The Top Hair Products For Damaged Hair

The Top Hair Products For Damaged Hair

The best products for healthier looking hair

With all the hair products out there, how do you know which ones work and which ones do not? If you are like most women, you probably have a stash of hair products under your bathroom counter that you probably only used once or twice, then you set them aside after realizing that none of them lived up to their claims. All you want is to fix your dry and damaged hair without spending hundreds of dollars. Check out this list of the top hair products for damaged hair. You will be guaranteed healthier, shiner hair in no time.

Finding a good shampoo is one of the key components to preventing dry and damaged hair. InStyle Magazine has named Kerastase Bain Satin, a vitamin infused shampoo, Best Buy for several years in a row. Bain Satin is one of the top hair products for damaged hair because it contains cationic polymers that not only target hair damage but also cut down on frizz. After shampooing, you will want to follow up with a good conditioner. Palvin-Bid Capillary Mask Deep Conditioner and Reconstructor is among the top products for damaged hair because it penetrates the hair strands and reconstructs hair from the inside and out. Its ingredients include jojoba oil, which stabilizes and maintains the appropriate moisture balance for hair, while silicone oil infuses the hair structure with body and shine.

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by EricaF123 Friday, December 28, 2012 at 11:16AM Report as inappropriate

Thanks for the informative post! I've been using Pro Naturals Moroccan Argan oil to tackle damage and so far it has worked really well to strengthen and repair my hair. I recommend it a lot :) I thought it would be greasy but it isn't so I'm happy.

by laura_wolfhart Sunday, September 9, 2012 at 02:36PM Report as inappropriate

moroccan oil i want to try that!!!!

by Mishashawnea Thursday, March 22, 2012 at 05:50PM Report as inappropriate

I'm not sure about putting oil in my hair...

by hananoire Thursday, March 22, 2012 at 11:51AM Report as inappropriate

I really need to find a good deep conditioner. I have accumulated a lot of shampoos and conditioners, pretty sure a deep conditioner is what I need. There are a lot of at home hair masks you can do as well. I just recently did one with banana (make sure you puree it good enough though) and it smelled amazing as well as helped my hair out a lot.

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