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The classic rinse-out conditioner is applied to wet, freshly washed hair and rinsed out after a minute or two. Shampoo can be drying, so conditioner is used to rehydrate, strengthen, and protect strands.
Leave-in conditioners are the best way to treat heat damage, dullness, and dryness on all hair types. They also boost shine, moisturize the hair.
Deep conditioners have more concentrated emollient and humectant ingredients and are left on the hair longer than daily conditioners. Most people can use a deep conditioner once per week.
Cleansing conditioners provide the best of both worlds. They are generally created with mild and gentle ingredients, making them able to clean the hair and scalp, remove minimal product and product build up without stripping the hair of all of natural oils.
Volumizing conditioners add lift and fullness to the hair — the goal is a formula that washes away cleanly, without leaving residue behind.
Protein conditioners are used to strengthen the hair by adding in protein and amino acids. The purpose of a protein conditioner is to rebuild damage that has occurred to the hair follicle.
Moisturizing conditioners focus on just that adding moisture in order to soften the hair, make your hair easier to manipulate, and “waters” your hair so to speak. Moisturizing conditioners provide nourishment to your hair by depositing moisturizing ingredients on to the hair.