9 Best Conditioners for Natural Hair

Whether you have loose curls or tight coils, natural hair thrives on moisture. The first step in treating the dryness and breakage that come along with the territory is using a good, hydrating conditioner. Click through to see nine of the top products on the market.

 

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Dove Absolue Quench Conditioner

As part of their Love Your Curls Campaign, Dove’s new conditioner was made specially for natural hair. It nourishes and treats hair without weighing it down and also gives your curls the definition they need. $6, soap.com


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Carol’s Daughter Mirabelle Plum Conditioner

This conditioner from Carol’s Daughter’s new collection uses mirabelle plums, grapeseed oil and aloe leaf juice to nourish and rehydrate the driest of strands to make hair softer, stronger and easier to detangle. $12, carolsdaughter.com

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Herbal Essences Hello Hydration Conditioner

This moisturizing conditioner uses the hydrating power of Hawaiian coconut and orchid to deliver soft, silkly and manageable curls after every shampoo. $5, target.com

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Motions Natural Textures Smoothing Conditioner

Formulated with shea butter, avocado and coconut oils, this conditioner moisturizes natural hair, as well as seals each cuticle to keep frizz away. $7 walgreens.com

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Moroccanoil Hydrating Conditioner

Moroccanoil created this conditioner with the goal of easy detangling in mind. With ingredients like argan oil, vitamins A and E and red algae, hair becomes smoother, moisturized and much easier to style. $23, moroccanoil.com

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Phyto Express Hydration Conditioner

This conditioner from Phyto makes detangling a breeze while delivering softness and shine. Another bonus? Its lightweight formula won’t weigh down your curls! $22, beauty.com

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It’s A 10 Silk Express Miracle Silk Conditioner

Deemed a time-saver in a bottle, this silk conditioner from It’s a 10 not only moisturizes your hair after each shampoo, but it also eliminates frizz, boosts elasticity and creates a light fullness. Additionally, it protects your hair if you plan on blow-drying it. $20, ulta.com

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Ouidad 12 Minute Deep Treatment 

For natural hair that needs extra TLC, this intensive conditioner from Ouidad repairs curls from the inside out with proteins and amino acids that absorb moisture. Natural curls are healthier, softer and more defined. $52, ouidad.com

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Lea Journo 'Pro Series' Hydrating Conditioner

This rich conditioner restores body and shine to natural hair with a moisturizing combination of French plum oil, sweet almond peptides and grape extract. $44, shop.nordstrom.com

1 Comment
  • Brooks
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    So disapointing that an article about the best conditioners for natural hair ( I.e. natural on people of African origins) only mentions one product created by a black women and that company is no longer owned by her. There are a ton of great black owned products available. Black women basically created the category of products for natural her because very little ( if anything) existed in mass produced lines 10 years ago. Now these lines are jumping in the band wagon. And people like the author of this article are ignoring the original innovators. SMH!

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