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Hair conditioners: The 20 best daily care products of 2024

Do you want to look after your hair effectively? Find out which hair conditioners the experts recommend!

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29 April, 2024
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If you want to enjoy silky, shiny, healthy and strong hair, be aware that you won't achieve lasting results in one day. Effective hair care involves not only the best shampoos, but also hair masks, oils and conditioners.

Particularly if you frequently use tools and accessories to style your hair, conditioner is the most important investment that you should think carefully about.

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From this article you will learn:

  • What are the best hair conditioners recommended by experts
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  • Why hair care is so important and how to do it effectively
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  • How to choose the perfect hair conditioner and which ingredients to pay special attention to
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Best hair conditioners - TOP 13 products ranking

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Let's be clear straight away: there is no single best hair conditioner. Every hair type has its own individual needs, so together with cosmetologist, Catherine Srebr, we have prepared a list of the best products by hair characteristics.

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  • customer reviews,
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Take a look at it and give your hair new life!

Conditioners for curly hair

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The basis of working with curly hair is regularity and consistency in following certain procedures. 

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First of all, decide whether your curly hair suits you on a day-to-day basis and determine your course of action based on this. If you want it to look healthy, bouncy and defined, forgo using a straightening iron or blow-drying without a diffuser. This is the only way to find common ground with curly hair and figure out which hair products to reach for.
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Catherine Silver.

Katarzyna SrebrCosmetologist

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The primary goal of curl care is to moisturise, close the cuticle and protect the hair from water escape. To do this, use oils, conditioners and masks, as well as the right cleansing products that take into account the needs of both hair and scalp.

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John Frieda Frizz Ease Dream Curls

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Strong Moisturising
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Soft and nourished hair with full regeneration.

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Active ingredients: malic acid, olive oil, jojoba oil, glycerine

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This is a conditioner with a highly moisturising and smoothing effect. It makes combing easier and restores softness to the hair. The ingredients include glycine, which is a component of keratin - the main building block of hair. It is therefore worth using to regenerate and rebuild the hair structure. In addition, it will weigh down fine, loose and unruly hair.
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Catherine Silver.

Katarzyna SrebrCosmetologist

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Kallos Lab 35

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Paraben-free
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Shiny, smooth and shiny hair thanks to vitamin B and emollients.

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Active ingredients: citric acid, olive oil, niacinamide, pantothenic acid, vitamin C derivatives, antioxidants

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A very good budget option for those struggling with frizz and static. Noteworthy for its content of B vitamins and emollients to leave hair shiny, smooth and glossy, and curls naturally highlighted.
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Katarzyna SrebrCosmetologist

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TRESemme Keratin Smooth

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Innovative Formula
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Hydration from the first use.

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Active ingredients: keratin hydrolysate, lactic acid, marula oil

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This is not a product exclusively for curly hair, but because of its formula, it will manage it perfectly. Hair will be visibly humidified after the first use. The conditioner will work well in duo with an oil, which will further protect the hair from damage from external factors.
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Catherine Silver.

Katarzyna SrebrCosmetologist

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Davines Love Almond

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Immediate Effects
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End unruly hair without vigour!

Active ingredients: glycerine, panthenol, citric acid, sweet almond fruit extract, vitamin E 

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Davines Love Almond is a premium emollient conditioner. Ideal for curly and wavy hair that struggles to define a twist. If your hair is unruly, coarse, lacks vigour, tangles and breaks frequently - this product could be a hit. After just the first application, styling curls becomes easier.
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Catherine Silver.

Katarzyna SrebrCosmetologist

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See also how you can take even better care of your hair:

Conditioners for coloured, dry and damaged hair

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Hair is a dead structure that will not rebuild itself without external help. Often their condition deteriorates as a result of frequent styling with a flat iron, curling iron or hairdryer or too infrequent trimming of the ends, perms or colouring. 

Hair colouring is a very important part of hair care.

Colouring is a chemical process that can dry out, cause micro-damage and make hair dull and brittle. Despite this, women are very keen to colour their hair. For some, it is a way to quickly change their image, for others it is a necessity and the only way to cover grey highlights - each of these motives is valid. 

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I would also encourage you not to expose coloured hair to the sun - UV rays cause colours to fade more quickly. High temperatures when drying your hair after washing are also inadvisable, as they severely weaken the hair follicles and can also cause greasiness. If you already expose your hair to the sun's rays, be sure to use a special UV filter cosmetic on your hair.
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Piotr Sierpinski.

