Happy thanksgiving fellas. As a pretty new wearer I feel like I am most struggling right now with finding the right products. I think having a giant list of what everyone uses in terms of shampoo, conditioner, leave-in, and any other styling products would be incredibly helpful for people in my boat. Im tired of wasting money trying out new products only for them to take a toll on the system and have to subsequently get thrown in the garbage. Also, knowing what ingredients to look for and to avoid would help tremendously IMO. So far, what I have been using: Shampoo: Renpure Biotin / Collagen thickening shampoo -- cant really speak to its efficacy because I only used it once on my faulty system and sure enough it dried the living sh*t out of it. Conditioner: Renpure Coconut Cream Conditioner -- same deal in that I only used it once, but it did work pretty well for my bio hair. My understanding is that its a water-soluble silicone. Deep Conditioner: Shea Moisture Deep Treatment Masque -- have had good results with this. Leaves the hair nice and soft, I use it after I shampoo and condition Leave-in Conditioner: Shea Moisture 100 percent Virgin Coconut Oil Leave In Treatment -- solid product, can build up kind of easily and leave your hair too protein-heavy but definitely is good for softness and smoothness. Styling products I've used: Hask Argan Oil Serum (comes in a small vile) -- silicone-based product. Works amazing for a few days but definitely can leave the hair feeling not great after it builds up. I also way overuse products like these so its probably good in smaller doses. John Freida Frizz Ease -- Verdict is still out. I mostly used this as a detangler in my first piece (it would knot up like crazy any time it got wet) and only really applied it with the hair dry. It definitely built up and made it feel not so great after a while -- almost waxy. Luster's Renutrients Slick Stick -- probably my favorite styling product albeit one I don't use very often. Solid hold but its a lightweight product for sure. Takes care of the stray hairs. Have been using for years even with my bio hair. You can apply directly on to hair or on hands first (my preferred method for even distribution). Theres a bunch of other sh*t i've tried but not enough to post about it yet. But I am due for a wash tomorrow so I would like to lock down a shampoo conditioner combo before I do that.