Dry hair is seriously worse than any other hair affliction (aside from loosing your hair altogether of course.) I feel like I can say that after battling dry hair for years and years. I think a decade of having long hair that’s been color treated consistently has been rough on my hair, so I’m always looking for a conditioner that hydrates it and stops the frizz. If you suffer from dry hair, it might take you a few tries to find the conditioner that’s perfect for you, but here are a few that come highly rated by myself and others.
Best Conditioners for Dry Hair
1. TRESemme Moisture Rich Conditoiner for Dry or Damaged Hair
Why it’s awesome: This is the current conditioner that I use so I can vouch for its effectiveness on long, dry hair. I always feel like my hair has just had a few glasses of water after using it, and it’s really affordable for a large bottle as well.
Where to Get it: $5.99 at local drugstores.
2. Bed Head Moisture Maniac Conditioner
Why it’s awesome: You really can’t go wrong with the Bed Head brand, as their products are known for being top notch. This one in particular is for those of you with dry hair and really bad tangles.
Where to Get it: $9.97 at local drugstores
3. Paul Mitchell THE Conditioner
Why it’s awesome: This leave in conditioner has been around the block. It’s been helping people with dry hair forever with it’s signature blue colored conditioner. It’s a little on the expensive side but you don’t need much. I shampoo and condition my hair like normal, then dab a little bit of this on my hair to leave in. That way, it lasts longer. You won’t be disappointed with this one.
Where to Get it: $17.09 at local drugstores and salons.
4. Aveeno Nourish + Moisturize Conditioner
Why it’s awesome: This shampoo is such an inexpensive price for a great product. It’s made with wheat and oat and repairs damaged hair in addition to helping you with your dry hair problems.
Where to get it: $5.59 at local drugstores.
5. Neutrogena Triple Moisture Daily Deep Conditioner
Why it’s awesome: Over a hundred people recommend this conditioner for dry hair. Apparently, it’s a miracle worker, and I totally need to buy it now after reading tons and tons of rave reviews. You use it every single day and over time, it will use its natural extracts to repair your hair and give it moisture and shine.
Where to Get it: $5.43 at local drugstores