Piotr Sierpinski celebrity hairdresser and stylist

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There is no point in being persuaded to stop this type of treatment - provided that hair and scalp are properly cared for both before and after colouring.
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Catherine Silver.

Katarzyna Srebrcosmetologist

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Kerastese Chroma Absolu Fondant Cica Chroma

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Intensive Regeneration
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Prolongs colour fastness and strengthens weakened hair.

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Active ingredients: Asian meniscus extract, arginine, tartaric acid, lactic acid, acetic acid 

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Strongly regenerating and strengthening conditioner dedicated to hair with defects, dryness and weakened by chemical exposure. It is worth using immediately after colouring to prolong the life of the colour. The product is also perfect for people who colour their hair regularly and frequently - it will be a substitute for professional regeneration treatments.
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Catherine Srebr.

Katarzyna SrebrCosmetologist

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Matrix Total Results Keep Me Vivid Pearl Infusion

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High Performance
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Softness and smoothness without strain

Active ingredients: citric acid, acetic acid, pearl powder, glycerine 

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I particularly recommend this conditioner for post-bleaching hair that has trouble combing wet or dry. It efficiently "disciplines" the hair, smooths and softens it. With regular use, it is said to protect colour from fading and discolouration. It is not heavy, so people with fine hair can use it without fear. In addition, it has a pleasant fragrance and is very efficient.
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Catherine Silver.

Katarzyna SrebrCosmetologist

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Milk Shake Color Care

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With Milk Protein
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Full recovery and hydration from the very first use.

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Active ingredients: milk proteins, sunflower seed oil, citric acid, glycerine 

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The conditioner not only perfectly smooths the hair, but also helps to maintain the right level of moisture. Hair feels extremely silky and regenerated after use. I recommend it especially after unsuccessful and unmanageable colouring or perms.
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Catherine Silver.

Katarzyna SrebrCosmetologist

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Goldwell Dualsenses Rich Repair

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Additional Thermal Protection
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Ideal for brittle and damaged hair - all over.

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Active ingredients: intraLipid complex, microPROtec complex, flexPROtec complex, silk proteins from pashmina  

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It is perfect for brittle, coarse and damaged hair - importantly, not just on the ends, but throughout its length. The proteins and amino acids contained in the formulation, which penetrate deep between the hair cuticles, are responsible for deep regeneration. The technologies used provide additional thermo-protection and UV protection. 
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Catherine Silver.

Katarzyna SrebrCosmetologist

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L'biotica Biovax Opuntia Oil & Mango

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Sulfate-free
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Smoothes and prevents hair breakage.

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Active ingredients: prickly pear oil, mango butter, glycerine, D-panthenol 

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Biovax masks and conditioners have been very popular for years. This product will come in handy for hair prone to severe dryness and split ends. It makes combing easier, nourishes and regenerates, plus it has a beautiful fragrance that lasts a long time on the hair.
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Catherine Silver.

Katarzyna SrebrCosmetologist

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Conditioners for blonde and grey hair

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Lightening is one of the most aggressive procedures you can subject your hair to, which is why blonde hair care products are given higher expectations. The same is true for grey hair preparations.

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Hair care products should be as moisturising as possible. It is the escape of water from the hair structure that is the main problem with bleached hair.
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Catherine Silver.

Katarzyna SrebrCosmetologist

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An additional difficulty lies in maintaining a cool hair shade. Over time, blonde and grey hair falls into warm, yellow tones, mostly undesirable.

Conditioners for people with bleached hair should contain keratin, emollients and blue and purple pigments to neutralise unwanted reflections.

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L'Oreal Professionnel Serie Expert Blondifier

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Professional Formula
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Strengthened and soft hair with a three-dimensional effect.

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Active ingredients: coconut oil, vitamin E, acai berry extract  

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Professional conditioner to strengthen bleached hair - smooths, regenerates and provides instant shade cooling. It has a light texture, perfectly softens and makes it easy to comb. After application, blonde hair takes on a remarkable three-dimensionality.
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Catherine Silver.

Katarzyna SrebrCosmetologist

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L'Oreal Professionnel Serie Expert Silver

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Protection and Shine
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Professional conditioner for use at home.

