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10 Amazing Ways to Use Hair Conditioner

10 Amazing Ways to Use Hair Conditioner

The Ultimate Hack Ever

A hair conditioner is best known as a hair product that applied after you shampoo your hair. A million different hair brands carry it, and it's mostly pretty inexpensive.

However, over the years people have experimented with conditioner and realized just how valuable it is. It’s always funny how people begin to create a use for something that already has a purpose. We’ll probably never know how it happens, but we’re thankful.

Continue reading to find out ten amazing ways to use hair conditioner!


Shaving Cream

I remember like it was yesterday, I was in 10th grade when one of my friends told me that she uses conditioner as her shaving cream!

I couldn’t believe she said that information to me! And here I was spending too much money on regular shaving cream that still gave me cuts on my legs. Well, I can ensure you, once I tried hair conditioner to shave my legs, I never went back to shaving cream!

One of the most significant benefits of conditioners is that its moisturizing. So when it comes to shaving, you should be using something that will moisturize your legs and not something that foams up. Also, if you ever use it, don’t be surprised that it won’t lather. Just apply a generous amount, and you will fall in love with your legs afterward!

Also, it doesn’t matter which conditioner you buy. The VO5 $2 bottle that you get from, anywhere, works wonders! When you use conditioner to shave, you’re also saving tons of money because you get more product with conditioner than shaving cream.

Happy shaving!



Where are all my natural girls?

One thing about us is that we love a good co-wash! Okay, a co-wash means you’re washing your hair with conditioner instead of shampoo.

I know what you’re thinking, “why would I wash with conditioner?” well its because it has significant benefits and of course it's super moisturizing. Co-washing is also an excellent way to make your curls pop! Shampoo isn’t the best option if having popping curls is your goal. Ever heard of a wash and go?

Well when people are performing that style, some use conditioner throughout the hair to get it just right instead of using another product.


Shoe Shiner

Oh, you didn’t think I was going to discuss what conditioner could do for hair, only, did you?

If you have some old boots in the closet or any shoes that need a good shine, take them out and use hair conditioner! It will have your shoes looking brand new like they came out of the box!

Before you begin shinning your boots, you want to make sure they are thoroughly dry first. Then apply a quarter size (depending on shoe size) and get yourself a clean rag and work it into the boot or shoe.

Instantly you will be able to see a difference in your shoe appearance. Also, if you live in a part of the world where it snows, the conditioner will also protect your shoes from snow and salt!

Just lather your books and shoes with conditioner before heading outside to protect them!


Detangle Hair

Are you someone who’s hair tangles easily after each wash? Have you spent tons of money on the best detangle products, and none of them correct your hair? Well, don’t’ fret, conditioner is here to save the day!

As mentioned earlier, the most significant benefit that hair conditioner provides is moisture. The main reason hair tangles and its hard to untangle is because its dry. Therefore adding conditioner to your hair, with water, will loosen the hair right up!

When applying the product to your hair, be generous. Slap it on there and watch how easy you will be able to manage your hair. Also, if you add this step to your regimen, your hair will begin to get used to the moisture, and you won’t have to be bothered with tangles anymore.


Bath Balls

Okay, maybe not bath balls, but hair conditioner does wonders to your skin if you pour some into your bath water! But if you’re feeling creative, you could create conditioner bath balls! Why not?

Anywho, we already know that water is beyond soothing so when you add conditioner to the water, you’re creating a spa moment that’s full of relaxation! While you’re soaking in the water, the conditioner is absorbed into your skin and moisturizes it all over.

So forget paying the prices at Lush; just run to the closest store and grab some conditioner and chill out in the tub.


Shine Stainless Steel

Well, who have known all you needed to keep your stainless steel clean, was some conditioner?

I don’t know about you, but stainless steel is a beautiful fancy material and its only right that you keep it that way. There is nothing worse than old looking stainless steel. So what you’ll need to do is pour some conditioner on the surface you’re cleaning and get a clean rag, and begin rubbing it around. It won’t take long before you notice a difference in the appearance. After you completed that step, take another clean rag and wipe the surface down and that's it!

See, the days of spending a lot of money on a stainless steel cleaner or purchasing extra protection, are over. Clean our stainless steel today for under $10!

Remove Stuck Rings

Have you possibly gained some weight recently or maybe your fingers grew some, and you can’t take your ring off to save your life, then hold tight!

