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Conditioner - New Zealand

Using a good hair conditioner is like waxing a car: it maintains, hydrates, softens, and protects your hair from damage. Conditioners are essential for managing unruly or frizzy hair, giving it a healthy, moisturised look with a natural shine.

We offer a variety of conditioners suitable for all hair types. For those needing hair-thickening solutions, Patricks CD1 Stimulating & Thickening Conditioner is an excellent choice. It improves circulation, promotes growth, and is enriched with proteins that enhance hair density. For everyday use, Baxter of California’s Daily Fortifying Conditioner is a staple. It moisturises, softens, and protects hair, making it a versatile option for daily care.

Is conditioner necessary?

Conditioner is highly beneficial for most hair types and is crucial for maintaining hair health. It restores moisture, prevents dryness, and protects both the hair and scalp from damage. Conditioners are often formulated to complement shampoos, ensuring a balanced hair care routine.

How often should I use hair conditioner?

Typically, you should condition your hair every time you shampoo. However, the exact frequency can vary based on your hair type and its condition.

What ingredients should I look for in a conditioner?

Key ingredients to look for in a conditioner include:

  • Glycerin: Helps retain moisture.
  • Natural Oils (Argan or Coconut Oil): Hydrate and nourish the hair.
  • Proteins (Keratin): Strengthen and repair damaged hair.
  • Vitamins (B5): Improve hair texture and scalp health.

How much conditioner should I use?

For medium-length hair, use a dollop about the size of a teaspoon. Adjust the amount according to your hair's length and thickness. Work the conditioner through the hair strands, focusing on the ends rather than the scalp. Leave it in for a few minutes, following the product instructions, to ensure maximum effectiveness.

Is It necessary to use conditioner on oily hair?

Yes, even oily hair benefits from conditioning. Choose a lightweight, balancing conditioner and apply it mainly to the ends, avoiding the scalp to prevent excess oiliness.

How do I choose the right conditioner for my hair type?

  • Fine Hair: Opt for a lightweight or volumizing conditioner.
  • Thick or Curly Hair: Choose a rich, moisturising formula.
  • Damaged Hair: Look for conditioners with strengthening ingredients like keratin or proteins to help repair and fortify your hair.

By understanding your hair type and selecting the appropriate conditioner, you can maintain healthy, vibrant hair that is well-protected and beautifully managed.