This winter cold-and-dry snap got your hair up in arms? A weekly or twice-weekly deep conditioning will help settle it down with a dose of extra moisture. Options include overnighters that soak into your hair, not your pillow, some are pre-shampoo types you can throw in before you down your (first) pre-shower coffee, and some can take the place of your regular conditioner if you need just a little hydration boost.
Moisturizing ingredients include shea butter and olive, avocado, soybean, almond and argan oil. If you're suffering some from hair-colour-related damage as well as winter's dryness, look for conditioners for over-processed hair that mention keratin, protein or amino acids on the label.
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LaCoupe Intensive Repair Hydrating Masque ($7.99 CAN) for over-processed hair is at Shoppers Drug Mart, Pharmaprix and other major drugstores. Image courtesy of LaCoupe.