Just because those big brand conditioners say it's a conditioner doesn't mean it's helping with detangling your hair. Sometimes I feel like when I’m detangling my hair, I’m also ripping out my hair because the conditioner isn't creamy or hydrating enough. The moment I start detangling with my wide tooth comb my hair strand starts to break off. Then, I decided to give the Creamy Leave-in Conditioner filled with Fenugreek, Chia, Castor a try. For once I actually felt like my hair wasn't being stripped away while detangling it.
The Creamy Leave-in Conditioner ads elasticity to your hair, which prevents breakage while detangling. Conditions and provides nourishment to each hair strand. You’ll see less hair coming out and more hair coming in. Don’t wait any longer to nourish, moisturize, hydrate, strengthen your hair with conditioners that just say conditioner on the bottle but don't do the job of a conditioner.
Fenugreek, Chia, Castor
Apply to damp hair and work through with fingers. Divide hair into small sections. With a wide-tooth comb, gently start at the bottom of the hair and slowly comb downwards to remove tangles. As you are able to comb through the hair, work slowly and carefully to remove each tangle until the comb reaches the roots of the hair. Once the section of hair is tangle-free, repeat the process on each section until all of the hair is detangled. Reapplication of the product may be necessary for exceptionally tangled areas. Do not rinse out product. Blow or air dry hair and style as usual.
Follow with LaJAshley’s Hair Growth Elixir or Chamomile Chair Dry Hair Elixir on scalp and hair for curly hair, or dry ends for straight hair. Hair types (Very Dry): Wavy, Curly