    Gretchen
    NaturallyCurly.com co-founder
    3A

    You are beautiful!
  • ajnaajna Posts: 494Registered Users
    The only one I have purchased that I like is the SheaMoisture Deep Treatment Masque. It is a bit heavy and I think it works best for me when I sit under the dryer. I got mine from target for about $10 and you get 12 ounces. So I think it is a good deal. It is not a wow product but it is decent.
    HTH
    Hair Type: 3c/4a/4b, fine, normal porosity

    http://public.fotki.com/Ajnamhuja/
  • kinkycurlyDTkinkycurlyDT Posts: 380Registered Users
    I have used shea moisture DC treatment or I love Organic root stimulator deep conditioning replenishing packs! Now i dont use products with "CONES":? in them often, as a matter of fact the deep conditioner is the only thing that has a cone. But it works wonders on my coarse 4a/4b hair. leaves it soft an moisturized and i use this once a week! check it out:hello2:
  • tmj4477tmj4477 Posts: 7Registered Users
    You could buy some oil (coconut, olive, avocado, grapeseed, or macademia nut) at the grocery store and use it as a hot oil treatment.
    3c (primarily) & 4a – 16 years natural!
    Shampoo: Oylin Handmade - head-to-toe honey wash
    Conditioner: Curls-Coconut Sublime Moisturizing Conditioner
    Deep Conditioners: Aubrey Organics (AO) Blue Green Algae Hair Mask, Darcy's Botanicals (DB) Deep Conditioning Mask, DB-Organic Coconut & Hibiscus Conditioning Oil
    Styling aids: AO-Mandarin Magic Ginkgo Leaf & Ginseng Root Hair Moisturizing Jelly
    DB-Herbal Leave-In Conditioning Spritz
    Twists styling aids: DB-Madagascar Vanilla Styling Crème
  • jam6352jam6352 Posts: 99Registered Users
    For protein I love GVP Strengthening Treatment (cone but CW'ng gets it out) or ORS Hair Mayonnaise (has a sulfate and cone in it). I'm mod-CG and I really wanted to not use the ORS because of some of the ingredients but my hair loves it too much. Surprisingly it effected my hair positively not negatively :). For moisture you can't beat Lustrasilk's Shea Butter/Mango Cholesterol for ~$2 a pop (20 oz.) Love the stuff! Works great as a leave in and for extra oomph add honey, olive oil, and coconut oil for a great DT. HTH!

    P.S all of this stuff can be found at your Sally's!
    Low-Poo: Hairveda's Shampoo Bar
    Co- Wash: Suave Professionals
    Rinse-out Conditioners: HE LTR , GF Triple Nutrition, Lustrasilk Shea/Mango Cholesterol
    Deep Conditioner: Lustrasilk S/M Cholesterol + honey, EVOO, coconut oil

    Moisturizers:
    Hairveda's 3-n-1 Creme & Blended Beauty's Curl Styling Lotion


  • CaramelBlondieCaramelBlondie Posts: 6Registered Users
    Thanks for the links! I'm off 2 read them right now ;-)
    Gretchen wrote: »
    8 degrees! Ay! It was almost 80 here yesterday!

    Here's an article we did about taking care of your winter hair. And here's an article about winter hair care product recommendations.
    Okay, so I'm not blonde anymore - but I am still Caramel!:study:

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