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‘CurlyNikki Approved’ Natural Hair Products (2013)

By January 27th, 202195 Comments
'CurlyNikki Approved' Natural Hair Products (2013)
Hola Chicas,

Y’all know I’m a PJ, right? Although I can only use a few products at a time, I do have somewhat of a laundry list of others that I highly recommend. I’ve tried many of the curly lines on the market and most of the products available in stores, but the ones below get my stamp of approval.

Whether you’re transitioning or a natural vet, this list is a great place to start if you’re in the market to build a new regimen. My advice? When trying a new routine, figure out what your hair needs are, choose products designed to address those needs, try the routine for 3 weeks, re-assess and determine if you need to go back to the drawing board. Don’t try too many new things at once, and keep a journal- – documentation is key. Take pictures of your results and record how various product combos work for you.

If you’re starting from scratch, pick a product from each of the categories below (broken down by Brick and Mortar or B&M, versus Web Store). Remember, no two heads are alike, and what works for some will not work for all.

The products that I’m currently using are preceded by ‘***’. 



Every natural hair routine needs a good, effective shampoo. You can ‘poo as often as you deem necessary. Divas that use heavier products, stylers and butters may shampoo as often as once a week or prior to every styling session, while the minimalists (folks that use lighter products) shampoo less frequently, opting for conditioner washing in between (using conditioner as shampoo). I shampoo when my hair and scalp feels gunky… usually twice a month.

No matter how often you shampoo, moisture retention should be a top priority. Even with the milder options listed below, pre-poos (moisturizing treatments applied prior to shampoo’ing) or deep treatments (moisturizing treatments applied following shampoo’ing) are essential! For tips on choosing a mild cleansing agent, click HERE.

-Brick & Mortar (B&M) ‘Poos
Giovanni Tea Tree Triple Treat (Target, Whole Foods, Vitamin Shoppe)
Trader Joe’s Tea Tree Tingle (Trader Joe’s)
***Treader Joe’s Nourish Spa (Trader Joe’s)

-Web Store ‘Poos
Elucence Moisture Benefits Shampoo


I love a good conditioner. I’m always elated to find a multi-purpose one– a conditioner that can be used as a co-wash/detangler, leave-in/styler, and deep treatment.  Below you’ll find a list of my favorite B&M and web store conditioners along with a key to share how I use each one.

CW -Co-wash and/or Instant Conditioner
D- Detangle…(most of these aid in detangling, but the ones that get a D are the slipperiest!)
– Leave in and Style (because it has light to medium hold)
DT– Deep Treat (I add honey and olive oil to the conditioner)

-B&M Conditioners
***Herbal Essence Hello Hydration (most drug and grocery stores) —CW, D
Aussie Moist (most drug and grocery stores)– CW, D
Paul Mitchell The Conditioner Generic (Sally’s)– CW D
***Trader Joe’s Nourish Spa– CW, D
Trader Joe’s Tea Tree Tingle– CW, D
Aubrey Organic’s GPB- DT, D
Matrix Biolage Conditioning Balm (Target, Ulta, the generic version can be purchased at Sally’s)-

-Web Store Conditioners

ElucenceCW, DT
Curl Junkie Curl Assurance Smoothing ConditionerS, DT
Oyin Honey Hemp ConditionerCWDT
Mizani Supreme Oil ConditionerCW,DT
Living Proof Full Thickening ConditionerCW, S DT


This is yet another essential in any natural hair care regimen. Curly hair is naturally very dry and deep treatments (applying a moisturizing conditioner with a heat source) help to retain moisture and health, and thus length. For more information on deep conditioners and ingredients to look for, check out THIS POST. Most of the conditioners above can be used as deep treatments as well, just be sure to add honey and oils to the mix.

-B&M Deep Conditioners
Aubrey Organics Honey Suckle Rose (Vitamin Shoppe, Whole Foods)
Aubrey Organics White Camellia (Vitamin Shoppe, Whole Foods)
***Aubrey Organic’s GPB (Vitamin Shoppe, Whole Foods)
Matrix Biolage Conditioning Balm (Target, Ulta, the generic version can be purchased at Sally’s)
Lustrasilk Shea Butter Cholesterol (Sally’s)

-Web Store Deep Conditioners

***Jessicurl Weekly Deep Conditioner
Jessicurl TooShea
Curl Junkie Rehab Moisturizing Hair Treatment
***Curl Junkie Hibiscus and Banana
Myhoneychild Olive You (very slippery and ultra moisturizing! my fav right now)


This is a less essential step in a natural hair care routine– gels, curl creams and mousse fall in this category. The use of a styler often results in a more controlled, sleeker, less voluminous look. If you like big, fluffy hair, you may want to skip this step, opt for a light hold styling product or find a conditioner that has a little hold. Many of the products listed below are lighter stylers… I heart big hair.

