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This is a great way to make use of those little hotel bottles of conditioner that we bring back from vacation with us.

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Marie Nixon August 13, 2011

I used to do this technique when I had long hair. Works really well

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Abby Girl July 26, 2007

This is great! I use spring water instead of distilled. I realize that access to true soft spring water is not easy for many. I also want to say that I do not use as much gel in my hair now. My hair is now becoming natural curly again after many years so I just wash, condition and gel and use a pick and combs. Thanks for posting. This is a money saving recipe for both conditioner and gel for me. Anytime we can save money with oil, gas and propane going through the roof, it is a blessing.

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Montana Heart Song March 07, 2009

works great thanks for the money saving tip.

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DOWBUFFALO December 19, 2006

I was at the store and was going to buy some Leave-in, but decided against it after some discussion with my husband. I found this recipe and realised that I could re-use my old Aussie Mega Leave-In Bottle and just make it for less!! How cool is that!!!

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caseymabin August 27, 2006

Wow, I found this after my daughter broke her brand new bottle of Aura Cacia Detangler Spray. I told her that it might work like the detangler, so we mixed up a batch of this and got it into a little spray bottle and she just loves it. Makes it much easier to get the tangles out of her very long hair. Thank you!

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ThatBobbieGirl December 23, 2004
Leave-in Conditioner