Tips For Conditioning Damaged Hair

Tips For Conditioning Damaged Hair

Try these simple tips for conditioning damaged hair

If your hair is particularly dry and straw like, you may want to look into more advanced alternatives and products that will really work to restore the health and shine in your hair. When conditioning damaged hair, you will want to use a daily conditioner that is formulated for damaged hair, and be sure to check the label for ingredients such as provitamins, silicones, mineral oil and petrolatum, all of which offer smoothing, moisturizing and protection properties. You should also read 11 Best Deep Conditioners for a list of recommended products that readers use when conditioning damaged hair.

Another tip for conditioning damaged hair is to rinse your hair with cool water after you condition, due to the fact that shampooing tends to wash away more product, and you want some of the conditioner to stay in your hair in order to effectively work. At least twice a week, use a deep conditioner or hair mask for extra moisturizing benefits. Cover your hair with a shower cap or warm and wet towel, then leave on for ten to fifteen minutes after applying the hair mask, then rinse. By applying heat, the conditioner will be ale to better penetrate hair. Finally, a leave in conditioner is a great daily treatment that you can use on your hair. Check out 8 Best Leave In Conditioners for more great product recommendations.

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Nice info

by EricaF123 Thursday, December 27, 2012 at 03:32PM Report as inappropriate

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