Try These 3 Leave-In Conditioners to Fight Dryness this Winter

Leave-in conditioners are the best kept secret to hair that is soft, moisturized and ready to face any frizz-inducing situation. Working together with a regular conditioner, leave-ins help condition your hair throughout the day to help fight dryness and, most importantly, keep frizz under control. Below are my favourite leave-in conditioners.


Frizz-Ease Daily Nourishment Leave-In Conditioning Spray


This one is currently part of my regular hair product rotation. Not only does this leave-in conditioner help smoothen out hair for increased shine and decreased frizz, it also nourishes your hair with vitamins, proteins and moisture supplements. It certainly helps to soften your hair and will help to keep frizz at bay. For best results, spray from your roots to tips and comb through with your fingers or a brush.

Gosh Much More Moist Leave-In Conditioner


This cream conditioner is great for giving your dry hair extra little care. My favorite feature about this product is it helps to detangle hair, which is a major plus for those of us with crazy curls that hate being brushed out. You’ll see a noticeable different in the texture of your hair after the first use, as the shea butter, betaine and pro-vitamins work together to give you soft, run-through-your-fingers worthy hair.

Got2b Smooth Operator Leave-In Conditioner Lustre Lotion


Got2b’s Smooth Operator collection is designed to de-frizz. The leave-in conditioner lotion is made with smooth cashmere that feels light in your hair and works to give your sleek shine and helps to repair any damage. I’ve even used this product on dry hair to get rid of second-day frizz, which works well but often leaves my hair feeling a bit on the sticky side. I suggest going with the instructions on this one and distributing it in towel-dried hair after a wash and before styling. 

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