Meet the best conditioners we’ve ever tried

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Whether shampoo or conditioner is better (remember the bathtub scene with the battling bottles?), but we’d like to argue that they’re equally important. Sure, shampoo does the cleansing, but conditioner is paramount for re-introducing lost moisture back to your hair. And more moisture ultimately equals strands that look smoother and shinier, not to mention are much easier to comb through and generally feel stronger and healthier. So consider conditioner to be your shampoo’s unfailing sidekick, a must-use any time you wash your hair.

Looking for a good one? Check out the best conditioners, below.

Redken All Soft Conditioner

Replenish Dry Hair With Redken All Soft Haircare

Hair feeling dry, dull and brittle? All Soft is the professional solution range to moisturize dry, brittle hair with its argan oil-enriched formula that delivers extended softness. This range moisturizes and nourishes hair deeply, while increasing manageability, suppleness and shine.

Moisturize Dry Hair & Boost Shine With Argan Oil

Redken’s Moisture Complex technology also contains Argan Oil, a plant oil and key ingredient that helps moisturize and condition dry and/or brittle hair. For 15x more conditioning, use All Soft Shampoo, All Soft Conditioner & Moisture Restore Leave-In Treatment as a full system.

Paul Mitchell The Conditioner Original Leave-In

Original leave-in conditioner with Hawaiian awapuhi helps balance moisture, prevent dryness and improve hair texture。Color Safe. Vegan. Paraben Free. Gluten Free.Apply a small amount to clean, damp hair. Style as desired.


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