-B&M Stylers
Aloe Vera Gel (health food stores– I like the refrigerated varieties)
Aubrey Organics Mandarin Magic Ginkgo Leaf and Ginseng Root Hair Jelly (Whole Foods)
Jane Carter Wrap and Roll (Target, Whole Foods, Vitamin Shoppe)
***Ouidad Hydrafusion Curl Cream (Sephora)
As I Am Smoothing Gel (Sallys)

-Eco Styler Olive Oil Gel ( I don’t like heavy gels, but lots of naturals love this one!)

-Kinky Curly Curling Custard (Again, I’ve yet to try it, but the
reviews are mostly good. Just be sure to use a light hand and apply to
soaking wet hair)

-Flaxseed Gel- RECIPE


Sealing the hair (especially the ends) is a key step in any natural hair routine. For sealing to be effective, you must first use a water-based moisturizer (a conditioner or cream that has water as its first ingredient), and then seal with a butter or oil. The molecules in most butters/oils are too large to pass into the hair, so they stick to the outside of the shaft, trapping in the rich goodness of the moisturizer.

-B&M Sealants (Look for oils that are cold pressed and unrefined)
Extra Virgin Olive Oil (grocery store, health food store)
Unrefined Shea Butter (beauty supply)
***Coconut Oil (health food store)
Vatika Oil (beauty supply, local Indian grocery)
Castor Oil (Walmart)
Jane Carter’s Nourish and Shine (Target, Whole Foods, Vitamin Shoppe)
***Ouidad’s Mongongo Oil (Sephora)

-Web Store Sealants
Qhemet Amla Oil Nourishing Pomade
Oyin Whipped Shea
Oyin Burnt Sugar Pomade
Shea, many other butters and vatika oil


  • Learning77 says:

    Has anyone used Everyday Shea Moisturizing Conditioner? I am seeking a great conditioner that comes in more than an 8oz bottle that my hair swallows up in one use. I found this conditioner in a 32oz bottle and it has a very thick appear. I just hope that it works well.

  • Newbienatural says:

    thank you soooo much, I just cut my hair earlier in July after transitioning for six months and it is so rough! its about two inches long right now. The only thing I've been using is EVOO, purified water and the steam from my shower! I really needed this and will be taking a trip to target soon.

  • Jordan Thomas says:

    product junkie!

  • Anonymous says:

    @ beemore: "PJ"means Product Junkie.

    Great list. I'll take wiot into consideration. Right now i use the following: Suave Naturals Shampoos (mostly Coconut), Suave Naturals rosemary and mint conditioner (awesome product), Garnier Fructis sleek and shine leave in conditioning cream, Naptural85's shea butter mix, and just recently bought some Hollywood Beauty Castor Oil hair grease( a little gives a lot of shine and it smells great). I try to do protein treatments once a month with some eggs, mayo, honey, evo and coconut oil (naptural85) along with ACV rinse.

  • BeeMore says:

    what's a PJ?

  • Unknown says:

    thank you so much! since my bc Ive been online everyday looking for an ideal hair regimen.

  • Brandie says:

    I have this list up on my phone whenever I go to pick up some new products! Have you tried Kinky Curly Knot Today? That's a great leave-in for twist outs!

  • Kiwi says:

    Thanks. Since going natural I don't know which products to trust when dealing with my hair.

  • yashica says:

    thanks for the tip on trader joes, it was funny because I was looking at that shampoo and conditioner yesterday and wanted to read up about it.

  • auburn says:

    i been natural over a year now and I love it just started wearing it out, I'm feeling my way trying out products. So far I like Shea Moisture.

  • friend says:

    CN, did you detangle your hair with a brush or comb when your first started using henna back in 07 or so.

  • Anonymous says:

    CN, thanks so much for the information. Is the list/suggestion of products current? Do you still use the same products in 2012, or have you founds some new ones to add to the list. Again thanks for the information….looking forward to a response…I would like to know have you changed anything (products) since 2010

  • Noire Reine says:

    Great information. Can you please post some suggestions for moisturizers! Thank you so much!

