Remember that LOC method post you all liked so much? Don’t even front, we know you liked that one!
Well no gift is complete without the fancy red bow on the top so in lieu of adding to that post we went ahead and developed a complete list of product suggestions that would make things a little easier for you if you want to start practicing this cool way of sealing your hair.
Note that everything on this list can be used on natural as well as relaxed hair so don’t skip over any of them because you fall into either category.
The LOC abbreviation means liquid, oil and cream and also relates to the order in which the products should be applied.
Having said that a lot of you said that you do LCO with success too.
It is almost impossible to list every product on the face of the earth or even to say for sure which the best moisturizers are so if you have some great products that we may have missed, go ahead and comment below so we can all benefit.
Anyway, on to the products now…here goes:
Infusium 23 – The first ingredient is water which makes it perfect for the liquid category and it is a light weight old school conditioner that hydrates your strands right after washing your hair. If you use infusium 23 then you will just love it and it will always be in your arsenal. It is just one of those conditioners some of us have grown up with and just cannot bear to be parted from.
Giovanni Direct Leave-in Conditioner – It’s the best light weight leave in conditioner on the market and with the first ingredient being water it is perfect for your hair and perfect for the liquid category.
Roux 619 Leave in Moisturizing Treatment – Because of how great this product is for detangling, it is often recommended for women who are transitioning to natural hair long term. It is a bit on the pricey side but well worth it if you want to have something really good in your arsenal.
Homemade – Aloe Vera Juice and water mix – This can be a 50/50 mix with half your spray bottle containing water, and the other half being AVJ. You can choose to add more aloe if you would like but whatever you decide Aloe Vera does not disappoint as one of the best liquid conditioners you can find in your cabinet.