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The 3 Deep Conditioners You Should Be Using On Your Curls

by Chelsea Castonguay
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Using a deep conditioner is an integral part of your curl care regime. Many curly girls use only a rinse out or leave in conditioner, thinking this is enough to moisturize their curls. It's as important (if not more important) to know what brands and types of deep conditioners you should be using. Deep conditioners are thick and luxurious in feeling, and provide a deep conditioning by penetrating the curl's cuticle.

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1. Shea Moisture JBCO Strengthen, Growth & Restore Treatment Masque:

This line always delivers with its moisturizing ingredients such as coconut oil and shea butter. However, this masque packs an extra punch by adding Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein and Castor Seed Oil to give your curls the extra shot of protein they need. You can add this masque into your curl care regime every 4-6 weeks if your curls are healthy. If they are damaged, consider using it weekly.



2. Mielle Organics Babassu Oil Mint Deep Conditioner:

This luxurious deep conditioner helps balance moisture and protein in dry, damaged curls. Finding a good balance between moisture and protein can be difficult when it comes to curly hair, and this product will be especially useful if your curls are lacking in protein or you're suffering hygral fatigue.

honey mask


3. TGIN Honey Miracle Hair Mask:

If your curls are very dry and craving moisture, this mask is for you! If your curls have protein sensitivity, this product will be great for you, especially if you have dry or damaged curls.  This mask is loaded with moisturizing ingredients like honey, aloe juice, olive oil, and  jojoba oil. This product works great with heat to help it more deeply penetrate your cuticle.

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