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Deep Conditioner For Black Hair


Looking for a good deep conditioner?


Is your hair dull, lifeless and in need of some serious TLC?


Bathe your hair in the moisture it needs by giving it a deep treatment with moisture and protein.


Let's look at what deep treatments do for your hair, how you do them and which ones work best.


To have healthy black hair conditioning is a must. If you want exceptionally healthy, beautiful and damage free hair it should be high on your priority list.


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What Do Intensive Conditioning Treatments Do For Hair?



One thing these treatments don't do is completely repair damaged hair. If your hair is badly damaged no amount of conditioner will ever fix it.



How To Deep Treat Your Hair


What exactly puts the deep in deep conditioner?


Heat!


When you combine a conditioning crème or oil with damp heat it makes the treatment penetrate the inner layers of your hair.


Imagine going to a spa and having your face steamed to the open pores before a masking treatment. This treatment does the same thing, the only difference being that it's for your hair.



Deep Treatment Steps


Here's how to really moisturize and revitalize your hair.


  1. Wash your hair and squeeze out the excess water.

  2. Coat your hair with your conditioner, concentrating on your ends (the oldest part of your hair).

  3. Put a plastic cap over your head and sit under a heating cap or bonnet dryer for 30 minutes.

  4. Remove the plastic cap and let your hair cool for a few minutes.

  5. Rinse the treatment completely from your hair.

If you don't have a bonnet dryer, do all the steps up to putting the plastic cap on and leave it in for a few hours. Your hair will feel soft, smooth and revitalized!


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