Deep treatments

a curly qa curly q Posts: 248Registered Users
Hi guys,
just wondering what kind of luck you have had with finding CG DTs. I've toyed with the thoughts of home-made things but I wanted to try something packaged first.
TIA ;-)
2b, medium, lots of them
CG: 21 Apr 08, Mod CG: 24 Aug 08
My blog: Can't Stop Thinking About Hair

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  • a curly qa curly q Posts: 248Registered Users
    bump!:blob7:
    2b, medium, lots of them
    CG: 21 Apr 08, Mod CG: 24 Aug 08
    My blog: Can't Stop Thinking About Hair
  • StarmieStarmie Posts: 7,169Registered Users Curl Virtuoso
    The only one I've found here is a Matthew James one. Can't think what it's called now (maybe deep moisture)but I got it in Price Attack. It comes in a tube and smells caramel-ly, I loved it. I haven't used a DT in ages, think my poor hair's well overdue.
    3b in South Australia.
  • a curly qa curly q Posts: 248Registered Users
    Sweet, thanks starmie.
    2b, medium, lots of them
    CG: 21 Apr 08, Mod CG: 24 Aug 08
    My blog: Can't Stop Thinking About Hair
  • FeralcurlsFeralcurls Posts: 408Registered Users
    I've just been using Coconut oil. Works really well.

    Have also been using Karparti Intensive treatment (from Health food shops). Not sure how it would go as a DT as I have been using it as a everyday conditioner.
  • curlywurlygurlycurlywurlygurly Posts: 1,180Registered Users
    maybe you could try joico, k-pak deep treatment (forget the name) not sure if it's cg (i look at my old bottle it seemed ok?) here I hear alot of US curlies talk about the generic one.. maybe worth a try?
    2 something Australian :toothy4:

    http://public.fotki.com/curlywurlygurly/
    pw:aussie

    Aiming to grow hair to waist from buzz cut - slowly but surely.

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