Parabens...

BumbleybeeBumbleybee Posts: 13Registered Users
Was wondering if conditioners with parabens and parrafinium liquidium are CG friendly as they seem to crop up in a lot of cone free conditioners.
Also, are methylchloroisothiazolinone and methylisothiazolinone (sp?) bad cones that create buildup or just preservatives?

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  • echokittenechokitten Posts: 1,751Registered Users
    Bumbleybee wrote:
    Was wondering if conditioners with parabens and parrafinium liquidium are CG friendly as they seem to crop up in a lot of cone free conditioners.
    Also, are methylchloroisothiazolinone and methylisothiazolinone (sp?) bad cones that create buildup or just preservatives?


    These are not silicones...these are preservatives. Silicones end in "cone" or "xane". Parafinium liquidium is a liquid wax that can cause buildup and usually needs to be removed with a sulphate poo, therefore making it a non CG ingred.

    This link will help you ...http://www.naturallycurly.com/curlcolumns/articles.php?id=326

    you should print it out and take it with you to the store for a while until you are familiar with the ingred and their purpose.
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  • BumbleybeeBumbleybee Posts: 13Registered Users
    Cheers for the reply! Damn it, thought I'd found the perfect conditioner, will have to keep on searching!

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