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What conditioner would you recommend for super dry hair (that smells good too)?


 
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Originally Posted by smallpuppy What conditioner would you recommend for super dry hair (that smells good too)?
My hair isn't quite super dry but I love Aussie 3 minute miracle, it smells pretty nice too.
 
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I use the Herbal Essences conditioner too and i love it. My hair is super dry and I was having all sorts or trouble with it until I started using Herbal Essence. It is cheap, which is why i didn't try it earlier - I figured i had to pay a lot for it to work.

Charmaine: that is a good idea about using a spritz not and then!

 
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I love Moisture Maniac by Tigi. Smells like pineapple and is a saviour for my dry hair.

 
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I would try Biolage's Ultra Hydrating Conditioning Balm... it's awesome!


And Welcome Terri! I'm Janelle from NY - nice to meet you!

 
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ive been using pantene smooth and sleek and i LOVE LOVE LOVE it, smells awesome too, i cant stand fruity hair products and this is just a clean smell.

 
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Originally Posted by simplykrazy07 ive been using pantene smooth and sleek and i LOVE LOVE LOVE it, smells awesome too, i cant stand fruity hair products and this is just a clean smell. Pantene is nice, but it has a lot of waxes, so you have to be careful to really rinse it out good if you have oily or fine hair
 
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Oh... BTW - ALL Biolage products are on sale a Ulta... 2 for $15. You cxan mix n' match too


I got the Fortifying Heat Styler & the Ultra Conditioning Balm today actually
(love that stuff!)

 
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For very dry hair look for a conditioner that contains some of the following, and the closer the ingredients are to the front of the list the better.

- Jojoba Oil, Hemp Oil, Avacado Oil, Emu Oil, Glycerin, Panthenol ( Vitamin B5), Algae Extracts( not common but it's a good humectants), Silk protein, Wheat protein, Soy Protein( especially good for dry hair types), Amino Acids, Collagen, Rosemary Essential oil, Lavendar Essential Oil.

If you can find a conditioner with some of these ingredeints it should help a lot, especially the Emu Oil, which does wonders for hair and a recent study showed it helped reactivate dormant hair follicles by 30%.

good luck and keep us posted if you find a product that works=)

Originally Posted by NYAngel98 Oh... BTW - ALL Biolage products are on sale a Ulta... 2 for $15. You cxan mix n' match too


I got the Fortifying Heat Styler & the Ultra Conditioning Balm today actually
(love that stuff!)

 
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Originally Posted by NYAngel98 I would try Biolage's Ultra Hydrating Conditioning Balm... it's awesome!


And Welcome Terri! I'm Janelle from NY - nice to meet you!

I did try that and it just wasn't moisturizing enough..I got better results with Nexxus Humectress
 
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Anything by Nexxus is great. Super mosturizing and great especially if you color you hair. I suggest Keraphix and Humectress. A little pricey but well worth it!

 
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Originally Posted by smallpuppy I did try that and it just wasn't moisturizing enough..I got better results with Nexxus Humectress
Really? For me its the opposite, the Nexxus was too light. Needed something thicker..
 

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