  • Anonymous says:

    I read your article in Essence about what to use in your hair to help fight "Humidity". You listed what to look for in the ingredients…but you didn't say what products you use to help fight "humidity"…can you let us in on your secret?

  • Anonymous says:

    NIKKI,I just recently did a touch-up relaxer to my hair that has been brutally over abused with flat-irons & blow dryers last year and am so wanting my hair to be healthy,thick & strong like it used to be and i am wondering/hoping that these listed products will help, ANY suggestions/advice/tips/routines that can help…i also did the hair type & my hair (pre-realaxer) is a 4b

  • Anonymous says:

    I use a hair dryer minimal heat every week before twisting my hair. I have absolutely no problem, I use a S-free moistuzizing shampoo ( Elasta QP Creme conditioning shampoo)I detangle with a moisturizing conditioner, I deep treat with ORS Mayo mixed with Extra virgin olive oil, and I use Carol's Daughter Hair Milk to protect against heat before drying. I use a little Jamaican Castor Oil when hair is dried, Results: Awesome when I twist out. So Nothing bad with hair dryer if you are taking good care of your hair. My hair is very healthy.:)

  • Anonymous says:

    Please tell me what do you think about using a hair dryer to dry the hair especialy when using rods to set your natural hair.

  • Anonymous says:

    OH MY!!!
    i reall ycannot express to you how much this blog and entire website has helped me. I have just been so lost! i have been trying to do alot of resaerch.. but with so much info and all the mixing and stuff its just a little confusing~! but o have the products all on one page for me is amazing!!! i now now im ready to do my big chop… .thank u sooooo much curlynikki <3

  • Jussayin says:

    I just did a twist out using a light leave in conditioner (Aphogee Provitamin Leave-in), moisturizer (Qhemet Olive and Honey Hydrating Balm), and sealant (Africa's Best Herbal oil), and put gel (EcoStyler) on top. Best twist out of my life. Did it Wednesday night and its Sunday still going strong. I just pull my hair into a very loose ponytail at night and put my satin cap on top. You just have to add a light moisturizer every couple days to keep it shining!

  • Anonymous says:

    I need a gel to define my curls. In what order should I apply the gel and sealant?

  • Anonymous says:

    I am a older women that want to know if henna will help my hair to grow like the younger women hair?Would like to try,but dont want to put money or time in the henna if their is something better.Going form perm to natural hair can somone help.

  • says:

    Great info, i need to bookmark this!

  • Ladyrein says:

    I need some advice, I have a very fine grade of hair prone to humidity of any kind. What can I use to made my two-strand twist stay in, they untwist even when I wrap my hair.

  • Jordan says:

    !!!! good info! thank you ma'am! I'm heading to the store after work lemme bookmark this page!

    i just get sooo excited about hair makes no sense!

  • Anonymous says:

    This is just what I needed! It was incredibly helpful to me as I start my natural hair journey. Thank you so much! :-)

  • Anonymous says:

    I absolutely love Jane Carter's Nourish and Shine! Very hydrating and gives you a nice sheen!

  • Anonymous says:

    Aussie moist is good and I love love extra virgin olive oil! It's so good on natural hair seriously! This is an excellent and informative post!

  • Hershe_82 says:

    I do a daily… ok let me be honest, I do an hourly check on this site *smile* and I don't understand how I bypassed this post. Well I'm so glad that I found it because this is very vital information. I love love love it!! Thank you soooo very much Nikki for this, I'm on my way to the store now!

  • Anonymous says:

    Noni, this is a great site keep up the good work ladies.


  • Anonymous says:

    I love youe website!!

  • Anonymous says:

    Maybe I missed it someplace, but can anyone tell me what the co-wash '(CW)is?

  • Anonymous says:

    I have been transitioning for going on five months now and have definitely found your website helpful, especially since I'd almost given up. Thank you for taking your precious time to create such an informative website. You are appreciated.

  • Anonymous says:

    I just discovered the best shampoo for natural hair I've come across in ages. It's by the same people who make the Jamaican Black Castor Oil (Tropic Isle Living). I tried it on a lark and OMG the softness I got was incredible. I only use it once a month to remove any buildup since I co wash weekly but I'm hooked on this. Perhaps you can find it in your local BSS and give it a try. I'm pretty sure you'll add it to your list once you do!

