Everyone’s hair suffers from damage caused by regular styling, chemicals, hot tools, humidity/heat, sun exposure, and more. Deep conditioning could be the key to bringing your hair back to its former glory!
Here’s a quick pro-tip: Even if your hair isn’t damaged, deep conditioning is an excellent preventative treatment to support your healthy-looking hair. If you already have sleek, salon-fresh hair, you may wonder if deep conditioning is necessary? Yes! All hair requires regular deep conditioning. Your hair will benefit from the hydrating and nurturing ingredients of deep conditioners. After a proper deep condition session, your hair will look shinier, feel softer and silkier, and be far more manageable.
Benefits of Deep Conditioning
Deep conditioning replenishes all epicuticle, cell membrane complex, cortex, fatty acids, lipids, and ceramides.
Deep conditioner’s ingredients are carefully designed to soften and hydrate hair damaged by chemical exposure, such as hair color, and heat exposure caused by curling irons and the sun, for example. Deep conditioning also assists in improving hair elasticity by restoring valuable moisture and is very important for preventing hair breakage.
How often should I deep condition my hair?
Every person and every head of hair has different conditioning needs. Deep conditioning 2-4 times per month is suitable for most people. If your hair is seriously damaged or dry, you should think about deep conditioning once a week.
Tips for successful deep conditioning
Leaving a deep conditioner on your hair for 5-30 minutes (read the label!) should give your hair plenty of time to absorb those glorious nutrients and hydration-boosting vitamins that deep conditioners provide. There are a handful of different ways you can deep condition your hair: If deep conditioning in the shower, it’s best practice to apply the conditioner first and leave it on while you take care of your other business as the steam will help your hair absorb the conditioner better.
Deep conditioning can only do so much, however. There are some types of common hair damage that deep conditioning alone won’t be able to fix...
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