I received a few questions about my New-Growth spritz that I previously used when stretching relaxers.
The main ingredients in my home-made spritz were: Aloe-vera juice, castor oil, eucalyptus oil and rosemary oil.
I still use something similar, but now add distilled water,glycerin and sometimes a drop of Silk Amino Acids if I need protein in my hair. I also switched out castor oil for an oil in my current product arsenal such as safflower or coconut oil.
Anyway, the main question was if they should make the spritz or if there is something comparable they can just buy.
I definitely suggest purchasing a commercial product if the person doesn't already have the ingredients readily available.
The only product I can recommend (that can be easily found in stores) with similar ingredients and that has MANY positive reviews is Taliah Waajid Protective Mist Bodifier.
Can be Found: Walgreens,CVS, Amazon and many Beauty Supply Stores
You can also search for places it is sold using this link: http://www.naturalhair.org/storelocations.aspx
Ingredients: Deionized Water (Aqua), Wheat Germ Extract, (Triticum Vulgare), Aloe Vera (Aloe Babadensis) Leaf, Cetrimonium Bromide, Cetyl Alc., DMDM Hydantoin, Olive Oil (Olea Europaena), Glycol -(Vegetable Derived), Silk Amino Acid, Bay Laurel Extract (Lauris No Bilis), Fragrance (Parfum).
Size: 8.0 oz
Bee-Mine Juicy Spritz is also a good option, but you would have to purchase this on-line.
Hope this helps!