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Protein Conditioner Giveaway!–Closing Today!

By January 27th, 20219 Comments

Hola Chicas,

In light of the recent protein article from the wonderful ‘Curl Whisperer’, I thought I’d do a giveaway! The only protein based conditioner I can use is Aubrey’s GPB. It’s a great mild protein treatment, that provides a bit of slip, strength, and au naturale ingredients! It’s a protein conditioner that also manages to moisturize my situation 🙂

Protein Conditioner Giveaway!--Closing Today!
Product Description: Feed your hair a healthy, balanced diet with our #1-selling conditioner. Nutrient-rich, protein-based GPB rehydrates and reenergizes your hair, strengthens hair fiber and repairs damage from salon treatments to restore softness, manageability and shine. Our most popular product ever.

1 FEATURES:

1 BENEFITS:

Glycoprotein & Lactalbumin (milk protein) Smooth hair fiber; strengthen & mend damaged areas
Organic Aloe Replenishes moisture
Amino Acid Complex & Horsetail Extract Balance & fortify hair & scalp

Ingredients: Coconut Fatty Acid Cream Base, Organic Aloe Vera, Wheat Germ Oil, Lactalbumin, Organic Rosemary Oil, Organic Sage Oil, Horsetail Extract, Coltsfoot Extract, Nettle Extract, Amino Acid Complex (Cysteine, Methionine), Glycoprotein (from oyster shells), Balsam Oil, Aubrey’s Preservative (Citrus Seed Extract, Vitamins A, C and E).

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Enter the contest by submitting a CurlyNikki Spotlight to nikki@curlynikki.com. We all have a story to tell! Submit yours and you never know who’ll you inspire or encourage 😀

Everyone that participates between now and September 30, 2009 will go into a drawing to win the bottle of Aubrey GPB! Good luck chicas 😀

*No purchase necessary. In accepting the prize, the winner acknowledges that CurlyNikki.com may not be held liable for any loss, damages or injury associated with accepting or using this prize(s). This contest is subject to all federal, provincial and municipal laws. Contest open to Continental U.S. and Canadian residents only. One entry per person. Claiming of prizes requires an email response to CurlyNikki from the winning sender email address within 15 days of being notified of winning. Failure to respond shall mean that the winner forfeits the prize.

9 Comments

  • the girl with the exotic face says:

    i use cantu shea butter leave in conditioner it's terrific softens my hair and makes it more manageable

  • Sdot says:

    This is the condish I use for my protein treatments. I use it once a month. Loves it. Other protein treatments make my hair feel a little hard. Not this.

  • Skeeta says:

    Hey Nikki,

    I want to add a little protein to my regimen, but I'm just going to buy this conditioner because I can't handle too much protein (I had a bad experience with an aphogee treatment in HS that broke all of my hair out)

    how often would you suggest I use the AO GPB if I can't really tell based on how my hair is acting. Once a month? I don't really have shedding, I just want to do a quick cowash with it since I don't really use protein in anything else.

  • Anonymous says:

    I like the GPB conditioner but I now use the swimmer's conditioner. It is the vegan version of the GPB.

  • Tiffany says:

    Just love your hair. I'm just starting out (June 08) and have tree braids in right now. Will do my first henna in about a week or two. I would love it if you could do your top 5 protein conditioners and your top 5 moisturizing conditioners. Thanx;-)

  • Zenbaby says:

    This is my favorite protein conditioner. I have two bottles sitting under my sink as I speak/type. My hair feels stronger, soft, and hydrated after each application. It is definitely a staple of mines. I just wish it came in a jar/tub instead of a bottle due to its thick consistency.

  • Anonymous says:

    I love this conditioner!

  • Maxine 07 says:

    Could you do an article on Ayurvedic oils? I know doing Henna treatments and using Amla, Jasmine, Lavender, and Neem oils together is supposed to make the hair thicker and promote growth. I'm new at using Henna and I wanted to try Amla oil but I'm not sure where to buy it. I bought my Henna from a health store and it's "Rainbow Henna" Colorless conditioner.

  • Anonymous says:

    Wowzers, you done and got all technical on us, lol.

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