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Hair Conditioner & Balm

Is your hair damaged, hard to detangle, or does it lack shine? Try a hair conditioner – a fantastic product that restores its beautiful, healthy appearance. Or, if your hair needs immediate help, get a good hair balm and restore your mane to its former glory!

When and Why Should You Use a Conditioner?

You should use a conditioner every time you wash your hair with a shampoo. This is because shampoo opens the texture of your hair and conditioner closes it and smooths the hair down. It also protects your hair from mechanical damage and dryness, adds more gloss and helps with detangling.

But how do you find the perfect conditioner? Always choose based on your hair type or the desired results. Dehydrated and dull hair will hugely benefit from a moisturising conditioner for dry hair. If you’re sporting some gorgeous curls, get a conditioner for curly hair to maintain their texture. Oily hair needs a nourishing yet light product, and people with blonde hair will appreciate a brightening deep conditioner.

Special Types of Conditioner

  • Leave-in conditioner for hair: It saves time and can handle dull hair as well as detangling. Especially leave-in spray conditioner is very popular – just spray it on your hair, brush through, and you’re done.
  • Natural conditioner: Give your hair exceptional care without any synthetics. Your hair will be gorgeous and healthy, and have a lovely scent while you keep things environmentally friendly.
  • 2-in-1 shampoo and conditioner: Double effect in one product for anyone who needs to save some precious time in the bathroom.

How to Use Hair Conditioner?

  1. Always apply your conditioner after rinsing out your shampoo.
  2. Apply it ideally 2 to 3cm from the roots and down the length of your hair.
  3. Leave it in only for the amount of time recommended by the manufacturer. Hair conditioner usually has immediate effects, so don’t automatically think that leaving it in for longer will bring better results.

Hair Conditioner or Hair Balm?

The terms “hair conditioner” and “hair balm” often get mixed up. While a conditioner affects mostly the surface of the hair shaft, a hair balm should penetrate deeper into the structure of your hair and deal with the more serious problems.

Pick the best hair conditioner or hair balm by popular brands like Kérastase, Olaplex, Wella Professionals, Redken and many more.