Leave in conditioners are crucial for maintaining healthy curls. As winter approaches, taking good care of curls and moisturizing appropriately is crucial. Leave in conditioners are a completely different product from the one you'd use in the shower, and therefore should be approached differently. Here are the water based leave in conditioners for curls you should try.
Water Based Leave In Conditioners For Curls
Cantu Leave-In Conditioner:
This leave in conditioner has shea butter and natural oils that work together to help minimize breakage. It also helps manage split ends, and adds back in lost shine. It also helps reduce frizz so curls feel moisturized and healthy.
Aunt Jackie’s Quench Moisture Intensive Leave-In Conditioner:
This leave in works to reduce dryness in curls. It's extremely lightweight, making it a great choice for fine curls. It also creates great slip for detangling snarled up curls.
Paul Mitchell Leave-in Conditioner:
This conditioner is water based, which makes it a healthy choice for curls, as well as your scalp. It has Hawaiian Awapuhi, which helps to rebalance moisture in unbalanced hair, helps curls retain their bounce, and restores shine to lusterless locks.
Miss Jessie’s Leave In Condish:
If your curls are particularly dry, stressed, and tangled, consider picking up this leave in. It's great to use when your curls are a frizzy, tangled mess, and adds shine back in.
Giovanni Direct Leave-In Conditioner:
This leave-in conditioner is a saving grace for curls that have become dry or damaged. It offers a deeper conditioning to overly sensitized curls. After using this you'll notice your curls are smoother, softer, and easier to style.
When considering leave in conditioners, pick one that has moisturizing ingredients such as natural oils, water, and shea butters. These will help keep your curls hydrated, supple, and minimize shine. Learn more about curl care products here:
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