I got Elucence Moisture Balancing Conditioner, Camille Rose Naturals SOYlicious Conditioner, and Bee Mine Avocado Balancing Conditioner. Curlmart also threw in a few samples! I love free samples, don't you?! I get so damn excited when I open packages and see free shit! The samples were Curly Hair Solutions Curl Keeper, and something by Twisted Sista (but it has silicone in it, so I didn't pay much attention to it).
The Bee Mine and Camille Rose Naturals are super thick, so I can't co-wash with them. Luckily, the Elucence is rather thin, and I don't care for the way it made my hair feel overall, so it worked out nicely to step in as a co-wash.
I've been using the Bee Mine primarily so far, and I really like it. I thought I would like the Camille Rose Naturals better because it's thicker, but the Bee Mine ends up feeling thicker in your hair once wet than it seems in your palm. A little goes a long way with this stuff, too! It's a nice balance of everything I look for in a conditioner. It's thick enough to coat everything nicely and also leave the ends feeling smooth (I have a super huge problem with tangly ends), slippery enough to detangle, and it's got protein! So far, this is a winner winner chicken dinner.
I've also been using the Curl Keeper pre-KCCC ever since, which has been about a week now. I like it a lot so far. In fact, I've already ordered a bottle from Amazon! Nothing against Curlmart, but since I'm an Amazon Prime member, many things end up being cheaper and arriving faster from Amazon for me because of the free 2-day shipping. It claims to be all-natural, but it has a lot of strange ingredients. Sometimes I wonder exactly what kind of regulations are in place for product labeling...
Right now my routine is:
Co-wash with Elucence
Rinse out with Bee Mine
Pre-gel with Curl Keeper
Gel with Kinky Curly Curling Custard
t-shirt scrunch, clip roots, diffuse dry