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    Question Hair.... Help!!!

    Would someone be willing to suggest a conditioner and shampoo for dry hair? I would like the product to be thick and very moisturizing.Please recommend to me based on the results of the product and not necessarily the cost.Thanks!!!.

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    Biolage Balm and Hydrating, Joico K-pac reconstructor. Porosity Control. It is made by Roux and is sold as Sally's if you have one there. Nexxus therappe and humectress. Farouk bio silk. Paul Mitchell The Conditioner. (great for shaving the legs too)

    Jason products and gosh, I forgot the name but it starts with a G. Not sure if I can spell it. lol

    Just for starters.

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    Neutrogena Triple Moisture Cream Lather shampoo and conditioners work great on my (color treated) and DH's very dry hair.

    If you need a leave-in conditioner Brocato Saturation is excellent!

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    ~When I was younger and used to swim alot my hair would get quite dry. Hot oil treatments worked very well for me. Pantene Pro-V also has amazing results after 2 weeks of use.~

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    I like both the L'oreal Pro Vive line, they do have one marketed specifically for dry hair, I think it comes in a yellow bottle with a hot pink label?

    Also the Giovanni line is excellent too.


    You can also do a at home hot oil treatment.
    Coconut oil is excellent for this, but in a pinch, olive oil works well for alot of people. If you don't have a heat cap (which they do sell at Sally Beauty Supply and is excellent for deep conditioning treatments), you could wet a towel in a sink of really hot water, ring it out well and then place it on your head for about 30 min.
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    Every once in a while, when my hair is really dry, I will take some olive oil and rub it in my hair, leave it on for about 15 min to 1/2 hour....however long I want or however long I have before my shower, and then I will wash it out. If you have a way to leave it in overnight without getting your pillow yucky, that would be great. (and worth a try since most of us have it in our house and you don't need much)

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    I like Bath and Body Works moisturizing shampoos and conditioners. I bought several last year when they were on sale for $3 a piece, and I wish I had bought more.

    Aussie moisturizing products work well, too. I have dry, porous, semi-curly hair, so good moisturizing products are a must for me.

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    Aussie Moist shampoo and Aussie 3 Minute Miracle Deeep Conditioner and Biosilk Silk Therapy for afterwards.

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    My favourite is Bumble & Bumble's Creme de Coco shampoo followed by their Super-Rich conditioner. Not only does it make your hair feel like it's been on vacation from all the harsh chemicals, it also makes you smell SOOOOO good! Available in salons only, though, but worth it. I buy the super big economy size. Expensive for a one time purchase, but you can get by on one pump of each per washing, because it is so thick and rich, and it lasts forever. I think I buy one per year.
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    Finesse Moisturizing Shampoo and Conditioner has always worked wonders for me.

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    Boilage Balm, Nexxus Therappe - Humectress and Aussie's 3 minute Miracle were 3 of my favs while growing up and are very good, now I have Philosophy's Sheer Splendor and I really like that too! The 3 minute miracle is probably the most economical..but it works great, it is now my daughter's fav and she has dry slightly frizzy/ curly hair.

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    As a good leave in treatment I suggest Potion #9 by Sebastian.

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