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Hair is a common problem for most people. Most of the time, hair loss and thinning occurs due to stress, hormonal changes or hereditary factors.

We all know that there are many options available in the market for hair care products but not everyone can afford them.

Our top quality natural ingredients help you achieve healthy and shiny hair without breaking your bank account. Best of all our products don’t contain harmful chemicals like sulfates, parabens and phthalates which damage your scalp and may cause cancer! All our conditioners are safe enough to be used on children as well as adults at any age! You will love how soft they make your skin feel after every wash with no irritation whatsoever!


Conditioning is the process of improving and maintaining your hair's condition by applying a conditioning product. Hair conditioners and treatments, such as deep conditioners and moisturizers, generally contain ingredients that coat the hair strands to keep them smooth and hydrated. These products often replace or restore natural oils that are lost during shampooing.

Conditioner differs from shampoo in that it doesn't lather, but instead gets its cleaning power from the ingredients of which it's composed. Aside from their basic function of softening and conditioning your hair, conditioning products can also be used for detangling , adding volume, controlling dandruff, fighting split ends, and decreasing frizz.

Generally, conditioners are used after shampooing to "balance" the hair's pH, increase shine , prevent tangles, fight frizz , detangle curly or wavy hair , seal split ends, protect color-treated hair from sun damage and make combing easier. Conditioner is not generally necessary for normal straight hair unless your scalp produces an excess of sebum (oil). Conditioner can be applied to the hair after shampooing, but it may not work well if left on the hair for more than a couple minutes.

The length of time you should leave a conditioner on your hair depends on the product. Most commercial conditioners have a standard application process, so be sure to read the instructions provided with your conditioner and follow the instructions as indicated (usually between 3 and 5 minutes).


Deep conditioning can involve leaving a special conditioning mask or treatment on for up to 20 minutes.


If you are looking for a natural conditioning treatment, try an olive oil or coconut oil hair mask . This will leave your hair feeling silky smooth without the chemicals contained in many commercial conditioners.

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