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Active ingredients: lactic acid, tartaric acid, babassu oil, salicylic acid, glycerin 

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One of the strongest brightening conditioners for home use available on the market. I particularly recommend it for those with grey, platinum or virtually white hair. It does an excellent job of neutralising yellow tones, while perfectly covering the hair structure and acting like a bandage against chemical and physical damage.
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Catherine Silver.

Katarzyna SrebrCosmetologist

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Syoss Blonde & Silver

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Vegan Formula
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Natural composition perfectly composed for unruly hair

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Natural ingredients for unruly hair.

Active ingredients: salicylic acid, glycine, tea oil, citric acid 

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A toning conditioner at excellent value for money. To its credit, the formula is vegan - it contains at least 90% organic ingredients. It will be liked by frizzy, unruly and difficult to style hair. It is very efficient, plus it comes in a large packet (as much as 440 ml!).
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Catherine Silver.

Katarzyna SrebrCosmetologist

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Redken Blondage High Bright

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Intensive Care
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The perfect shade of blonde in three steps and instant results.

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Active ingredients: vitamin C, chelating agents, Brightening Care Complex - brightening complex, citric acid, glycerin

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Aimed at those who want their bleached hair to look like they've been to the hairdresser's after every wash. Great for dealing with unwanted yellow tones, intensely moisturises, doesn't weigh it down, adds shine and conditions. Please note - the product is so strong that I do not recommend using it immediately after colour treatments, but only after a few washes with gentle cosmetics.
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Catherine Silver.

Katarzyna SrebrCosmetologist

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Other hair conditioners worth your attention

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Faith in Nature Aloe Vera

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Easy to comb and prevents hair breakage.

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Smooths and prevents frizz. Natural ingredients (at least 99%) nourish and give shine.

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OGX Brazilian Keratin Smooth 

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Ideal for straight, wavy and curly hair.

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Rightens and smooths hair fibres, strengthens hair and adds shine with a rich keratin protein formula.

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Yves Rocher - Restorative conditioner with jojoba oil

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More than 98% natural ingredients for strong and nourished hair.

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Conditioner regenerates and moisturises even severely damaged hair, which becomes stronger and less brittle.

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Revlon Professional Equave Blonde

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Rinse-free conditioner with good-for-you ingredients.

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Diphasic spray conditioner designed for blonde hair - natural and coloured. It makes detangling easier, moisturises and regenerates damaged fibres and gives hair a silky shine.

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Davines OI Roucou Oil

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Gentle care will add vitality to your hair and increase its volume.

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Universal conditioner for all hair types. Its main ingredient is roucou tree seed oil. Thanks to beta-carotene and other antioxidants, it effectively strengthens the hair and protects it from external factors.

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Yves Rocher Shine Restoring Conditioner with calendula extract

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Healthy shine for your hair.

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The conditioner smooths the hair fibre, strengthens its structure and nourishes it. As many as 99% of the ingredients are of natural origin.

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Alfaparf Milano Semi di Lino Moisture

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Silky soft and moisturised hair with intense colour.

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The leave-in conditioner for dry hair deeply moisturises and smooths hair fibres and, thanks to a combination of UVA and UVB filters with antioxidants, protects the colour from fading from the sun, thus prolonging its intensity.

Conditioner for dry hair.

See how else you can take extra care of your beauty:

Why is daily hair care and conditioning so important? 

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Beautiful and healthy hair does not come out of nowhere. It cannot be achieved overnight. Cosmetologist, Katarzyna Srebr advises:

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Hair is exposed to factors that weaken it every day. The most common are temperature changes, UV radiation, too low or too high air humidity. Therefore, daily hair care is just as important as daily skin care. The key is to be systematic - this is the only way to achieve long-lasting results.
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Catherine Srebr.

Katarzyna SrebrCosmetologist

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You can't do it without the right cosmetics.

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How to choose the perfect conditioner for your hair

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Certain products should be chosen primarily based on your hair type, as well as the problems you face and the results,  you want to achieve.

The hair conditioners you use on a daily basisand have primarily: 

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  • improve the condition of the hair,
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  • help with detangling,
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  • minimise the effect of frizz,
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  • reduce static electricity,
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  • hydrate and regenerate strands,
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What ingredients to look for in hair conditioners?

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Hair with different characteristics needs different ingredients to meet its specific needs. Be sure to read the label before you buy and check that you find these compounds and substances.

