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Burt's Bees Poo/Conditioner? Looking for safe drugstore low poo & conditioner?

Anyone use Burt's Bees Shampoo/Conditioner?

I'm sort of curious about it- looking for a good shampoo/conditioner that I can get right at Wal-mart that's safe for my 3A curls. I really want the Deva line, but it's just too expensive >.<
3A~fine texture
Cleanser: GiovanniTTTT, Deva Low Poo
Condish: Deva One C, GiovanniTTTT, GVP Balm
Styler: Deva ArcANGELL, HESMU, AG Mousse Gel
Want to try: CJ Gellie, Hand Dry Hair Glove, BRHG
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  • winnie no poowinnie no poo Posts: 33Registered Users
    I use Burt's Bees super shiny low poo & conditioner. I use the low poo once every two or three weeks and I can use the conditioner almost daily. These were the first CG friendly products I tried when I made the switch. At first I thought the conditioner wasn't thick enough, but I think it just took my hair a little time to get used to it. I think it's a great everyday conditioner and they make a nice shea butter deep treatment too. You may need something thicker or more moisturizing though every once in a while if your hair is on the dry side like mine. A big plus is that it smells awesome!

    When I switched to CG by live-in boyfriend kind of switched too and has been using my Burt's Bees hair products with me for a few months now. His hair is so much shinier and his scalp looks a lot healthier. Plus, the smell basically makes me want to eat his hair...or just snuggle up to him.
    3a/3b
    Burt's Bees Super Shiny low poo & condish
    LVPNG, AOHR
    Fave products: KCCC, KCKT, CK, Re:Coil, Joico, Aloe, BRHG
  • kellygreen49kellygreen49 Posts: 625Registered Users
    I use Burt's Bees super shiny low poo & conditioner. I use the low poo once every two or three weeks and I can use the conditioner almost daily. These were the first CG friendly products I tried when I made the switch. At first I thought the conditioner wasn't thick enough, but I think it just took my hair a little time to get used to it. I think it's a great everyday conditioner and they make a nice shea butter deep treatment too. You may need something thicker or more moisturizing though every once in a while if your hair is on the dry side like mine. A big plus is that it smells awesome!

    When I switched to CG by live-in boyfriend kind of switched too and has been using my Burt's Bees hair products with me for a few months now. His hair is so much shinier and his scalp looks a lot healthier. Plus, the smell basically makes me want to eat his hair...or just snuggle up to him.


    Awwwwwwwwww! That's so cute.

    Yeah, my hair is SUPER dry. But I might pick up some samples of it just to try.

    Anyone else have some suggestions?
    Maybe good/light ethnic hair care products that I can get from Sally's/Wal-mart/Walgreens?
    3A~fine texture
    Cleanser: GiovanniTTTT, Deva Low Poo
    Condish: Deva One C, GiovanniTTTT, GVP Balm
    Styler: Deva ArcANGELL, HESMU, AG Mousse Gel
    Want to try: CJ Gellie, Hand Dry Hair Glove, BRHG
    I <3 second day hair :iconbiggrin:
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  • likethegumlikethegum Posts: 494Registered Users
    I use Burt's Bees More Moisture conditioner as my co-wash. It works great, and smells wonderful :)
    3b/3a - CG since 04-30-2009
    fine texture, med porosity
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

    Co-wash:
    GTTT, Live Clean, EO Sweet Orange
    Condish: Calia, AO Rosa Mosqueta/White Camellia/Honeysuckle Rose/Island Naturals/GPB, ABBA Pure Gentle, Desert Essence Shea Butter
    DT: Usually just use one of my richer conditioners, sometimes add oils or honey
    Gels: Homemade FSG!!!, Druide, BRHG, Alba Soft Hold Style Cream,
    AOMM

    experimenting with: honey, agave, oils, butters, ACV, Curls Milkshake, more conditioners





  • KranberyKranbery Posts: 177Registered Users
    I've been using the more moisture burt's bees set. The conditioner doesn't do anything for me, but the shampoo is great. It is really light though, so if I need a stronger shampoo I use Suave's daily clarifying shampoo, which my hair seems to love for some reason.
    Grow hair grow. People think you look funny at this length. :sad8:

    Products:
    Jason Tea Tree Shampoo
    Jason Tea Tree conditioner
    Cantu Shea Butter, Avocado/Rosemary oil
    Egg Protein Treatments
    Burt's Bees Shea and Grapefruit Conditioner
    Hair, Skin and Nail Vitamins
    Oyin Greg Juice
  • wavy wonderwavy wonder Posts: 3,061Registered Users
    I use the BB super shiny condish. I'm not sure how much it is doing for my hair? it does make it super shiny though... hence the name:) I may try the shea butter by BB to see if i can get some more moisture in my hair.
  • OperaCurlsOperaCurls Posts: 1,101Registered Users
    The Very Volumizing Pomegranate & Soy condish works great as a leave-in under [buylink=http://www.curlmart.com/Kinky-Curly-Curling-Custard-p-778.html?utm_source=naturallycurly.com&utm_medium=text-link&utm_content=curltalk-post-text&utm_campaign=kinkycurly-curling-custard]KCCC[/buylink] - shiny clumpy curls all day that smell great! I had originally bought it as a rinse-out, but it didn't give me enough slip for detangling.