Conditioner is all you will need will it comes to taking a ring off, that’s stuck. Just lather your hands with hair conditioner and watch the ring slide right off, pain-free! In the future, you won’t have to worry about getting your ring cut off anymore!

Yes, I know you can also use lotion to do the trick, but who wants to waste their lotion? I know I don’t! Instead, I use my hand moisturizer for its intended purpose and use conditioner for everything else!


Remove Squeaks

Well, we know WD-40 has been around since forever and works excellent for squeaky doors but let's not forget how bad it can smell too!

If you have a door or cabinet in your house that continually squeaks rub some hair conditioner between the hinges, with a q-tip and you won’t hear another thing. The reason why a q-tip is needed is so you won’t make a mess.

Also, you won’t have an odor lingering around the area.

Clean Makeup Brushes

When it comes to cleaning makeup brushes, there are three types of people.

The person who cleans the brushes as often as possible, the person who never cleans their brushes and the person who throws their dirty brushes away! Now, I will admit, I was once the person who never cleaned mine! I know, gross! But sometimes when you’re always in a hurry, you don’t think about what you’re doing. You, do!

So for this hack, its simple. You want to run warm water over your brushes and then rub some hair conditioner over them. Once you feel like their clean, lay them on a paper towel and wait for them to dry and that’s all it takes!

Clean Silk Garments

Have you ever read the labels on some of your clothes and read “dry clean only?” Well, if you’re like me, you know it’s a scam! You can’t tell me the only way for my silk shirt to get clean is to pay someone? I think not!

So I’ll be sure to tell you how to clean your silk garments! You want to be in your kitchen because it’s the perfect spot. Fill your sink with lukewarm water and pour some hair conditioner inside. Then place your garments in the sink and soak for about twenty minutes, then take them out and hang to dry.

How simple was that? It’s super simple, and it didn’t cost you $20 to do so. You can now keep your silk garments fresh and clean from the comfort of your home!


Hair Conditioner to The Rescue

So, did you know that hair conditioner was so powerful? Well, I sure didn’t either.

What I have realized about life, is that the little things matter so much. Even small household items such as conditioner, they hold great value.

As I mentioned earlier, conditioner is known to be moisturizing and its cheap! It can help clean or enhance just about anything you find in your home. Hair conditioner goes a lot deeper than just putting it in your hair.

Also, whatever hacks may not be on this list, feel free to still experiment with other things that have a need. This list didn’t come from a rulebook or anything. It was just random people trying things out, that happens to work, and then they told people!

Have you ever tried conditioner on something other than your hair? If so, let me know in the comment section below what you did!

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Best Leave-In Conditioner Mists for Protective Braids and Twists

Best Leave-In Conditioner Mists for Protective Braids and Twists

Protecting Your Protective Style

Don't get tricked into thinking that merely wearing a protective style is enough to reach your hair goals. I tend to wear protective styles in the summer. Protective styles are any style that protects your natural hair from the stress of daily styling. Most protective hairstyles include braids. Whether they are freestyle braids, box braids, feed-in braids, a sew-in weave, or Senegalese twists, a protective style is meant to allow your hair to relax for a period. I remember when I went through my first season of protective styles. I had worn box braids for a month. Then a crochet styles for a month. Then, I wore a sew-in for the final month. I thought that having my natural hair braided up and my ends protected for a season that the period of rest from daily styling would yield beautifully grown out hair. Boy, was I wrong! I would have been on the right track had I taken better care of my hair in its protective style. While I made sure to shampoo and moisturized my hair regularly, I failed to apply a leave-in conditioner to my hair. When your hair is in a protective style, it's easy for it to become dry and brittle. Sometimes when our hair is in a protected hairstyle, we forget that it still needs a little TLC. One of the best ways to get long-term nourishment to your hair while it's in a protective style is with a leave-in conditioner. Leave-in conditioners come in many forms. The last thing you want in your protective style is product buildup. That's why using a leave-in conditioner mist is the best option for braids and twists.

What is a Leave-In Conditioner?