Oily hair

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Seek products rich in natural antibacterial and cleansing ingredients (e.g. lemonand). It's also worth looking for aloe vera - it calms the scalp and helps with seborrhoeic dermatitisand.

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Hair with a tendency to fall out

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Your saviour may be products with biotin in the formulation (think supplementation too). Studiesand have shown that it promotes hair growth and prevents hair loss. Rosemary oil improves circulation and promotes hair growthand.

Curly hair

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First and foremost look for argan oil in conditioners to restore moisture, softness and bounce .

Thin and weakened hair

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In conditioners for such hair, it is worth looking for, among other things, caffeine, which stimulates and promotes hair growth .

Dry and brittle hair

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Products with avocado  and with olive oil  will effectively moisturise dry and brittle hair. In this case, it is also worth reaching for conditioners with argan oil. One study  from 2017 found that shea butter improves condition, strengthens hair and makes it more resistant to breakage.

Frizzy hair

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For this hair type, look for products rich in, among other things, coconut oil, which will nourish it and help fight frizzand.

Lightened and damaged hair

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Hair is negatively affected by colouring, heat styling and inadequate care. In order to combat these negative factors, it is worth stocking up on products that will help smooth, soften and strengthen hair. These will include, first and foremost, moisturising oils or glycerine, which, thanks to its ability to retain moisture, is extremely beneficial to the condition of the scalpand. And as we all know, healthy hair starts "in" the scalp.

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Wavy hair

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Similar to curly hair, the key to proper care, will be to moisturise first and foremost. Therefore, look for ingredients such as avocado, argan oil, coconut oil or jojoba oiland.

Of course, these are just the most popular ones. 

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Every hair is different and it is not possible to create one 'set' of ingredients for all. It is certainly worth looking in conditioners for substances that occur naturally in the hair, i.e. keratin, amino acids and ceramides.
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Catherine Srebr.

Katarzyna SrebrCosmetologist

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Conditioners and hair care products are one thing. You can also take care of them from the inside by providing them with a comprehensive set of nutrients that promote hair growth and structure, protect against damage and give them renewed shine!" 

Are there any ingredients I need to particularly avoid?

Surely you have more than once encountered statements that "parabens are evil!", "I only choose silicone-free products!", "SLS and SLES are toxic!". These are very categorical statements with great power... marketing power. And what does the science say about them?"

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SLS and SLES

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Both SLS (Sodium Laureth Sulfate, or sodium lauryl sulphate) and SLES (Ammonium Laureth Sulfate, or ammonium lauryl sulphate) are strong cleansing, emulsifying and foaming detergents that often appear in cosmetics and skin care products. Many myths have grown up around these two compounds over the years and they have been given the label of being extremely dangerous in the ongoing narrative. However, this is not reflected in scientific researchand.

Of course, both substances show irritant properties. However, according to the experts at Cosmetic Ingredient Review (CIR), they appear safe in current formulations if not used continuouslyand. They also need to be rinsed thoroughly from the scalp. In products intended for prolonged skin contact, their concentration should not exceed 1% .

In contrast, another study suggests that hair wash and care products without these compounds can slow down colour fading after colouring - both tonerand hair dye.

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Parabens

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These are compounds found virtually everywhere: from food and cleaning products to cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. They are used primarily as preservatives and are currently the best researched substances of their kind.

Parabens are also used as a preservative.

They have been controversial for years, and there is debate around the world as to whether they are safe. Parabens are readily absorbed by the human body , and can therefore cause a number of endocrine and hormonal disorders 

On the other hand, based on the available literatureand, it is not possible to state unequivocally what their actual effects on human health are - more detailed research is needed for this.

A team of experts affiliated with the Cosmetic Ingredient Review, in their report , concluded that 20 of the 21 most commonly used parabens are safe in current concentrations and use practices, as long as their total content does not exceed 0.8% by volume of the product. At the same time, it was stressed that there is insufficient data on the safety of benzylparaben in cosmetics. The concentration of individual parabens is defined in the European Parliament Regulation of 30 November 2009and concerning cosmetic products.

Silicones

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Silicones have been present in cosmetics since the 1950s  - initially in skin care products, over time they began to appear in hair preparations. They make hair smoother and silky shiny. The most popular of these is dimethicone, which protects hair from damage and also has a smoothing effect . However, not everyone will be happy with the effects of products with it in them, as it weighs hair down.

