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An hair product which is both a lipid ointment and a gel

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Nivea have developed an hair product which I personally found very special among this filled-with-generic-stuff market of products, which is named in German "Creme-Gel":
I find Nivea's Creme-Gel special because it acts, at the start as a moisturizing cream and later hardens on the hair like any other hair gel, but it's a special somewhat "super critical" soft hardening very giving a natural wet look.

That said; I have the acknowledgement that creams and lipid ointments (ointments which are only comprised of fatty material/s) are two chemically distinct types of solutions (I would define a cream is a lipid ointment combined with creaming agents such as salts and/or polymers, which lipid ointments always lack).

Is an hair product which is both an oily ointment and a gel chemically feasible?

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