Protect Your Hair, Use A Leave-In Conditioner

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Protect your hair, use a leave-in conditioner.

There are many conditioners on the market that have different purposes for the hair.  Instant conditioners, protein, moisturizer, deep treatments you name it.  They are available and all have a different purpose.  Some like the instant conditioner is designed to coat the hair shaft but it doesn’t penetrate through the cuticle layer to protect the hair strand from within.  These conditioners are normally light weight and typically can be applied daily without causing build up on the hair.  Protein conditioners were formulated to help strengthen the bonds of the hair, making the hair stronger as it penetrates into the hair shaft.  Moisturizing conditioners help to rehydrate dull, dry hair.  It helps to add shine while restoring moisture.

There are also natural conditioners like virgin coconut oil, jojoba oil, olive oil etc that can performed the same job or better than the store-bought formulated conditioners because these natural conditioners are pure and have not been chemically altered.  Another way to further protect your hair is by using a leave-in conditioner that serves as an added protection for your strands against heat, the environment, and they penetrate into the hair shaft to help rebuild the bonds.  The next time you condition your hair, to add more protection, use a leave-in treatment for your locks.

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