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Which Ingredients Are Used In Natural Conditioner

 

When shopping around for a natural conditioner you will find a range of amazing natural  ingredients commonly used due to their moisturising and nourishing properties. Many have been used traditionally for thousands of years within beauty. Let’s take a look at a few of the hero ingredients you can choose from. 

 

Shea Butter 

Shea butter derives from the nuts of the shea tree or karite tree, native to West Africa. Shea butter has been used in conditioning cosmetic products for centuries due to its ability to replenish your hair cuticles to preserve moisture. Alaffia's Everyday Shea Conditioner also contains a refreshing blend of vanilla extract and spearmint essential oil for a luxurious result. 

 

Raw Honey has been used for centuries to treat wounds due to its antibacterial properties, it's also a natural way to treat dandruff (dry, itchy scalp and is also known to help smoothe, soften and condition hair. Try Dr Organic’s Organic Manuka Honey Conditioner for luscious and lovely hair. 

 

Argan Oil 

Pure argan oil has been used for centuries within health and beauty as it is rich in fatty acids and antioxidants. Argan Oil is a natural oil made from the nuts of the Argania Spinosa tree which is native to Morocco.  Seven Wonders Moroccan Argan Oil Conditioner will help soften and hydrate all hair types including fine and dry hair.

 

Aloe Vera 

Aloe vera is found in many natural skin care products as it’s effective in relieving redness and soreness such as sunburn and will keep skin hydrated. People also drink aloe vera juice for its nutritional benefits and Its also found  in conditioners to add strength and volume to hair. Dr Organic’s Organic Aloe Vera Conditioner has a fresh scent and contains aloe vera extracts to soothe and nourish hair. 

 

Is There A Correct Way To Condition My Hair? 

Apply the product to the mid lengths to the ends of your hair only. Focus on the oldest, most damaged sections. Using conditioner on the scalp and roots can lead to over-conditioning and result in oily/greasy hair. Use a wide-toothed comb after application to ensure every strand of hair has been treated. Allow the conditioner to absorb. And then rinse thoroughly with warm water. You could also give your hair a final rinse with cold water. Cold water helps to close your pores on your scalp and will load your hair with extra moisture. It also closes the cuticles overall leading to shinier hair.

 

 

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