Leave-in conditioner doesn't mean that you skip rinsing out your regular conditioner. A leave-in conditioner is a hair product that is created to stay in your hair and deliver long-term nourishment. The best leave in conditioners have the same properties as rinse-out conditioners, deep conditioners and also conditioning treatments. Leave-in conditioners can be both hydrating and protein-rich and can also offer benefits such as heat protection, hair vitamins, and protection from the outdoor elements. Let's take a look at some of the best leave-in conditioning mists for your protective braids and twists.

Macadamia Professional Weightless Moisture Conditioning Mist

This conditioning mist delivers precisely what it promises. The weightless mist will leave your hair nourished, smelling amazing, and without an ounce of residue. A significant benefit of this leave-in product is that it helps prevent breakage. Breakage can be a considerable setback when you are wearing a protective style. This mists' Macadamia and Argan oil blend helps to fortify your hair against environmental damage as well. Lastly, this product is color safe, so you don't have to worry about your color bleeding with use of this product.

Carol's Daughter Almond Milk Leave-In Conditioner

This leave-in conditioning mist is sulfate free and boasts reconstructing properties. This leave-in mist has almond milk, so it helps revive your hairs natural luster and shine. This leave-in mist is excellent for use on wet and dry hair, and the sunflower oil in the ingredients help promote strength and moisture back into the hair. The four-star rated product is lightweight and will not leave residue on your twists and braids. This product is excellent as a regular leave-in or used as a refresher as your protective style gets old and dull.

Shea Moisture 100% Virgin Coconut Oil Daily Hydration Leave-In Treatment

Shea Moisture put as many good things in one bottle that they could fit. This leave-in treatment will leave your braids and twists feeling fresh and revived. The coconut oil and vitamin E ingredients nourish your hair. It's also created with Triglycerides to help your hair retain its moisture. This mist also has Acacia Senegal that helps with your hairs flexibility and elasticity. Two critical factors in keeping your hair healthy during a protective style.

Cantu Hydrating Leave-In Conditioning Mist

Cantu is a tried and true product in the natural hair community. Many with natural hair use Cantu products in their daily hair care regimen but don't put it away during your protective phase. This leave-in mist is great for adding shine and hydrating your hair. This product is paraben-free, dye-free, and helps promote hair strength. This product has a great scent, and reviewers stated that their hair felt much softer after use.

Renpure Coconut Water Mist Leave-In Treatment

This product is a staple among those with dreadlocks. Reviews brag that this product is suitable for dry, brittle hair and those with previous damage. If you're wearing a protective style to help repair your hair, then it might be worth picking up a bottle of this leave-in conditioner. Coconut water makes this leave-in product is very hydrating to your hair. This leave-in mist also protects from heat and environmental damage. A little goes a long way with this product. Don't apply too much or else you will end up with a sticky film on your hair. Reviewers suggest experimenting until you find the amount that is compatible with the weight of your hair.

Alba Botanica Hawaiian Leave-In Conditioning Mist

This conditioning mist spray moisturizes and quenches dull, thirsty, tangled tresses and protects hair prior to heat styling or tension styling. It is rich with protein and formulated with coconut oil for hydration, keratin for strength, and argan oil for softening. Alba's mist is the perfect pick-me-up for dried follicles especially when your hair goes through the constant pulling with twists and braids.

Creme of Nature Strength and Shine Leave-In Conditioner with Argan Oil

Another strength improver, the Creme of Nature conditioner mist has a unique two-phase formula that combines Argan Oil liquid shine and a strengthening protein compound. These two components improve hair strength and protect against damage. The main key benefits of this product is its power to thoroughly moisturize hair while adding shine. Is it true moisturization if it doesn't add shine? The moisture will also help in benefits of detangling.

Carol's Daughter Black Vanilla Leave-In Conditioner

Weightless and fortifying, this gem from Carol's Daughter will have your hair invincible to breakage and adds great strength. This conditioner is great for replenishing brittle hair. There's a blend of wheat protein and pro-vitamin B5 that protects your hair for the times of pulling and tension. It is made with natural moisturizers versus those synthetic silicones for true hydration that won't rinse away and can be used every day with no fear of heavy weighed-down hair. Did we mention that it doesn't have any silicones, parabens, mineral oil, artificial colors, or petroleum? It's a total win.

