HAIR CONDITIONERS( number of products: 221 )
Using the right hair conditioners is a very important part of effective hair care. The purpose of conditioners is to provide your hair with the right nutrients to improve its condition and strength. Depending on your hair type and needs, you can choose conditioners for hair, dry, highly porous, long or curly hair.
Natural products for curly hair
For curly hair care, the best products are those strictly designed for this hair type. Their ingredients and specially formulated formulas help accentuate the curl and eliminate frizz and static. Natural cosmetics for curly hair are the ideal option for those who are looking for gentle preparations based on natural plant extracts, gentle cleansing agents and substances that intensively care for the curls. They take care of the proper condition of the hair minimising the possibility of allergic reactions and irritation.
Protein conditioners for hair
Protein conditioners intensively restore damaged strands and naturally fill in micro-damage in the hair structure. They leave the hair regenerated, shiny and voluminous. The most common proteins used in conditioners are keratin, collagen, silk and oat proteins. Proteins are proteins used by the body to build our skin, muscles, nails and hair. Providing them in the form of a conditioner applied to the hair is a much more effective way than taking dietary supplements due to the metabolic reactions.
Leave-in conditioner is a way to restore shine and the desired look. They usually come in the form of a mist, which is easy to apply and fun to use. It is an absolute must-have for styling and caring for long hair! With this conditioner, you can easily take care of the condition of your hair and its beautiful appearance. Leave-in conditioner is also good for tangle-prone hair - it helps with detangling and static - and keeps tangles under control. Dry hair will also look better after such a makeover. A leave-in conditioner for curly hair is a really good idea, especially if you have curly hair that tends to frizz.