Deep Treatments, Leave-Ins & Strengthening Products:
Treating Your Hair Right

When it comes to pampering your skin, bubble baths, face masks, and lotions are the go-to potions and products for an indulgent experience. But why only give your skin some TLC when you can also treat your hair to a serious dose of nourishment?

 

Many professional products made today offer a variety of treatments that help strengthen, soften, and smooth your hair. Here are three must-try types of products to give your hair some special treatment:

Leave-In Conditioner

Strengthening leave-in products reduce breakage caused by combing and styling and leave the hair shinier and more manageable than just conditioning alone. Some also protect hair from hot tools.This type of product offers light conditioning and, in most cases, can be used daily. Many brands have taken these leave-in products to the next level by packing them with as many as 25 different benefits. While great on their own, leave-in conditioners offer maximum conditioning and strengthening benefits when used with their companion shampoo and conditioner.

 

Here are five recommended leave-in products:

Daily Strengthening Shampoo & Conditioner

Many of today’s professional shampoo and conditioning duos are specifically designed to bring life back to distressed hair. Keratin-based professional shampoos and conditioners provide super strength and have been carefully formulated so that it doesn’t create a protein overload that leaves hair dry, brittle, and prone to breakage. When you want to improve distressed hair, look for products made for designed to treat specific types of damage like color treatment or dryness from hot tools.

 

Here are four recommended strengthening shampoos and conditioner pairs:

Deep Treatment

If you want to pamper your tresses with an intense treatment, creams and masks are an effective way to strengthen your hair. For best results, start with a clarifying shampoo to remove any product build up that could decrease the effectiveness of your treatment. Stylist note: clarifying shampoo should not be used on color-treated hair.

 

Here are four recommended deep treatments:

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