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These Are The Best Leave-In Conditioners For Aging Hair

Fight frizz and dryness for healthier hair with any of these 3 deeply moisturizing leave-in conditioners.

As I’ve gotten older, I’ve noticed that doesn’t get dirty nearly as quickly as it used to, which has turned out to be both a blessing and a curse. It’s a blessing because it because it means my hair requires less frequent cleaning and maintenance, but it’s a curse in that my hair is so much drier than it used to be!

If you’re in the same boat, you’ll be happy to hear that there’s a product that can help: leave-in conditioner. Leave-in conditioners add moisture to dry hair, which helps control frizziness and makes it more manageable and easy to style. They also make hair soft and shiny (which is great news for those of us whose hair insists on being parched and frizzy!)

Related: Here Are The Best Ingredients For Aging Hair

Today I have 3 different options for leave-in conditioners to share with you, because it’s always nice to have options. The first is a DIY leave-in moisturizing conditioner spray you can whip up at home, and the second and third are store-bought options trusted by members of the OGT Team for those who would rather buy something ready-made.

We’ll start with the DIY option, which softens hair, aids in detangling, and will leave your hair smelling wonderful! It’s light enough to use every day if you want, or you can use it every other day or as needed.

DIY Leave-In Moisturizing Conditioner For Smoother, Healthier Hair

Ingredients:

*Note: You can use any essential oil you like, or try peppermint oil to promote hair growth, tea tree oil to remove scalp buildup, or geranium oil to repair dry or damaged hair.

Directions:

Add the conditioner, water, rosehip oil, and essential oils to a small spray bottle. Replace the spray top, then give the bottle a good shake to mix it all together.

To use your homemade leave-in conditioner, spritz it onto damp or dry hair, then brush your hair to distribute the conditioner evenly throughout. Store the bottle in your refrigerator to prolong the shelf life.

Now that we’ve covered our DIY option, let’s explore those 2 store-bought leave-in conditioners I mentioned earlier.

2 Great Store-Bought Leave-In Conditioners

1. Giovanni Direct Leave-In Weightless Moisture Conditioner

Not only is this leave-in conditioner relatively affordable and widely available, but it’s also sulfate-free, making it a good option for curly, color-treated, or damaged hair. If you’re looking for a store-bought spray that’s simple, moisturizing, and lightweight enough that it won’t weigh down your hair, our production manager Brittany says this one fits the bill perfectly!

2. It’s A 10 Miracle Leave-In Plus Keratin

This spray-in option is more expensive than the Giovanni Direct conditioner and you get less of it, but it’s additional benefits may make it worth the extra cost depending on your hair goals. Not only does this “Miracle Leave-In” deeply condition dry hair, but it also contains keratin, which helps to strengthen strands and protect hair against the heat from your styling tools.

This has been a go-to hair product of mine for years for its frizz-fighting abilities, heat protection, and because it’s so easy to use.

Do you use a leave-in conditioner?


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