Ten of the Best Leave-In Conditioners

Ten of the Best Leave-In Conditioners

Ladies, how is your hair? The reason I ask is because mine is suffering from winter dryness and split ends that make it look and feel like straw. The problem is, no matter what conditioner I use, when I wash it out, my hair does not seem to feel that much better. And I don’t know about you, but I don’t have 20 minutes to sit in the bath and soak my hair in conditioner before rinsing it out.

So I did some research to find the best leave-in conditioners. The great thing about these types of products is that you can target any part of the hair that is dry and needs extra hydration (for me, the ends). And best of all, you don’t need to wash your hair to use it, you can top up the conditioning whenever you like.

Here are ten great conditioners to give you back your beautiful lustrous locks:

Not Your Mother’s Way To Grow – Leave-In Conditioner – $7.99

Amazing price for this product which is infused with procapil, a brand new combination of ingredients that helps to strengthen hair and moisturises it whilst detangling and smoothing.

From: ulta.com

Reverie Milk Anti-Frizz Leave-In Nourishing Treatment - $42

This leave-in conditioner contains coconut, olive and almond oil which work together to tame the frizziest hair whilst adding tons of moisture to combat dryness and split ends. It leaves hair super soft without weighing it down.

From: Sephora.com

It’s a 10 Potion 10 Miracle Instant Repair Leave-In - $23.96

This is a concentrated conditioning mist that manages to penetrate deep into hair to give you all day moisturizing action. Once the spritz has entered the hair cuticle it is sealed, which captures the moisture, preventing breakage and reducing split ends. Helps to keep your color vibrant too.

From: ulta.com

Kerastase Elixir Ultime - $58

Helps to restore the hair’s natural fibres, reduces split ends and adds shine and moisture to the driest of hair. A quick spritz on the ends is enough for a boost of hydration. Smells amazing too.

From: kerastase-usa.com

John Masters Organics Green Tea & Calendula Leave-In Conditioning Mist - $24

Lots of natural ingredients in this spray such as green tea and organic oils that add shine and hydration to the hair. Also builds volume, thanks to the guar gum, so if you have flat hair this really perks it up. The soy proteins work to replenish moisture and you can use this on colored hair.

From: ulta.com

DryBar Prep Rally Prime & Prep Detangler - $23

This product contains biotin which is essential for healthy hair. It helps to stop hair breaking as it adds elasticity and strength deep into the hair shaft. Also contains vitamins B and D which add moisture and hydrate the hair and support hair nutrition.

From: Sephora.com

Marula Oil Daily Moisture Mist Leave-In Conditioning Heat Protector- $32

This leave-in conditioner does a few things, first it protects your hair to 428° heat, so it is good for spraying before styling with hot irons, then it controls frizz whilst detangling and finally it deliver intense moisture.

From: marula.com

Healthy Sexy Hair Soy Tri-Wheat Leave In Conditioner - $17.95

This conditioner works as both a nourishing moisturizer and mild protein reconstructor. It reconstructs broken hair follicles and moisturizes whilst locking in hydration.

From: ulta.com

Verb Leave-In Mist $14

If you are looking for an inexpensive product that works, Verb has the answer. From the makers of one of the best salt sprays we have ever seen, this nourishes, detangles, smooths, reduces split ends, repairs hair fibres and adds shine.

From: sephora.com

Nexxus Humectress Luxe Ultimate Moisturizing Leave-In Spray - $21.99

A truly luxurious spray that adds super shine thanks to the ingredients which include Vitamin E, coconut oil and honey extract. As you can imagine, the smell is divine and it leaves you hair glossy and nourished. The spray also contains time release technology meaning that it works all day.

From: ulta.com

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