    I think I'll have to try that Super Shiny next :toothy2:
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    Pacific Northwest girl, color-treated fine 3B, med-low porosity

    Products: Suave Coconut condish, Giovanni Direct Leave-In, FSG or KCCC, AfroVeda Shea-Amla Cream
    I LOVE HENNA!
  • LoloDSMLoloDSM Posts: 3,778Registered Users
    I didn't think the Burt's Bees conditioner was moisturizing enough for my hair. If you're looking for things you can get at Wal-Mart, look for the Loreal one; LVPG - you'll have to look up the abbreviation. I don't use it so I don't know which one it is. :) Also, look for the Giovanni products.

    There are quite a few things you can find at Sally's including the GVP conditioner (Biolage knockoff) and some Lustrasilk conditioners.

    CG doesn't have to be expensive!
    Loose botticelli curls and waves
    No silicones/no sulfates since March 2008
  • lazy loopslazy loops Posts: 8,792Registered Users
    I've found the BB's shampoos to be tangling & stripping, and the conditioners to be not so moisturizing, but more like gentle cleansing.
  • WurlyLoxWurlyLox Posts: 4,858Registered Users
    My hair felt very stripped after using the Super Shiny Grapefruit and Sugarbeet Shampoo, and that conditioner didn't do much for me either - I definitely required a good leave-in with it, and I don't necessarily normally. Nor do I care for their shea and grapefruit DT - it certainly doesn't seem rich enough for a DT, and I am not one who can take very heavy conditioners.

    I much prefer Giovanni, Aubrey Organics, GVP conditioning balm from Sally's, even Naked Naturals - I liked their citrus and keratin poo and condish a lot better than the Burt's Bees. I've recently been trying the L'Oreal Vive Pro Nutri Gloss for med/long hair that's wavy/curly in the pink bottle (the one Lolo referred to above - that one specifically as they aren't all CG), and I think I like it for occasional rinse-out use and/or co-washing.

    There are some Garnier conditioners that are OK, but you'll have to read labels to see which. The new Esencia line from Samy is supposed to be OK. Some of the new sulfate-free poos from the regular lines are probably OK, but the corresponding conditioners may have cones.

    My faves are still Giovanni Tea Tree Triple Treat 'poo and condish for low-poo and co-wash and GVP or Bio-Infusion or Aldi's knock-off of Biolage Conditioning Balm for my rinse-out.
    2C/3A/3B - modified CG - fairly fine now, normal/low porosity/normal elasticity

    Current Main Rotation: MG217 medicated or Aim2Health 'poos for scalp, Elucence cond., Spiral Solutions Protein & Deeply Decadent Cond., CJCCCC reg or lite,CJ Pattern Pusha,, Giovanni LA Hold Hair Spritz + lots more, sporadically

    HG Method: Super Soaker + Smasters-ing, brief upside down diffusing w/360o diffuser then clips/clamps & air dry. Newly gray - stopped my henna glosses!

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  • curlygirl18curlygirl18 Posts: 355Registered Users
    auntnett wrote: »
    My hair felt very stripped after using the Super Shiny Grapefruit and Sugarbeet Shampoo, and that conditioner didn't do much for me either - I definitely required a good leave-in with it, and I don't necessarily normally.

    I agree. I don't know if I felt stripped afterwards, but it did nothing for me. Not slippery or clean feeling. And it is not thick at all. I needed to use tons. I much prefer, as AuntNett said, the GVP or LVPNG, as well as GTTTT, and Suave for co-wash. I also have been using Giovanni Direct Leave In as of late too, and like that! :)
    Condish Faves: GVP Condish Balm, GDLI, GTTTT
    HG Stylers as of NOW: DMCCB, CJ CCCC, Boots, Re:Coil, SMU, BRHG
    ABSOLUTE FAVES: KCP, CJ AF
  • StarmieStarmie Posts: 6,681Registered Users Curl Connoisseur
    I tried the more moisture condish too and found it didn't live up to it's name at all, at least not on my hair.
    3b in South Australia.
  • kellygreen49kellygreen49 Posts: 625Registered Users
    Thanks so much for your replies everyone! I think there's better out there for me as I have pretty dry dry hair. As much as I love the Burt's Bees line, I'll have to pass on this one.
    3A~fine texture
    Cleanser: GiovanniTTTT, Deva Low Poo
    Condish: Deva One C, GiovanniTTTT, GVP Balm
    Styler: Deva ArcANGELL, HESMU, AG Mousse Gel
    Want to try: CJ Gellie, Hand Dry Hair Glove, BRHG
    I <3 second day hair :iconbiggrin:
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