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    I'm considering purchasing some dominican hair products and would like to know if anyone out there has used them and if so, what were the results. Do they work well for natural hair or should they only be used on relax.ed? Specifically, I am interested in the creme negra deep conditioner.

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    Yes, that is all I use!

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    there's two dominican products I recommend..
    1 - Cinnamon and sole shampoo and conditioner
    2 - La Bomba Conditioner (they have a set, but the conditioner great, but I will try the leave in tonic one day)

    But you have to look for more the ingredients, if they have protein and if its thick in color, not clear or crystalized, that means that type of conditioner is for more relax, thin or soft texture hair (for example 10 in one conditioner thats definitely to thin for natural hair)

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    Thanks for replying. I am awaiting my orders for 2 conditioners.
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    i hear a lot of about domincan products...curious about trying them...but
    1. dont know where to find them
    2. dont know HOW you know they are dominican...does it say so on the label...or is it that particular lines are just known to be dominican?

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    Adora,

    There is a website that sells dominican products. The company is based in Miami and the product lines are familiar to those who have frequented Dom salons in the past. store.sickbay.biz/haircare.html
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    Ibeauty.net sells them too. I'm in love with Miss Key 10 en 1, Capilo sole & Cinnamon, And Miss Key 12 en 1. They are great deep conditioners.

    there's two dominican products I recommend..
    1 - Cinnamon and sole shampoo and conditioner
    2 - La Bomba Conditioner (they have a set, but the conditioner great, but I will try the leave in tonic one day)

    But you have to look for more the ingredients, if they have protein and if its thick in color, not clear or crystalized, that means that type of conditioner is for more relax, thin or soft texture hair (for example 10 in one conditioner thats definitely to thin for natural hair)
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    there's two dominican products I recommend..
    1 - Cinnamon and sole shampoo and conditioner
    2 - La Bomba Conditioner (they have a set, but the conditioner great, but I will try the leave in tonic one day)

    But you have to look for more the ingredients, if they have protein and if its thick in color, not clear or crystalized, that means that type of conditioner is for more relax, thin or soft texture hair (for example 10 in one conditioner thats definitely to thin for natural hair)
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    Are you talking about Miss KEy 10 en 1 conditioner? That stuff is MEGA THICK....I found it to be great for a deep conditioner and im 100% natural.

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    there's two dominican products I recommend..
    1 - Cinnamon and sole shampoo and conditioner
    2 - La Bomba Conditioner (they have a set, but the conditioner great, but I will try the leave in tonic one day)

    But you have to look for more the ingredients, if they have protein and if its thick in color, not clear or crystalized, that means that type of conditioner is for more relax, thin or soft texture hair (for example 10 in one conditioner thats definitely to thin for natural hair)
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    Im hearing raves about this La Bomba conditioner on other boards. Im gonna look into getting this.

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    I am in love with La Bomba's leave-in! :wub:
    i luv my naps <3

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