If you have thick, coarse and dry hair, one of the easiest ways to solve your problems is with a good conditioner. This is easy because the process of conditioning your hair doesn’t require much thought; however, the conditioner buying process is a totally different story. It’s crucial that you find the best conditioner for thick hair in order to condition, hydrate and moisturize your hair type.
You can go about this two completely different ways: One is to skip the conditioner and go for a deep conditioner instead. The other way? Look for a conditioner that will help improve the state of your hair and provide the conditioning it needs.
To help you figure out the best conditioner for thick hair, according to your lifestyle, we’re listing our favorites below:
When it comes to conditioners for natural hair types this is currently one of our favorites. It’s infused with shea butter and coconut oil which is great for its moisturizing and conditioning benefits. Scoop out enough of the product for your thick curly hair then work this through your strands after shampooing and sit with it for about five minutes and rinse. If you have a little more time on your hands, it wouldn’t hurt to leave it in for a little longer.
If you are not in the market for a mask and want something that you don’t have to sit around with for a few minutes, go for this deep moisture conditioner by Suave which is also infused with coconut milk. Its main goal is to drench dry hair with moisture. Doesn’t this sound like something you need quick, fast and in a hurry? Apply to damp, clean hair work it through and then rinse it out. That’s all there is to it!
Ever find yourself washing your hair over and over because it feels dry every single day? It might be time to change the shampoo and conditioner you use. This rich conditioner is infused with wild shea nut butter and hydrates for moisturized hair. It has a nice creamy texture which works well on thick hair types.
Editor’s note: Sometimes the amount of moisture your hair type craves goes beyond the conditioning step. If you find that you need to wash your hair on a daily basis, be sure to do so with a shampoo and conditioner system that is suitable for daily use. Alternatively, you can use a leave-in conditioner for added conditioning post wash.