By Rupa Das
Replenishing moisture is key to repairing dry, damaged hair and promoting the growth of thicker hair.
It’s a common misperception that deep conditioners work primarily by entering the hair and moisturizing it from within.
The majority of deep conditioners are just ordinary conditioners used for a longer period of time. Big firms generally thicken up your ordinary conditioner.
However, there are several deep conditioners available in the market that is much more than a regular conditioner. Deep conditioning has different advantages based on the substances utilized.
Different Ingredients have Different Effects when added in Deep Conditioner
More conditioner adsorbed to the hair implies higher concentrations of cationic conditioner or protein in your conditioning product. So, try a tiny quantity and see which product works best for you.
Deep treatments at 35°C/95°F can virtually quadruple the quantity of cationic conditioning chemicals that cling to your hair compared to treatments done at room temperature or below.
The bottom line is even with regular conditioning you still need to deep condition. Unlike daily conditioners, deep conditioners feature a higher concentration of moisturizing, emollient, and humectant chemicals and are kept on the hair for longer.
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