Let's Go DEEP: Battle of the Deep Conditioners

We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: deep conditioning is one of THE most important parts of a healthy hair care routine! No matter the hair type, texture, or concern, this step should remain an uncompromisable staple. Why? Deep conditioning is like therapy to our tresses. The product buildup, manipulation, and friction hair experiences on a daily basis can take effect on the look and overall health over time. Hair needs to regularly be restored with moisture and strength so that it can maintain its health and be ready for styling again.

 

For best results, we recommend applying a quality deep conditioner once a week (definitely no less than twice a month). Cover hair with a plastic cap and sit under a heated dryer for 15-40 minutes for added intensity!

 

Now that you’ve gotten the routine down, the question is, which deep conditioner should you choose for your hair? With a little help from our #EDENCurlfriends, we’re here to share some info to make the decision a little easier.

 



Color-treated or Breakage-prone?

 

JojOba Monoi Deep Conditioner

Improve elasticity and strengthen the hair shaft with this ultra-thick treatment! Formulated to help reduce + prevent breakage, this protein-free blend of JojOba and Monoi Oil restores the health of hair by replenishing it with nutrients. 



Featured #EDENCurlfriend: Khyra Joelle

 

 

Overall Dryness?

 

 

Coconut Shea Hair Masque Treatment

This creamy masque penetrates the hair shaft to transform dry, brittle tresses ​with the help of Coconut Oil, Shea Butter, and a number of other amazing ingredients! Use it to moisturize and deliver overall softer, stronger hair. 

 

 



Split Ends + Difficulty Detangling?

 

Almond Marshmallow Split End Repair Masque

Smooth, repair, and prevent frayed, damaged ends with this hair masque. Sweet Almond Oil and Marshmallow Root provide incredible slip for easy detangling to ensure that no strands get snagged in the process.

 

 Featured #EDENCurlfriend: Kim

 

In the comments below, be sure to tell us which deep conditioner is your favorite and why. 

 

See you next time!

 

 




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