Choosing the right conditioner for your hair type is crucial to achieving healthy, beautiful locks. Find out how leave-in conditioners, rinse-out conditioners, and deep conditioners work and differ from each other.
What's a Leave-In Conditioner?
Leave-in conditioners are applied to damp hair and left in the hair, without rinsing, to retain moisture. Leave-in conditioners are generally lightweight and free of oils, so they don't weigh the hair down. These products are best for keeping hair soft and shiny, and making hairstyles more manageable.
Is a Leave-In Conditioner for Me?
Leave-in conditioners are great for those with thin or fine hair. Consider Wella SP Volumize Leave-In Conditioner to add body whilst conditioning.
Leave-in conditioners are also good for people who want to add hydration between shampoos. Those with coarse or brittle hair can use a leave-in conditioner daily to top up moisture and make hair easier to style. We recommend KEVIN.MURPHY Staying.Alive