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Looking for no/low scent anti-frizz product

arrkayarrkay Posts: 2Registered Users
Hi ladies!

I have 3b hair and sensitivity to scents. I've been using Moroccanoil on wet hair to keep curls together and fight frizz, and it works ok. I use it because I can tolerate the scent.

In general I do ok with herbal scents, but I cannot do lavender or rose (florals are terrible for me in general). Fruit scents are ok as long as they are not overpowering. Can't do anything with perfume.

Any recommendations for alternative after-wash products? Moroccanoil is just so expensive (and only so-so on frizz control, though it does make my hair super soft).

Thanks!

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  • MaggieTMaggieT Posts: 175Registered Users Curl Novice
    I am crazy about Jessicurl Oil Blend for Softer Hair. I love the Island Fantasy scent (light and coconutty), but it also comes in an unscented. For my hair, it's the best frizz fighter I've tried. I rub one drop into the length at nighttime, another in the morning on second day hair, and can also use it to smooth down midday frizzies. Hope this helps!
    arrkay wrote: »
    Hi ladies!

    I have 3b hair and sensitivity to scents. I've been using Moroccanoil on wet hair to keep curls together and fight frizz, and it works ok. I use it because I can tolerate the scent.

    In general I do ok with herbal scents, but I cannot do lavender or rose (florals are terrible for me in general). Fruit scents are ok as long as they are not overpowering. Can't do anything with perfume.

    Any recommendations for alternative after-wash products? Moroccanoil is just so expensive (and only so-so on frizz control, though it does make my hair super soft).

    Thanks!
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    3b, fine, medium density, normal porosity
    Wash: Deva No Poo, sometime Phytojoba, Avalon lemon when needs clarifying
    Rinse-out: Deva One Condition, CJ Beauticurls Strengthening, Phytojoba (kinda heavy for my hair but good noisture)
    DT: CJ CCCCL, or KCKT
    Leave-in: Phytokeratine, CCCCL
    Styling: Deva Coconut Supercream or their Wave Maker with a little CS over the top
  • arrkayarrkay Posts: 2Registered Users
    Thanks, I'll try that!
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