Palmers Manuka Flower Honey Leave-In Conditioner

Before we dive into the details of this product, let's learn a little bit more about its essential main ingredient, manuka honey. Because honey seals in moisture, it gives a great advantage for hair when it comes to breakage and dryness. Manuka honey is also rich in antioxidants which helps with any scalp issues you could possibly experience when getting braids or twists. The hair experts at Palmers recognize the endless benefits of manuka honey and decided to incorporate it into their leave-in conditioner. With the help of this anti-bacterial ingredient, this leave-in conditioner definitely helps promote hair health and protection. Did we mention it's color safe?

ApHogee Curlific! Moisture Rich Leave-In

The key component that is simply stated in the name of this product is moisture! Moisture is essential when wearing braids or twists as especially as the style lasts over a long period of time. The moisture-rich leave-in conditioner constructed by the hair experts at ApHogee solves multiple hair problems we may experience. It makes styling and manipulation super easy not just the way you can apply because of the spray bottle but more so because of it's content. Being very lightweight and with its ingredient list are major things to consider when choosing the right leave-in conditioner. If you're in search of a fairly priced product that actually works, look no further!

As I Am CocoShea Moisturizer Hair Spray

Once again, we've found a product that has the most prominent ingredient listed first; water! The As I Am CocoShea Spray stands behind a promise to moisturize, seal and protect your hair and scalp. What else or more could you want when it comes to a protective style like braids and twists? As stated in various reviews, the spray is great for adding shine for those days when your protective style starts to get a bit dull. But it may not be the greatest option when wanting daily moisture.

Curls Lavish Curls Moisturizer

While rocking various protective styles like braids and twists, you'll always need a pickup. A product that will restore, rejuvenate, and most importantly rehydrate your hair. We know that protective styles are great for protection but when we fail to maintain our natural hair properly, things can go left. Thanks to the creators at CURLS we have the perfect moisturizing leave-in conditioner that will bring the right amount of lavish needed. The ingredients included are all natural which makes them very refreshing. No sulfates, silicones, parabens, mineral oil or petroleum oil which weigh down the hair. All in all, the product is efficient in doing its job!

CURLS Quenched Curls Moisturizer

Davines Oi Multi-Benefit Beauty Treatment All In One Milk

Oyin Handmade Juices & Berries

SheaMoisture Coconut & Hibiscus Hold & Shine Moisture Mist

Not just meant for curls but to prevent frizz period, you can rest assured of the problem when using SheaMoisture’s Coconut & Hibiscus Hold & Shine Moisture Mist. This gentle styling product provides a soft hold while providing intense moisturization that tames stray flyaways and gives your hair an amazing shine! This mist is gentle enough to be used on dry, sensitive hair which is especially common with protective styles. It contains natural ingredients, such as coconut and Neem Oil that essentially creates moisture barriers while protecting and repairing damaged hair or what could be potentially damaged. Certified organic Shea Butter provides nourishing hydration to reduce breakage and improve hair elasticity. Did we also mention it’s also amazing for your scalp! It leaves your scalp refreshed and moisturized, without causing build-up.

Consistency is Key

There are many great products on the market to use as your leave-in conditioner. Regardless of the products you use, it's important to remember that consistency is key to reaching your hair goals. The last thing you want is to allow your hair to dry out during your protective style and ultimately break off when you take it down. A protective hairstyle is not a forget and go type of hairstyle. Take the time to create a regimen where you regularly cleanse, conditioner, moisturize and apply a leave-in conditioner to your hair. Have you tried any of these leave-in conditioning mists on your braids or twists? What is your go-to leave-in mist for your hair? Don't forget to Like our Facebook Page, Private Label Extensions, for hair care tips, trends, and inspiration!
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Best Conditioners For A Suffering Dry Scalp

Best Conditioners For A Suffering Dry Scalp

How To Spot Symptoms and Fix It

All my life, I’ve dealt with a dry scalp. When I was younger, I thought I was suffering from dandruff. Every time, I would get my hair done, my hair stylist would find scabs, and marks left from my scratching. When I was asked by my mother what the issue was, I would assume that it was dandruff making my scalp itch. At the time, I hadn’t realized that there could be multiple reasons as to why my scalp was dry and itchy. I also didn’t know that Head and Shoulders wasn’t the only available option for me to relieve my symptoms. As I grew and began to learn more about my hair, and the patterns within my itchiness, I was able to figure out what remedies could help me. When it comes to suffering from a dry scalp, it’s essential to understand that there may not always be one solution. There may not still be one cause of your issue. If you have an extreme and persistent problem, then you need to see a professional. In this post, we’ll talk about potential causes of a dry scalp, the symptoms and what conditioners work best for fixing it. As always, at Private Label Extensions, we got you covered!

