Suave Naturals Conditioner -this is what I use to co-wash with-my shampoo. I don't use an actual shampoo because they are HORRIBLE for your hair because of all the harsh chemicals. (sulfates) in them-if not "natural shampoos". This is a cheap conditioner that doesn't have any sulfates in it that I use to wash my scalp with before using a heavier conditioner.
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UPDATE: I like the regular volumizing conditioner for cleansing. This is too heavy for my fine hair. PANTENE PRO-V makes a small line of cleansing conditioners, but only for color treated, or damaged hair. So, I bought the color treated variety. It's thick formula has a strong tea tree fragrance. It cleans well and conditions great. The formula is heavier than L'Oreal and Salon Grafix, with more conditioning. Whether this will lead to build-up, is yet to be seen.
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:D Moisture Recovery | Joico This creamy shampoo/conditioner combo does wonderful things for my fine fly-away hair. Reduces frizz, and it seems to make it heavier (but in a rich, full body way). It is a salon brand, but still contains sodium laureth sulfate which is a gentler agent than some other sulfates out there.
Davines Momo Conditioner, Moisturising and revitalizing conditioner. Its advanced formula allows it to adapt to the specific moisturising needs of dry, and dehydrated hair, giving it the softness, body and shine it needs.
Davines Momo Shampoo (green bottle) is your basic moisturizing shampoo.I Dede (white bottle) is a spray in mist conditioner for fine hair. Love conditioner (pink tub) Smoothing conditioner.... a little heavy.... good for thick course hair. Nounou conditioner (peach tub) conditioner for any type or color treated hair...containes Tomato extract.....Love it because all of these roducts aree 98% organic!