Does Leave In Conditioner Help Hair Grow?

Yes, leave-in conditioner has the potential to help the hair grow. 

Every product serves a different purpose, thus there are many ways that hair products can help you with hair growth. Two of these ways include:

  1. They can stimulate the scalp to grow hair.  
  2. They help you to properly maintain the hair on your head. This will help you retain the hair on your head so that it can continue to grow in the future. 

According to, a site developed by hair stylists, leave-in conditioners can act as a reparative hair care solution, and specific leave-in conditioners that are enriched with specific oils and essential fatty acids help with hair growth. 

So, if you are looking for hair growth, you can search for leave-in conditioners with ingredients that help to stimulate hair growth from the scalp. You could also use moisturizing and reparative leave-in conditioners that work to ensure that your existing hair is healthy enough to resist breakage. A good leave-in conditioner for hair growth will both repair your hair and stimulate new hair growth. 

The key to using leave-in conditioners for hair growth is consistency. You cannot just use the leave-in conditioner once or twice and expect good results. You must use the leave-in conditioner as part of your routine and be diligent about it. 

When your hair is adequately nourished as it grows from your scalp, you will notice that your hair is getting longer and longer over time. 


Author: Andrea Reyes

Andrea is a mother, wife, writer, and natural hair enthusiast of 15 years. Currently on her natural hair journey, she’s been trying countless products and techniques to understand and embrace her natural hair. She is the creator of, a new website featuring informative articles that share tips, tricks, and techniques aimed to help others learn to love their hair through proper hair care. She writes with the hope of making hair care easier to understand and implement.

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Rosa Guzman

Hello I am a mexican with very thin hair my hair line is really bad (like really bad) I was wondering which one would be best for fine thin straight hair? Thank you for any feed back i truly appreciated!! 🥰

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