    And many thanks for all the great tips – love your site!

  • Anonymous says:

    I had been using Say Yes to Cucumbers conditioner until I noticed that it had Sodium Hydroxide in the ingredients list. I know that's lye and so I didn't want to keep using it; especially as a leave in. Even in small quantities, there's no good reason I can see for putting this on natural hair. Sorry guys, but I'm done with this one.

  • Black Hairstyles Magazine says:

    Thank your for this list! It is very extensive and saves us a lot of time!

  • dupreewith2es says:

    I just had to add that I love love LOVE Aussie Moist. I've tried all matter of paraben free conditioners and use Trader Joe's Tea Tree Tingle and HE Hello Hydration from time to time but I ALWAYS come back to Aussie.

    This summer my roommate who has fine and straight hair was complaining about how dry and brittle her hair had become. I wanted to ask her "You flat iron multiple times a day and are recovering from your blonde phase, what did you expect?!" Instead I told her to use my purple bottle of conditioner the next time she was in the shower. The next day she came to me as if I was a guru and said "…that stuff is seriously amazing."

  • Anonymous says:

    What does pommade do for styling the hair? Or rather, how do you use it? I'll also check youtube.

  • Anonymous says:

    After my big chop, I started using Jane Carter Curl Definition Cream but get it from Whole Foods so if it doesn't work for you, take it back for a full refund (runs $33 and totally worth it, follow directions)

  • Anonymous says:

    Nikki, I wanna know after you chop your hair what do you put on it. I have very little hair ,I wash it put some Shea butter on it. So can you help a sister. ..trice in. Laca

  • Sylvia Monique Edwards says:

    Thank you so much for breaking it down and adding in-store products

  • nvj10 says:

    I am allergic to all the detangling conditioners you put on here. I need a detangling conditioner that is hypoallergenic! Suggestions? i am still not sure about what exactly i'm allergic to. :/

    please email me

  • Anonymous says:

    I've been natural for years, at least 6, maybe even more. I started with the big chop, and never regretted it. I wear my hair straight and in the summer I sport my natural curl. After figuring out the right products that give me the style I like, it's a breeze. Check out

    Karen Gary Coleman is the stylist that teaches women in Columbus, OH how to keep our hair healthy. She has a line of products and she's doing workshops that help the scissor shy clients how to maintain their happy, healthy hair. don't forget #getitstrait

  • Naturally Blessed says:

    I'm 6 months into my transition. I really needed to set a new regimen so I printed your post and took it with me shopping. Thanks for taking the time to put this together. Just wanted you to know that your list is still helping people.

  • Anonymous says:

    I just purchased pantene pro-v for relaxed and natural hair as well. Does anyone know anything about this product?

    Thanks MsJones1015

  • Jami Manning says:

    This is amazing. Thank you so much. I have 3 daughters and I am trying to make sure their hair is as healthy as possible and trying to stay away from sulfates and parabens and all the bad stuff!!!

  • Unknown says:

    shea butter unrefined is a awesome moisturizer

  • Unknown says:

    Any good moisturizers that you or anybody recommends?

  • Unknown says:

    hello nikki dont know if you would be able to help me out with this ( even tho i read ya blog) but still will like some questions answered if possible. i have had natural hair for 4 yrs now( 3+ yrs)off locks and now i have a short fro, i usually tie my head down with a scarf cause i dont like it but i want to start wearing my hair out so i seen ya recommendation on the shampoo & conditioner but what carols daughter??? have you used there products before?? my hair get super curly when wet by water so there is not much to style ,i'm just want to treat my hair with the proper stuff

  • Sandie.B says:

    nikki, how do you feel about pantene pro-v shampoo and conditioner for relaxed and natural?

  • KekeCurly says:

    I JUST purchased the Yes to Tomatoes Conditioner at Ross, will that one work similar to YTCucumber, or not?

  • Shalama says:

    I'm six months in as a long transitioner. I purchased Yes to Cucumbers and love the way it makes my hair feel. I also love the smell.

  • Naturally Kiki says:

    Thank you so much for this site!!! I'm addicted to it! I've been transitioning for about a 1 year and a 5 months now and I couldn't figure out why my hair was so dry, but this site gave me all the tools I need to have healthy hair. Thanks again!!

