Thursday, December 31, 2009


As salaamu alaikum & Hello ladies,

Well it's that time again.  Time for some new conditioner's.  I am looking for a good leave-in conditioner as well as a good Deep conditioner.

I am in need of a few suggestions.  I am looking for both over the counter ( to buy locally) and purchase over internet.  Either, one is fine.  So, if any of you ladies have any suggestions.  Please  share them with us here at " AuNaturale".  Can't wait to here from you .  Take care ( smiles)


Anonymous said...

Depending on your hair type, I would try Qhemet Biologic products. they are good for moisture during the winter time. I also LOVE trader joe's nourish spa conditioner- this is great for co washing and as a leave-in. I like Knot today detangler/leave-in conditioner as well.

Unknown said...

Anonymous : thanks for your response I have 3b-3c hair. I will gladly look in all that you have mentioned here, again thanks for the suggestions ( smiles)

Kinky Rhonnie said...

Hey there, Have you tried Elucence Moisture Balancing Conditioner yet? I recently did a review and I'm ready to trash my Aubrey. I can't believe it!!!

Get in on Naturally Curly. They have a 15% sale right now but I trashed the code. Sorry!

Unknown said...

Kinky Rhonnie : Thanks a bunch for responding. No, I haven't tried Elucence yet. Actually, I'm just hearing of this brand. I'am surely going to look into it.
Thanks again for responding (smiles)

Anonymous said...

I'm a 4B natural. I stay away from products with cones and PG due to sensitive scalp. My favs are:

1. Trader Joe's Nourish Spa Conditioner - superior detangling

2. Trader Joe's Tea Tree Tingle Conditioner - another great detangler, good for itchy scalps.

3. Giovanni Conditioners - Both the 50/50 and Deep Moisture conditioners.

4. For pre-poo, deep conditioner or co-wash - Aubrey Organics Island Naturals Conditioner (more slip and moisture) and Honeysuckle Rose Conditioner

My routine is to wash, use one of the Aubrey Organics conditioners, rinse and detangle with one of the Trader Joe's conditioners.

Angie R.

Unknown said...

Angie R : Thanks so much for sharing such great tips, and supplying me with a list of products to try as well. I have heard much about some of the ones you have listed here. As I go along on my search , I will keep you guys posted on all that was a success for my 3b 3c hair. Thanks again, take care (smiles)