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Old 09-29-2009, 02:48 PM
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Default Best deep conditioners for relaxed heads

Honestly i truly havent found anything worth spending my money on. Something that truly deep conditions. Keracare Humecto was ok for a while but everythinh has some type of mineral oil. Ladies chime in and let me know what has worked for you!
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Default Re: Best deep conditioners for relaxed heads

I'd like to know too. I'm also in need of a good one.
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Default Re: Best deep conditioners for relaxed heads

I use Shescentit's deep conditioner. I don't know which is better, that or her Fortifying Hair Mask. Both are great products and work well on my relaxed hair (13 weeks since last relaxer) and new growth.
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Default Re: Best deep conditioners for relaxed heads

I'm gonna sing praises for Aubrey Organics...GPB and White Camilla leave my hair soft and smooth.
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Default Re: Best deep conditioners for relaxed heads

I love motions moisture plus. I used it relaxed and natural. It's cheap and it makes my hair feel good. A lot of people don't like it because it also has mineral oil.

I've also just started using the ORS conditioner and I really like that one too.
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Default Re: Best deep conditioners for relaxed heads

For protein try Aphogee Treatment For Damaged Hair (the one that gets hard on your head) or Motions CPR.....for Moisture, try a Mizani (Hydrofuse or Moisturefuse). Motions' has some decent products for the cheaper end (works well for both relaxed and naturals) and Mizani on the high end (ditto). If you want REALLY high end, look at Goldwell conditioners.

If you want a Dominican deep condish, try Miss Key's 10 en 1.
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Default Re: Best deep conditioners for relaxed heads

I have a few:
Pantene Relaxed and Natural Mask (brown jar)
Pantene Time Renewal Replenishing Mask (white jar)
Silk Elements MegaSilk Moisturizing Treatment
Silk Elements MegaSilk Olive Moisturizing Treatment
Silk Elements MegaSilk Intense Conditioning Mayonnaise
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Default Re: Best deep conditioners for relaxed heads

My favourite so far: ORS Olive Oil Replenishing Conditioner right after Aphogee 2 Minute or just by itself
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Default Re: Best deep conditioners for relaxed heads

FYI...the name of the Aphogee stuff chaged (I have the old bottle) but the formula is exactly the same. Tho it's call ed Two Step, I only ever used it as one step. Works fine.
Here's what it looks like and where the reviews are. http://www.sallybeauty.com/Protein-h...efault,pd.html

You can get this in 4oz.
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Default Re: Best deep conditioners for relaxed heads

I like Elasta QP DPR and the infamous Alter Ego Garlic condish.. But I have a few others on my list that I want to try..

Silicone mix is slowly moving up the list, lol
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Default Re: Best deep conditioners for relaxed heads

I'm pushing silk elements megasilk moisturizing conditioner everywhere i can!!! its really a great DC and it works wonders, plus its on sale at sallys for 7.99
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Default Re: Best deep conditioners for relaxed heads

Thats already on my List Beana.. BS stores around my way dont sell it though.. I would have to order it, thats the only reason I dont have it yet..

Have to do a store locate for Sally's
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Default Re: Best deep conditioners for relaxed heads

For protein I use UBH Deep Conditioner or Nexxus Emergencee. Both are hard proteins and I use one or the other either once a week or once every other week followed by a deep moisturizing conditioner. The moisturizing conditioners in my rotation are Keracare Humecto (tub), Nexxus Humectress, Kenra Moisturizing Conditioner, and Hairveda Sitrinillah :P
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I like ORS replenishing pak and Hair mayonnaise.
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Default Re: Best deep conditioners for relaxed heads

I tried Victoria's Secret So Sexy conditioner for damaged hair this weekend and I was pleasantly suprised. I only purchased it for the smell everyone on here raved about, but my hair really likes this conditioner. I also like the ORS conditioner. Both conditioners are really thick.
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Default Re: Best deep conditioners for relaxed heads

I like Silk Elements Intensive Moisturizing treatment, and Aphogee 2-min Reconstructor, Joico K-Pak, and L'Occitane Hair Masks.
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Default Re: Best deep conditioners for relaxed heads

I used Keracare Humecto with heat on my hair this past weekend (and well everytime I wash my hair I deep condition or try to) and it was awesome! I consider it a deep conditioner and the directions say it can be used with heat. I love how soft and tangle free my hair was after using it.

Thank you whoever said that they need to stop using pretrolium based products on their hair to avoid tangles on wash day. I did stop and no tangles on wash day for my 4a/b texlaxed hair. Miracle! Just a miracle!
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Default Re: Best deep conditioners for relaxed heads

When I first tried Keracare Humecto I loved how soft it made my hair feel wet but when it dried it was ROUGH. I'm still convinced there is a better conditioner out there that will tame my hair + ng. This lady I know who is very into hair care always told me that you will know if you have a good DC, when all you have to do is wash & DC and your hair will be moisturized, smooth & will not be puffy, frizzy & etc. and that I should not have to put in 20,000 + products afterwards to tame it. So.. I am still convinced there is a better conditioner out there. I just wanted to share my story like a loser + add that I am going to try Kenra MC since there are so many reviews raving about it.
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Default Re: Best deep conditioners for relaxed heads

Mizani Silk Cream Conditioner is the ish! Especially with some EVOO mixed in
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Right Now, I'm Lovin':

L'anza Kukui Nut, L'anza Moi Moi & L'anza Manuska Mud & Honey
AG Fast Food Intense Moisture
Keratase Oleo Relax
AG WC & GPB
Alter Ego Garlic
SheScentIt Banana Brulee & Fortifying Mask
Afroveda Ashlii
Joico Moisture Recovery, Intense Hydrator etc..
Redken Butter Treat

Too Many to Name
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