Dove Conditioner secrets

Things you didn’t know about your conditioner

Conditioner. What is it actually doing? Does it weigh our hair down? Does it just go on the ends? So many questions. Discover how to use hair conditioner…

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    The benefits are instant.

    You don’t have to leave hair conditioner on for ages. Despite what we might believe, leaving our conditioner on for as long as possible (or sleeping in it – we’ve all been there) doesn’t mean it works any better. The benefits are usually instant  

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    Conditioner protects from towel damage.

    Yep, you read that right: towel damage. When wet, our hair’s really vulnerable, and roughly towel drying it can cause breakage and damage to cuticles. Using conditioner beforehand helps to reduce the stress it experiences    

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    All hair needs conditioner.

    Even if you have fine hair or oily roots – you still need it: conditioner is essential to keep your hair healthy-looking and feeling good. Which is why they’re formulated depending on hair type: like conditioners for fine hair, which are specially designed to leave just enough agents behind to keep hair smooth without weighing it down

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    Use after every shampoo.

    A good hair conditioner, like our Daily Shine Conditioner, is essential for caring for your hair after you’ve washed it: it makes hair feel soft and smooth, helps with detangling and combing, and adds shine

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    Your hair 'can't get used to' conditioner.

    If you think your conditioner has stopped working properly, it’s probably actually that your hair type has changed somehow. Does it seem drier? Damaged? Is it longer? You might just need to switch to one that suits its state better. Know which conditioner suits your hair type

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    Condition with care.

    Don't condition your hair from roots to tips. Hair closer to the scalp is new and healthy, but at the ends hair is older and needs a little extra TLC to stay healthy and beautiful. That's why hair needs to be conditioned only from the mid-sections to the ends