Symptoms of A Dry Scalp

When I was suffering from a dry scalp and didn’t know how to remedy it, I was always scratching my scalp. The reason for this was because the result of a dry area, whether it be on the skin, or the scalp is going to be an itchy feeling. Another symptom of a dry scalp is going to be flakiness. When your skin is flakey, it’s going to peel as a way to renew the area of the surface. It’s usually the same process for the scalp area. If you do experience flaking, it is important not to confuse it with dandruff. Treating a dry scalp, and treating dandruff should be treated like two different processes. Sometimes, a dry scalp is just a dry scalp, and sometimes the dryness you’re experiencing is a result of another underlying issue. It is essential to know the difference between a dry scalp, and a scalp condition because specific scalp issues need particular treatments and the last thing you want to do is give yourself the wrong course of treatment. If you’re unsure, try visiting a dermatologist to get some feedback on what you’ve been experiencing.

Some Causes For A Dry Scalp

Outside of an underlying condition, there are some common causes of a dry scalp. Sometimes, our lifestyle choices can get in the way of us having a healthy and moisturized scalp. Our hair products and haircare routine can be the main reason as to why we suffer from a dry scalp. There is often harsh chemicals in shampoos, conditioners, and styling products. These chemicals can strip your hair of its natural oils and cause your scalp and overall hair to become dry, brittle and dull. Whenever you change your routine, you should take notice of the differences between your scalp and hair. Are you experiencing more itchiness than usual? Does the texture of your hair feel different? If these are the kinds of differences that you notice, you should stop using those new products and switch to something that won’t irritate you as much. If you know you have a sensitive scalp area, try avoiding products that have ingredients like parabens, alcohol, and formaldehyde. All of those ingredients can have varying adverse effects on the scalp, and overall look of your hair. Regardless of product type, excessive washing can cause severe dryness and irritation. Your scalp already produces a natural oil called sebum. When you wash your hair every day, you lower the amount of sebum your scalp can produce.

Extreme Weather Conditions

Dealing with extreme changes in weather can cause your scalp to react differently than average. Also, if you live in an area that has harsh weather, such as having an extremity of either hot or cold, then you may experience issues with your scalp. The important things to remember is that your scalp is not immune to harsh weather conditioners. In either extreme condition, your scalp can suffer from severe dryness. Be mindful of weather changes or patterns when your scalp begins to be irritable. Your issue may very well be the weather and nothing else.

Lifestyle Choices

There are plenty of lifestyle choices that can affect our scalp and hair. Of course, there’s dehydration that can occur when it comes to the weather, but there’s also dehydration that happens when we don’t make the best lifestyle decisions. Nutritional example, our scalp thrives when it is moisturized, and drinking water is one of the best ways to keep your scalp moisturized. Another reason why we can suffer from a dry scalp is our dietary choices and medication choices. Before you decide on other causes for your dry scalp, try looking into your nutritional options. When it comes to dietary changes, it is essential to consult with a dietitian, and a dermatologist to see if there is a relation between your new food choices and the dryness you’re experiencing. There are so many different ways your scalp can be affected by your dietary choices. Be mindful of the changes you notice.

Best Conditioners For A Dry Scalp

The conditioners I’m going to give you are the best conditioners to use for a dry scalp, not for a scalp condition. We’ll talk more about the best way to ease some specific scalp conditions that cause dryness. Your scalp is going to need a lot of moisture and these conditioners, that can also serve as hair masks, will help bring moisture to your scalp and lock it in so that your dryness isn’t persistent.

Dove DermaCare

Dove is usually known for their body products, but their haircare products are beginning to be in high demand. The Dove DermaCare is a series of products created to help you nourish and soothe your dry and often itchy scalp. The formula within the series has active Pyrithione Zinc which effectively attacks flaking. This product has fantastic reviews and is only $5 at your local drug store. The best part is that it won’t leave you feeling terrible dry.