One study  found that the use of natural plant oils strengthens hair structure, softens hair and improves detangling. In comparison, the effect of the silicones used was only superficial.

Products with silicones allow you to achieve immediate results, but you must not base your daily care solely on them. Apply them to the ends of your votes rather than the scalp.

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Important!

Have you noticed that your hair needs extra support, is brittle and thin, starting to fall out and breaking frequently? Consider seeing a specialist (endocrinologist, trichologist). Beforehand, perform detailed examinations (e.g. thyroid) to identify the source of the problem and plan an appropriate solution.

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The condition of your hair, skin and nails also depends on mental wellbeing and healthy sleep. Read how you can take care of them:

Choosing the right conditioner for your hair is not easy. Hopefully this will no longer be a problem for you now. If you still have any questions, ask them in the comments. We will answer them all!

Summary

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Remember:

  • Hair conditioner should be one of the key elements in your daily hair care regimen.
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  • Choosing a particular product should depend on the characteristics of your hair and the results you want to achieve.
  • The following is a summary of what you need to know.
  • First of all, look for natural ingredients on hair conditioner labels to help strengthen, soften and moisturise your hair.
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  • Don't trust advertising and marketing messages uncritically in your purchasing decisions - trust science and the professionals you can turn to for help or advice.

FAQ

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. How to apply a hair conditioner.

In addition to the formulation itself, the effectiveness of conditioner is also affected by how you apply it and how long you leave it on your hair. Here are some tips:

  • Apply conditioner to wet hair. Evenly distribute the conditioner, starting from the mid-lengths to the bottom of the hair.
  • If you have oily hair, the conditioner should be applied to your hair.
  • If you have oily hair, apply from the middle of the hair length. For curls and frizzy hair, start closer to the roots and distribute thoroughly to moisturise.
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  • Leave the conditioner on your hair for a few minutes or so so that all the ingredients can work properly. Check the manufacturer's recommendations beforehand.
  • Rinse your hair thoroughly before drying and styling it.
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If the manufacturer recommends it, you can also apply the conditioner to dry hair. The so-called OMO technique (conditioner-wash-conditioner) also has good results.

. How often should you use conditioner on your hair?.

Only regular and systematic hair care will bring the desired results. Therefore, use a hair conditioner as often as possible after every wash or according to the manufacturer's suggestions.

. What are good hair conditioners?.

The best hair conditioners should be selected according to the needs of your hair. Daily use is supposed to improve the condition of your hair, moisturise it, promote hair regeneration and help with detangling. There is no single set of ingredients for every hair type. Look for substances in the formulation that naturally occur in the hair, namely keratin, ceramides and amino acids.

. How do humectant hair conditioners work?.

Humectants are substances and compounds with strong hygroscopic (they bind water molecules) and moisturising properties. Popular humectants include aloe vera, honey, panthenol, glycerine or hyaluronic acid. Above all, humectant conditioners are designed to deeply moisturise your hair and also your scalp. This is what dull, coarse, tired and lacklustre hair needs.

Humectant conditioners are a must.

Remember: If you use products with humectants in your daily hair care routine, it is essential to supplement it with cosmetics with emollients. Without them, stored water will simply evaporate.

Remember: If you use humectants in your daily hair care, be sure to supplement it with emollients.

. Can hair conditioner expire?.

Yes, hair conditioners can expire. Depending on the formulation, unopened conditioner can stand for up to three years. The expiry date is indicated on the packaging - either on the bottom or on the side of the packaging. A visible sign of 'spoilage' of a product will be a marked change in consistency.

. What comes first - shampoo or conditioner?.

The OMO method is a popular hair washing method among hair geeks, and is particularly recommended for those with damaged hair. A moisturising conditioner is first applied to wet hair. Next, the hair is washed with a mild shampoo. Finally, the conditioner is applied again. Regularly washing your hair using the OMO method will leave it smoother, more nourished and shinier.

. First a mask or conditioner?.

In the OMO method (conditioner-wash-conditioner), apply conditioner to the hair first. Thoroughly distribute it over the strands and leave it on for a few minutes. Rinse out the conditioner and wash your hair thoroughly. In the final step, instead of a second conditioner, you can use a mask chosen to suit your hair's needs.

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