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MY Natural Beauty - Hair Conditioner

My Natural Beauty

Regular price $15.79

HAIR CONDITIONER with Argan Oil (Leave-in or Rinse-out)

Conditioner is an essential hair care product formulated to help hydrate, smooth, detangle, and protect your hair after shampooing. MY Natural Beauty Hair Conditioner is designed to deliver moisture to your hair. Shampooing can remove some of the natural oils from your hair, and may cause the cuticle layer around your hair strands to open and lift slightly, which makes your hair more vulnerable to damage. Our Hair Conditioner coats hair strands and reduces cuticle swelling to help protect delicate wet hair from damage due to towel drying or heat styling. In addition to adding moisture and helping to protect your hair from breakage and damage, the slipperiness of conditioner means that it may make detangling easier.

HAIR CONDITIONER USE:

When using conditioner, do not apply it to your roots. Using conditioner on the roots of your hair will cause your hair to be weighed down, reducing volume and bounce. To avoid hair that looks flat and lifeless, only apply your conditioner from the midsection of your hair to the tips (end). Pay special attention to the ends, because the hair there is the oldest and most vulnerable to breakage.

The amount of conditioner you should use can vary by hair type.
For fine and thin hair: Use less conditioner and completely rinse out for normal to oily hair. For those who have very dry and brittle hair, you can partially rinse out the conditioner. Style as needed.

For very thick and coarse hair: Use more conditioner and completely rinse out for normal to oily hair. For those who have very dry and brittle hair, you can partially rinse out the conditioner. Style as needed.

You should condition your hair every time you shampoo it. Conditioner helps to replenish some of the oils and moisture that get removed by your shampoo and helps detangling go more smoothly, which may reduce breakage, so it’s not a step you should skip.