My hair is processed and dry but I am far too lazy to shower twice and sit around the house with an intense-conditioning pack on my head. Thus I have found some wonderful deep conditioners that also work well as daily conditioners: just 3 minutes or so in the shower while I shave. And they seem to do the trick, hairdressers always comment on how healthy my hair is. So when I look for a conditioner I look for serious results. I want something that hydrates, repairs, and smooths without weighing my hair down - these three conditioners fit the bill:
Fresh Meadowfoam Cream Conditioner excels with natural ingredients of olive, shea butter, wheat herm, and sweet almond oil. Its star ingredient is meadowfoam - a natural reparative that is deeply healing. You can always expect superior quality from this luxury brand, so not only is it a powerhouse of productivity but an indulgence as well.
Not recommended for really fine hair.
Living Proof Restore Mask Treatment is called that because it 'restores' hair to nearly its natural virgin state. Living Proof uses its patented technology to repair the protective layer of the hair strand - no wonder it is a big favorite of beauty editors all over. Even better, it is sulphate and paraben free. I recommend you use it in conjunction with the marvelous-smelling Restore shampoo.
OK for fine hair.
Matrix Biolage Hydrating Balm is a heavy-duty hydrator that is designed to be used either daily or weekly depending on how dry and coarse your hair is. The added feature of this cream is that it locks out humidity and frizz. You can find it at any beauty supply store because it is a brand that hair stylists prefer.
Definitely not recommended for fine hair.
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