LivSo Moisturizing Conditioner

The LivSo products were created by Dr. Shari Hicks-Graham. Dr. Shari knew that most products meant to assist with scalp issues would damage hair so she decided to create something that could alleviate dryness while also nourishing hair follicles. In Dr. Shari’s formula, she uses soothing ingredients such as oat protein, coconut oil, glycolic acid, and essential oils. The strange thing about this product is that it’s a hair lotion that can be used with or without shampoo and conditioning products. It can also serve as a leave-in conditioner to be used right after shampooing, It’s gentle but still useful and nourishes both a dry scalp and brittle hair. It’s a fantastic product to use if you don’t have time to do a wash routine but still need something to ease the dryness affecting your scalp. I have personally used it before, and it works amazingly on my kinky textured hair.

Cantu Refresh Apple Cider Root Conditioning Rinse

We all have heard of Cantu, and their products seem to be the buzz of the town. Cantu has created all kinds of moisturizing products, but their increasingly popular product is their apple cider root rinse. This root rinse is a mimic of the DIY apple cider rinse that people often use to alleviate dryness. However, it’s stronger than the DIY version due to the amount of apple cider vinegar that they add to their product. It’s just enough to be useful but not enough to be harmful. ACV has been known to destroy bacteria that clog hair follicles and reduce itchiness. It’s a fantastic product to, use at home but without the proper measurements, it can be harmful. This Cantu product can help curve that, and the great thing is, it only costs $5. You can get it anywhere from your local drugstore.

BrioGeo Scalp Revival Conditioner

This product is on the pricey side, but it is worth it. This conditioner is infused with both charcoal and peppermint oil. It smells exactly like thin-mints, and it fees like a dream. This product was created for people that suffer from chronic flakiness, dryness, and itchiness. It’s a relatively new product, but so far the reviews have been spectacular. It is potent enough to ease your scalp issue but gentle enough where it won’t strip your hair of its necessary nutrients. Also, did I mention it feels like a dream? It has that tingly feeling that can also be soothing at the same time.

What If It’s A Scalp Condition?

A scalp condition is much different from suffering from a dry scalp. Some of the most common scalp conditions include Scalp Psoriasis, Eczema, and Tinea Capitis. Scalp Psoriasis is a skin condition that can be severed if not treated. The most common symptoms of scalp psoriasis are itchy, crusty sores that show up around the perimeter of the scalp and on the neck. Sometimes, the signs are not so visible and show up as dryness and itchiness. The itchiness leads people to scratch which can lead to an infection if not halted before it begins. Eczema is another common cause of a dry, flaky and itchy scalp. It can also cause dandruff, so if you do have this, expect white flakes. This condition is usually caused by an overproduction of sebum, which is a naturally produced oil. Tinea Capitis is the least common out of the three mentioned. It’s a fungal infection that can spread quickly if not treated. It’s also reasonably contagious. The symptoms of this infection mimic the signs of the conditions as mentioned above. However, due to its aggressiveness, it’s usually easy to spot. It can cause hair loss and scarring and severe damage to the overall health of your hair. Luckily, it’s relatively easy to treat and get rid of.

Consult With A Dermatologist

There are plenty of medicated treatments you can use to help you maintain or rid yourself of these scalp conditions. However, the first thing I’m going to suggest is that you consult with a dermatologist. A professional will be able to help you understand whether you’re just suffering from some seasonal or chronic dryness or if you have an actual condition. Then after determining the root of your issue, they’ll be able to lead you in the right direction when it comes to medication. Some of the standard products used for these conditions include Selsun Blue, Selenium Sulfide, and generic Psoriasis Shampoo. All of these may be able to help you, but you won’t know until you talk to a dermatologist. If you don’t think you have a scalp condition, then refer to the products listed above.

What To Take Away

When it comes to a dry scalp, there can be a lot of causes for your dry scalp. If you want to get down to the bottom of your issue quickly, you should consult with a profession such as a dermatologist or a general physician. A professional will be able to let you know what your condition is and give you the proper treatment. If you don’t think you have an issue but want to alleviate some persistent dryness, then try the conditioners listed above. There are plenty of products out there so you may have to go through some trial and error. The ones listed above are the ones in high demand right now and based on my personal experience they work well. Our lifestyle choices can also affect the condition of our scalp so be mindful of that before applying a lot of product. It is necessary for your scalp to have moisture for your hair to grow and thrive. Take care of it by conditioning, and maintaining your moisture. If you’ve tried any of the products listed above, let us know! We love to hear feedback!
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