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3 Ways to Enhance Your Conditioner


Life gets really busy, wash days are hard to come by, and your wash routine gets shortened. Sometimes a girl just doesn't have enough time to deep condition. Sometimes you only have time to wash and condition your hair, without worrying about a deep treatment.

 Here's another scenario: you just purchased a new conditioner and noticed that it doesn't have enough slip, or it isn't moisturizing enough. You'd shouldn't give up and toss it out, because there's hope!

 Last scenario: your favorite conditioner is about to run out and it's wash day. Many of the steps below will help you to make your conditioner stretch until your next shopping trip.

 Here are three ways to boost your conditioner:
Add Oils - Oils are a great addition to any natural hair regimen and can certainly boost your conditioner. When added to conditioner, oils often add slip (which is when the product coats your hair and makes detangling a breeze) and help to seal moisture into your hair shaft. It's best to not add oils to your bottle of conditioner. Simply mix your oil of choice and conditioner in the palm of your hands before applying. Some great oils to use are jojoba oil, coconut oil, or olive oil.

Utilize Steam or Heat - Whether you're in the shower or actually take the time to pull out your steamer or hair dryer, 10-15 minutes of steam or heat can easily boost your conditioner. If using the steam from your warm shower, simply wash your hair first and continue the rest of your shower routine while your conditioner is in.

Add a Humectant - Humectants are simply ingredients used in beauty products to help retain moisture by absorbing moisture from the atmosphere. So if your conditioner isn't as moisturizing as you'd like, simply add a little bit of honey or glycerin. As with oils, mix the two in the palm of your hand or in a separate container. 

How do you enhance your conditioner?

3 Ways to Enhance Your Conditioner



Life gets really busy, wash days are hard to come by, and your wash routine gets shortened. Sometimes a girl just doesn't have enough time to deep condition. Sometimes you only have time to wash and condition your hair, without worrying about a deep treatment.

 Here's another scenario: you just purchased a new conditioner and noticed that it doesn't have enough slip, or it isn't moisturizing enough. You'd shouldn't give up and toss it out, because there's hope!

 Last scenario: your favorite conditioner is about to run out and it's wash day. Many of the steps below will help you to make your conditioner stretch until your next shopping trip.

 Here are three ways to boost your conditioner:
Add Oils - Oils are a great addition to any natural hair regimen and can certainly boost your conditioner. When added to conditioner, oils often add slip (which is when the product coats your hair and makes detangling a breeze) and help to seal moisture into your hair shaft. It's best to not add oils to your bottle of conditioner. Simply mix your oil of choice and conditioner in the palm of your hands before applying. Some great oils to use are jojoba oil, coconut oil, or olive oil.

Utilize Steam or Heat - Whether you're in the shower or actually take the time to pull out your steamer or hair dryer, 10-15 minutes of steam or heat can easily boost your conditioner. If using the steam from your warm shower, simply wash your hair first and continue the rest of your shower routine while your conditioner is in.

Add a Humectant - Humectants are simply ingredients used in beauty products to help retain moisture by absorbing moisture from the atmosphere. So if your conditioner isn't as moisturizing as you'd like, simply add a little bit of honey or glycerin. As with oils, mix the two in the palm of your hand or in a separate container. 

How do you enhance your conditioner?

Tiffany Arlene
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