Product Reviews: Leave-In Conditioner
When you have fine or thin hair that's just slightly prone to dryness, remedy the situation with Scruples Reconstruct Leave In Instant Repair (average price; $11). This spray actually works for all hair types but is a weightless formula so it won't bog hair down. The protein and moisture-laden formula help fortify hair, restore PH and is light enough to be used every day.
If you're in the mood to experiment, you may want to try Davines Dede Delicate Replenishing Leave In Mist (average price; $23). This conditioner sports a long name but that may be because of just how much it does. It uses grape extract and anti-oxidants to protect hair. Then panthenol gives hair the shine so often associated with leave-ins. If you have fine or thin hair and are considering a perm or color treatment, this product comes highly recommended.
Extremely Dry Hair
Hair can sustain damage from a number of factors. While heat styling immediately comes to mind, environmental factors and hair type also come into play. To counteract this extreme dryness, Phyto 7 Hydrating Botanical Cream (average price; $23.95) provides a plant-based solution for dryness and its many symptoms (i.e. split ends).
This cream is non-greasy and with active ingredients like sage, burdock, willow, and soybean, among others, it's light enough to use every day. Just a pea-sized amount applied to damp or dry hair will do. From the very first time you use this formula, you'll notice an "oomph" of smoothness and shine. Once it's applied, style away!
When you combine dry hair with winter's cold, thin air, you're likely at risk for some extreme static. With Neutrogena's Triple Moisture Silk Touch Leave-in Cream, worry no more!