What is the Purpose of Leave In Conditioner?

Leave-in conditioner has multiple purposes. According to Julie Featherman, cosmetologist and salon owner, leave-in conditioners are great for “long lasting moisturizing and fly-away control and can also act as a styling product”. 

In addition to this, leave-in conditioners impart a protective coating around the hair, making them great heat protectants. Some leave-in conditioners are formulated specifically to smooth each individual strand and add slip, making them great detanglers. 

Many leave-in conditioners have oils in them that give the hair a luxurious shine. Other leave-in conditioners are specifically formulated to make coarse hair feel and look softer. 

You may find leave-in conditioners that only have one purpose, like moisturizing the hair or softening it. These are common. Also common are leave-in conditioners that have two or three of the purposes listed earlier in this section. 

A select few leave-in conditioners exceed the majority and can be used for several to all of these purposes. To find out the purpose of a specific leave-in conditioner, take a look at the packaging; it will let you know exactly what that leave-in conditioner is to be used for. 

Source: https://www.jujusalon.com/bestlife-the-30-best-beauty-products-as-picked-by-cosmetologists/

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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 NaturallyTextured.com, 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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