QuickSilverHair Approved Conditioners to Mix with the Clay
I know it can be confusing to read labels and understand which silicones are which and what products might work or not with the clay.
Best practice is an all natural product with low to no chemicals in it. Certain chemicals will block the action of the clay. Here is my list of approved products, and there is an AVOID LIST at the bottom in red.This is a partial and growing list. If you mixed it with really great products let me know via email and I will be happy to add them.
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The best results will be using Acure Curiously Clarifying Lemongrass Shampoo & Conditioner, I have tested and tried multiple products. They are hands down going to do the most for you mixed with QuickSilverHair Clay and Oil.
Carol’s Daughter Cactus Rose Water Sulfate-Free Shampoo and Conditioner also works pretty well and I love it for lightweight conditioning for my daily summer use.
I have used the clay with a couple of the SheaMoisture Products and it works well. My favorite is the Shea Moisture Argan Oil & Almond Milk Smooth & Tame Shampoo & Conditioner (see below).
Avoid Mixing Clay With
The clay cannot penetrate buildup from these products either so please clarify before use.
Brands to avoid:
- Paul Mitchell
- Love Beauty & Planet
- Live Clean
Ingredients to Avoid with clay mix:
- Bis-aminopropyl dimethicone
- Cetyl Dimethicone
- Stearoxy Dimethicone
- Stearyl Dimethicone
- Behenoxy Dimethicone
- Cetearyl methicone
- Phenyl trimethicone
- Mineral oil (paraffinum liquidum)
- Castor oil
- Olive oil
- Waxes: bees wax, candelilla wax, etc.
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