How To Use Deep Conditioners For Damaged Hair

How To Use Deep Conditioners For Damaged Hair

A simple guide to using deep conditioners for damaged hair

When your hair is starting to feel dry and dull, it is time to invest in a deep conditioner. Deep conditioners for damaged hair are the ideal treatment because they are more powerful than the average conditioner and work to restore the health and vitality back into your hair. It is recommended to apply a deep conditioning treatment to your hair at least twice a week, then once your hair begins to look and feel more healthy you can cut back that time to once a week. If you spend your days out in the sun, swim in a pool or color your hair frequently then you are definitely a candidate for a deep conditioner. Read 11 Best Deep Conditioners for a list of great deep conditioners for damaged hair.

When shopping for deep conditioners for damaged hair, you want one that contains keratin and says on the label that it is specifically for dry or damaged hair. Leave the product on your hair for ten to thirty minutes, depending on the extent of damage, and apply from the roots of your scalp to the very tips of your hair. For extra conditioning benefits, you can use a blowdryer over your wet hair while the conditioner is still on it in order to help hair retain moisture. Do this for fifteen minutes and then rinse. For a potent hair conditioner cocktail, combine a regular conditioner, a leave in conditioner, a deep conditioner and a hair mask into a bowl and then apply to hair, leaving on for several minutes before rinsing out. Check out 8 Best Leave In Conditioners for more great conditioners that will whip your hair into shape.

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very helpful

by LittleBunny Wednesday, January 30, 2013 at 08:50PM Report as inappropriate

thank you so much, it's really helpful, I use thank you for the recommendation, right now I'm using pro naturals moroccan argan oil hair conditioner which is really good for restoring damaged hair and leaves my hair soft , shiny and healthy. :D

by monique07 Monday, September 10, 2012 at 09:59AM Report as inappropriate

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