  • Anonymous says:


    DHD H20 shampoo and Moisture conditioner. ( It infuses extreme moisture in the hair. When using the shampoo, it often feels like the hair is being conditioned! So by the time you use the conditioner, you hair will have such wonderful "slip".

    Joico Moisture Recovery Shampoo and Conditioner – My staple shampoo and conditioner for all of my shampoo days

    Lisa Akbari Cleansing shampoo – Use whenever I need to clarify

    Sebastian Penetrait Protein Treatment – Use whenever I need a stronger protein treatment for leave-out hair

    Hydratherma Naturals Amino Protein Treatment – Use on leave-out hair or braids underneath weave whenever I need mild protein; AWESOME slip

    Hydratherma Naturals Follicle Invigorator – spray on scalp about twice per week to stimulate hair follicles for growth

    Joico Kpak Smoothing Balm – use on leave-out hair before blow-drying and pressing-comb; it's a heat-protectant

    Nadia ( Moisture Mist spray – to moisturize braids underneath the weave, GREAT deodorizer too – it makes your hair smell nice and fresh for about a week after just one use

    Nadia Green Grape Leave-in spray – used as a leave-in for the braids after shampooing my weave

    Mizani Hydrafuse Intense Moisturizing Treatment

    Castor Oil – use on my edges and I'll use a little to press my hair sometimes

  • Anonymous says:

    i was curious when you say add honey/olive oil to the product do you mean pouring a certain amount into the product's container???and how much per ounce?

  • Anonymous says:

    @joyasmith i was thinking the same thing. do you just pour a little in your hand and run your fingers through your hair, or do you wait till after you braid/twist and do that. or do you sort of dip your finger in the oil and braid/twist hair with it???

  • joyasmith says:

    Hey Nikki,

    When and how do you apply the sealer/oils? Do you apply it throughout the hair or just the ends?

  • Kristen says:

    @ Nikki, Oh ok cool. I will finish the LeKair Cholesterol I have and then try the new stuff I bought by Avalon (peppermint conditioner) and Cantu Shea Butter leave-in repair cream. I am excited to get my hair back to a healthy state! :o)

  • CURLYNIKKI says:

    I still like cholesterol… the shea butter (orange one) from Sally's.

  • Kristen says:

    Does anyone still use Cholesterol??? If so does anyone do what Nikki says and add honey and oil? Just wondering because I have some and was going to try that too.

  • Kristen says:

    Good info. I am going to try the water-based moisturizer and coconut oil sealant tomorrow after washing my hair after my workout. I have been natural sine like 1996 but need to take better care in the moisture department!! Thanks! :o)

  • Anonymous says:

    Nikki thank you!!!! This was very helpful!!! Raina

  • Unknown says:

    Hi Nikki,

    I noticed you shared you use honeychild olive you dt conditioner. I use it as well and love it! but, I also noticed it has honey in it ? do you still use it during the colder weather?

    I'm not sure if it could be as harmful as using perhaps glycerin during the colder months, please help ! :))

    Thanks so much,


  • Anonymous says:

    Hello Nikki, I just started transitioning on Oct 1 2010. Thank you for the list. Very, very, very good. All the best to you.

    Thanks again!


  • Anonymous says:

    aussie moist is the ish. God bless!!!!

  • Lisa says:

    This list is great! I was on the verge of becoming a product junkie with many of my products being "ok" products. Where can you purchase Trader Joe's? I've never really heard of it. Thanx!

  • Anonymous says:

    Love this! Thanks Curly Nikki!

  • Rexie says:

    hello Nikki..i absolutely love your curls and am so grateful for this website…i recently decided to go natural and i am about 4 months into my transitioning and need help…I seem to be having a hard time figuring out how to manage my 2 textures..i have tried doin the twist outs but the relaxed part of my hair always comes out frizzy and lame and neva air dries totally….What to do what to do..HELP!!!do u have any other styles i could try out or could it also be the products i am using?

  • Anonymous says:

    Hey Nikki,

    I've been noticing people saying they don't support Trader Joes products. Do you know whats up with that?

  • MoOn says:

    You are the best!

  • Jamila Reddy says:

    Ugh! You've activated my PJ once again!! lol

    Great post. Thanks! :)

  • Anonymous says:

    Thanks for the list! Helps out a lot for new naturals like myself. Im suprised none of the HE products are on the condish list HEHH or HETT?

