Worth A Try? Curls Gel-les'c

"It isn’t a gel, and not quite a serum it’s Curl Gel-les’c (pronounced Curl Jealousy). This botanically based, organic curl styler imparts brilliant sheen, banishes frizz, and holds those twirls in place! Transform dry frizzy locks into the enviable curls that every woman dreams of, with Curl Gel-les’c."

Application: Day #1 - Apply Curl Gel-les'c to freshly cleansed/conditioned hair, while it is still wet. Gently work through curls from root to end. Allow to air dry. Day #2 - Refresh with Quenched Curls Moisturizer, apply Curl Gel-les'c only as needed.

Ingredients: Purified Water, Polyquaternium-11, Sorbitol, Certified Organic Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Polyquaternium-37, Vegetable Glycerin, Certified Organic Coconut Milk ( Cocos Nucifera Fruit Juice), Certified Organic Linden Seed Oil ( Tilia Cordata Flower Extract), Certified Organic Flaxseed Oil ( Linum Usitatissimum Seed Oil, Certified Organic Chamoile Extract (Anthemis Nobilis Flower Extract) Certified Organic Rosemary Extract (Rosmarinus Officinalis Leaf Extract), Phenoxyethanol, Caprylyl Glycol. $25.00 Curls
9 Responses:

There's a youtube video on this. I'm not feeling the price at all.


I'm tired of all these we'll turn your 4A or 4B hair into 3A or 3b hair all for the over priced value of $25.00! No thank you! I have learned to love my hair texture and just keep healthy! If I want my curls to slap you in the face I get an aloe vera plant and some shea butter(raw shea)and blend it all up. After I wash my hair I slap it on head, and WOW! I got long flowing curls for days! I have learned to embrace my 4A hair type, but I have 3A hair on top of my head, but I embrace it all! forget curly pudding and all of those silly brands! Real is in!


I tried it, it actually does what it says it would...


the contents sound great. but WOW at that price tag. =-/ even if they sold it where i was, i'd have to pass.


I recently won a contest that Curls was sponsoring on a natural hair blog and won this product as well as a cute shirt from the company. The smell is amazing, my curls were very springy and more defined than they have ever been, and it came in a package, safely wrapped so I can tell the company cares about its products. I used it on a twist out that turned out both voluminous and chunky with defined curls. I think it is a good "treat" for yourself if you plan to use it sparingly. The smell is the best feature!


All Curls products are on Sale due to new packaging from 4/10 to 4/12 55% off! Promo Code - blowout :o)


Ladies, please take a look at the ingredient list for this product:
Ingredients: Purified Water, Polyquaternium-11, Sorbitol, Certified Organic Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Polyquaternium-37, Vegetable Glycerin, Certified Organic Coconut Milk ( Cocos Nucifera Fruit Juice), Certified Organic Linden Seed Oil ( Tilia Cordata Flower Extract), Certified Organic Flaxseed Oil ( Linum Usitatissimum Seed Oil, Certified Organic Chamoile Extract (Anthemis Nobilis Flower Extract) Certified Organic Rosemary Extract (Rosmarinus Officinalis Leaf Extract), Phenoxyethanol, Caprylyl Glycol.

We really have to be careful about the products that we put on our hair and skin. Read the labels, ladies! If some ingredients don’t sound familiar, look it up. On the label, the ingredient Phenoxyethanol has been issued a warning by the FDA. “Phenoxyethanol is a preservative that is primarily used in cosmetics and medications. It also can depress the central nervous system and may cause vomiting and diarrhea”.

We wonder why some products work better on our hair after 3 or more uses, it’s because the chemical/drug reaction takes time before your hair gets used to it. It’s no longer healthy, it’s just chemical-enabled.

So the question is But is it worth it? I say NO!


^^^ I highly doubt you are going to eat the phenoxyethanol now are you?
It is used in a .5% formulation of a product. All the warnings are for the concentrated phenoxyethanol in its pure form.

Please, if you are going to spread information and dangers of a product, explain it properly and truthfully.


I use to be hung up on preservatives too but honestly, if a product is remain mold/bacteria free it has to have some form of preservative. Unless we are all going to order products made by order and in portions that will only be small enough to be used up before it goes bad, then preservatives have to be in it. I know there are some things that don't need it (butters / oils combo) but I have been there before with companies, some even ask if I knew of an alternative for the preservatives that are commonly used. I am all about natural products but we have to be reasonable in our expectations too.


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