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BlaurrBlaurr Posts: 44Registered Users
I've tried many natural hair products but they all seem to contain alcohol, which I hate!!! It makes my hair kinda dry. I also don't like that there's acids in these products, I don't know what the acid does but it seems a little iffy to me. Does anyone know of a product without sulfates, parabens, alcohol, acid and silicones?


  • rmc2rmc2 Posts: 349Registered Users
    Shea moisture brand. Google it. Found at Target, CVS and Walgreens. But I think target prices are bettwr
  • rmc2rmc2 Posts: 349Registered Users
    Also try the Curls Brand at Target
  • curvesncurlscurvesncurls Posts: 154Registered Users
    I think Kinky Curly products probably fit the bill too. Knot Today is a staple for me (does contain citric acid but I don't find it drying) and I love the Curling Custard.

    ETA: This product line is also found at many Target stores or online
    Southern WI curly ~ mostly 2b/c with 2a/b underlayer and a few 3a curls on top
    Low porosity, fine hair but LOTS of it!
    Loves protein. Dislikes butters and heavy oils.
    Working toward natural products and streamlining!!
    Current Loves: JCCC, Desert Essence Coconut Conditioner, AG Recoil, CK Coil Jam
  • KinkyRNKinkyRN Posts: 250Registered Users
    All alcohols aren't drying. Some have lipids which help with shine and moisture.

    Sent from my SGH-T999 using CurlTalk App
  • TheCurlyOneTheCurlyOne Posts: 52Registered Users
    Most natural hair product lines don't contain alcohol. Cetyl alcohol and cetearyl alcohol are not bad alcohols for the hair...you should actually LOOK for theses alcohols in hair care products as they generally lend moisture and conditioning benefits that without them your hair product would not have. They are "good"/

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