  • Anonymous says:

    Great list Nikki. A year late for me, but I will definitely share with transitioning folk. I too love the Giovanni Direct Leave in. As a majority 4b with some 4a I have seen a definite change in my hair's moisture retention. I am also hooked on the Smooth as Silk shampoo and conditioner.

  • Shadelle says:

    Thanks for this list! However just want to let you know I purchase my giovanni products from good ol' walmart! :)

  • Anonymous says:

    It would be nice to know how much each product cost. I cannot afford a $15.00 for 16 ozs of conditioner. Pantene is the best product line for the best price.

  • Sarah says:

    Thanks for the list, gonna pick up some new goodies (yes to carrots & cucumbers) tomorrow at Target :)

  • Anonymous says:

    Thanks nikki for the list! Very informative. I'm going to bookmark this page on my iPad.

  • Anonymous says:

    thanks nik! this is amazing!

  • Anonymous says:

    hmmm. i didnt know aubrey organics honeysuckle rose would be a good deep conditioner. i usually use trader joes tea tree tingle. im going to try that next time


  • Anonymous says:

    Great list. I am in the process of switching to natural products for everything from deodorant to shampoo and needed a replacement for Matrix Biolage Conditioning Balm. I will try Aubrey Organics White Camellia.

    For a sealant, I love jojoba oil. And for a glosser I like Aveda Brilliant Emollient Finishing Gloss.

  • Anonymous says:

    @CURLYNIKKI September 27, 2010 12:35

    Thanks. I knew you would understand.

  • aJwitaFrO says:

    This was a really great post Nikki, thanks for posting it. I think it will be helpful for a lot of people who are stuck and don't know what products to use.

    The list gives a good variety of products and explanations so it's not too overwhelming. I too am a "moderate" product junkie, I like to try a lot of new products but I only use a few at a time until the bottles are done or unless I REALLY don't like the product.

    I noticed that you didn't include any henna products in your list, surprising ;-). Anyways, I hope you're doing well and the blog content is great as usual. hope curly baby and the hubby are doing well.

    stay blessed,


  • Erika says:

    Hey I didn't see Suave Conditioners/Shampoos listed. I like to use those for my co-washes, however I won't be buying anymore of the V05 conditioners unless its the Strawberries & Milk. I find V05 to be to thin and not much humph for me, but at .99 you can't beat the price. However, I just brought this week Suave Almond & Shea Butter Conditioner will try it out sometime next week.

  • LaKisha says:

    Just what I needed..I have been struggling with my weekly routine and product list, this is a great help. Thanks

  • Anonymous says:

    This is perfect CN, just what the doctor ordered, lol. Thanks for taking the time to pull it all together.

  • CURLYNIKKI says:

    You are welcome ladies! Glad it helps :)

    Anon, I added your beloved Gio to the list :) Sometimes it feels like every curly in the world likes Giovanni but me!

  • Anonymous says:

    Great tips, but: Where is my beloved Giovanni Direct Leave In on this list?

  • Rhythm&Drama says:

    Great tips. Thanks for compiling everything in one place. Much appreaciated.

  • vonnababy2 (youtube) says:

    Thanks sooo much for this. In the glossers section, might I also suggest Giovanni "Frizz Be Gone". I have had good results, and it's not too heavy. It can be picked up at target.

  • Anonymous says:

    Deva Care products are available B&M at most malls, Trade Secret, and some salons if people really don't want to pay S&H for them.

  • Anonymous says:

    Great list. A lot of what I have on hand is listed, especially from the web stores. I would like to get more from B&M (save time & money).

  • Anonymous says:

    B&M means brick & mortar stores you can drive to and shop in as opposed to online stores.
    Thanks for this comprehensive list,Nikki!

  • Anonymous says:

    whats b&m?

  • Falcon Tress says:

    Great tool for the newly natural and the seasoned "explorer."
    I love Aubrey Organics White Camelia Shampoo and Conditioner. They make a great DT called Blue Green Algae Hair Rescue Mask. Heavy protein combinied with great moisturizers: Blue Algae, Aloe & Shea Butter in a Coconut Fatty Acid Cream Base.

  • Anonymous says:

    Love this! Thanks CN for taking the time out to make this list. I'm headed to the store today.

  • Raniesaj says:

    THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!!!!!! I have been looking for a resource like this. Been trying to find a GOOD DT for a while now and really wasn't sure which conditioners were considered a DT and which weren't. Thank you!! This helps A LOT!!!

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