Products To Manage Breakage In Curls

We don’t know about you, but we hate to find handfuls of curls in our shower after a wash. If you’re noticing an excessive amount of broken off curls around, you might be dealing with breakage. While it can’t be completely stopped, it can be managed. Here are great products to manage breakage in curls. Give some of these suggestions a go, and let us know what you think.

Products To Manage Breakage In Curls

Products To Manage Breakage In Curls

Aphogee Two Step Protein Treatment  

This treatment is quite strong, so should be used carefully. A little will go a long way and it shouldn’t be used too often. This two step treatment will help damaged curls, especially if damaged by heat or chemical treatments. It adds back in missing or lost protein for stronger curl integrity.

Saphira Mineral Mud Mineral Hair Healing Treatment  

If your curls were particularly damaged after a color treatment, pick up this healing treatment. This is another product where a little goes a long way, which helps justify the higher price tag. It helps replace lost moisture while restoring protein.

BrioGeo Dont Despair Repair Deep Conditioning Mask  

This one works great for curls that have been quite damaged, or just need an extra boost of moisture. Also, it has nourishing avocado and argan oils to replace lost moisture to damaged strands. The biotin will help curls regain their structure for more definition.

Cantu Shea Butter Grow Strong Strengthening Treatment

This is an affordable and easy to find product, making it great for the curly girl on a budget. Start by massaging it into the scalp to help enhance curl growth. Work it through the strands to help revitalize struggling locks. It has an amazing smell, which is an added bonus.

SheaMoisture Yucca & Plantain Anti-Breakage Strengthening Masque

First of all, we haven’t met a SheaMoisture product we don’t love, and this masque is no exception. If your curls are feeling brittle, slather on this masque. While excessive damage can’t be repaired, it can be managed until you can get in to see your stylist for a trim.

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