The Difference Between A Deep Conditioner and a Hair Masque

The Difference Between A Deep Conditioner and a Hair Masque

When it comes to achieving luxuriously healthy hair, you need to know the right products to use, because this can make all the difference in how your coils look and feel. With so many hair care products to choose from, deep conditioners and hair masques are essential treatments for maintaining and restoring hair health. But what is the difference between a deep conditioner and a hair masque? Learn about each treatment in this post!



What is a Deep Conditioner?

A deep conditioner is a rich, moisturizing treatment designed to penetrate the hair shaft and provide amazing hydration. Unlike regular leave-in conditioners which are typically used for daily or frequent conditioning, deep conditioners are formulated to be more powerful and are used less frequently.

Key Benefits:

How to Use a Deep Conditioner

Depending on the condition of your hair, it’s recommended to use a deep conditioner like our Lavender Aloe Anti-Breakage Deep Conditioner once a week. However, if your hair feels dry then you can condition 1-2 times a week. Our Lavender Aloe Anti-Breakage Deep Conditioner is a powerful blend of lavender oil + aloe vera. The oil helps battle against hair loss and protect against any further damage. Aloe vera helps replenish and moisturize dry hair and combat scale issues. Treat your locks with this luxurious deep conditioner!



What is a Hair Masque?

A hair masque is a treatment packed with nourishing ingredients designed to deeply repair and rejuvenate the hair. Hair masques are often richer and more concentrated than deep conditioners, aimed at addressing specific hair issues.

Key Benefits:

  • Repair⎯Hair masques are formulated to repair damage from chemical treatments, heat styling, and environmental stressors.
  • Restoration⎯They help restore the natural elasticity and strength of the hair, preventing future damage.
  • Nourishment⎯Hair masques are loaded with vitamins, oils, and natural extracts that provide overall nourishment to the hair and scalp.

How to Use a Hair Masque?

Hair masques are typically used weekly for extremely dry, damaged hair, and our Coconut Shea Hair Masque Treatment has coconut oil + shea butter to help rejuvenate dry and brittle hair to its natural shine. They are a great addition to your normal wash day routine. When using our hair masque treatment, apply to clean, damp hair, and leave it on for a minimum of 15 minutes. For a deeper penetration inside the hair cuticle, sit under a hooded dryer, steamer or heated deep conditioning cap.


Both deep conditioners and hair masques play important roles in maintaining and restoring hair health. Understanding the key differences between them allows you to tailor your hair care routine to your specific needs, ensuring your tresses are shiny, healthy, and beautiful. Whether you choose a deep conditioner for regular hydration or a hair masque for intensive repair, incorporating these treatments into your hair care regimen can make a significant difference. So give your hair the love and care it deserves!

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