How To Choose A Conditioner For Damaged Hair

How To Choose A Conditioner For Damaged Hair

Learn how to choose a conditioner for damaged hair with these special tips

With all the different product that are on the market, it can be quite difficult to decide which conditioner for damaged hair you should purchase. You do not need to waste all of your hard earned money on expensive salon treatments and pricey products. You can easily find a good conditioner for damaged hair that will not exceed your budget. One great product is Aussie Deeeeep 3 Minute Miracle which contains Australian aloe and jojoba oil, which work to smooth rough hair (and it only takes three minutes!) Another great conditioner for damaged hair is Neutrogena Triple Moisture Deep Recover Hair Mask, a super moisturizing treatment that contains sweet almond and olive extracts for extra recovery. Read 24 Best Conditioners for a list of more hair conditioning products that Total Beauty readers recommend.

Another great conditioner for damaged hair is Umberto Beverly Hills Repair Treatment Masque, a rich product that contains algae, wheat and soy protein. To provide intensive therapy for colored and chemically treated hair. Be sure that the label says that it is for damaged or dry hair, as you want the maximum moisturizing and nourishing benefits. Soap & Glory Hair Supply Mask Treatment is another conditioner for damaged hair that is a gel formula and helps restore glossy shine to damaged hair. For more product recommendations, check out 12 Best Hair Care Products For Split Ends.

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really good, thxn for the info , I also use Pro Naturals Moroccan Argan Oil Hair Conditioner which has worked great for my hair, keeps it soft, shiny and healthy again.

by monique07 Sunday, August 5, 2012 at 11:03AM Report as inappropriate

Thanks for the info! I had damaged hair after bleaching it and tried pro naturals moroccan argan oil shampoo. The best thing for damaged hair is something silicone and sulfate free, hopefully organic.

by mtaylor722 Friday, August 3, 2012 at 02:48PM Report as inappropriate

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