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PostSubject: Conditioner for Hair   Wed Mar 17 2010, 20:25

I have curly and super knotty hair... conditioner is a MUST! What to do. I've read not to use it but also see a comment on another post that it's ok. Any advice?
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PostSubject: Re: Conditioner for Hair   Sun May 16 2010, 14:54

Thought I'd revive this question,...

I'm almost done with the leave-in conditioner I've been using and got curious. This is a Garnier product with "nutritive fruit micro-oils" in it. My next bottle is FX Silk Drops hair serum, which looks like a bottle of baby oil.

Am I overthinking this? I just want to do all I can to maximize my results when I return to P2.

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PostSubject: Re: Conditioner for Hair   Mon May 31 2010, 00:51

I was wondering the same thing I am new and want to loose the most I can but can not give up my conditioner!
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PostSubject: Re: Conditioner for Hair   Mon May 31 2010, 15:58

I have used the same conditioner I was using before the diet. I had no issues with weight loss. I have read some people say they use the same conditioner but just try not to put on scalp as best as you can. Others have gone with organic conditioner. It all depends on if your body will tolerate it or not. Everyone is different.
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PostSubject: Re: Conditioner for Hair   Mon May 31 2010, 17:09

Barbara,

Thanks for the info. I have deicided to keep trying my shampoo and cond. so far it's been ok I've lost 5lbs so far and just started so I'm happy. yahoo
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PostSubject: Re: Conditioner for Hair   Mon May 31 2010, 19:01

There is no reason to change the shampoo or conditioner you use. It is something that is on your skin and hair for just minutes, or less at a time.

I feel the same way about soap. Just use a good, organic, natural based soap.

It's not like we are eating the stuff.

Most make up, lotions, shampoos, conditioners, etc are made differently today than it was back in the 50's & 60's when Dr S designed this protocol.

But, this is only my opinion.

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PostSubject: Re: Conditioner for Hair   Tue Jun 01 2010, 08:47

I agree birdlady. I had no issues with that stuff. The only thing I think I changed was my lotion. I usually use cocoa butter but I know how greasy it can be so I switched to St. Ives 100% natural lotion. Works just as well.
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