Where to get free sample of Sabino Moistureblock?

JessinessJessiness Posts: 64Registered Users
I was wondering if anyone knows where to get a free sample of this stuff. I know it's nothing but cones and I'm CG, but I really want to see if it does what the website says it will do. I just can't figure out where to get a free sample, and I've heard that you can get one. Anyone know?
2C/3A, fine, normal-high porosity, medium texture

Low Poo
- Cristophe Beverly Hills Purely Natural Daily Shampoo
Co-Wash- Suave Naturals Coconut (sometimes used as a leave-in)
Condish- LVPNG
Leave-ins- KCKT, Suave Naturals Coconut, Garnier Sleek & Shine
Gels- Aldi Shique Gel, LA Looks Sport,
Enhancer- KCCC


  • deahnataydeahnatay Posts: 82Registered Users
    i contacted the site about two weeks ago regarding samples and they said they are no longer doing that. it was a temporary promotional thing.
  • PrettyPorcupinePrettyPorcupine Posts: 258Registered Users
    It's nothing but the exact same ingredients found in every single silicone serum in your local drugstore or beauty supply store. Read the ingredients. They are exactly the same as John Frieda's Frizz-Ease or IC Polishing Serum or any one of a hundred different serums. In fact, those might actually be better because some of them contain extra conditioning ingredients or sunscreen that this does not.

    Go into CVS and check the silicone serums -- not the sprays and not the ones that have any alcohol or water -- they are the exact same thing.
    Modified CG. You'll pry my 'cones from my cold dead fingers! Mixed waves, coarse, below shoulder length, dark brown. I hate my hair :evil: but I'm trying to learn to accept it.

    Gels: LA Looks Wet Look Styling Gel, Garnier Fructis Wet Shine Gel. Condish: Alberto V05 Free Me Fresia, Tresemme' Flawless Curls, LVPNG, Neutrogena Triple Moisture. Shampoo: Tresemme' Flawless Curls. Silicone Serum: Whatever is on sale, but I don't leave home without it.
  • chilidog08876chilidog08876 Posts: 7Registered Users
    while they are similar, they are NOT the same. Also, "Alcohol" refers to the "family" of chemical compounds. Cetyl, Cetearyl (Cetyl and Stearyl mixture), and Stearyl Alcohols are fine for hair. They are derived from coconut oil and are used as emolients, thickeners and emulsion stabilizers. Alcohols that dry will be S(pecially) D(enatured) A(lcohol)'s. Those you will find in hair sprays and some laminators, like Biosilk.
  • tiramisu62tiramisu62 Posts: 46Registered Users
    Sabino Moisture Block is a lot better than Frizz Ease or IC Polisher imo. It doesn't contain any extra ingredients that can evaporate or drawn moisture in. I love it for straightening and am curious about how it would work for curly styling.