I need a rich conditioner that moisturizes my long, curly, dry hair yest doesn't weight it down and, most importantly, helps a lot with detangling in the shower. Does this conditioner have the "slickness" needed to be a good detangler for curly hair?
asked 3 years, 7 months ago
on Phytokératine Conditioning Treatment
I have some curl - This conditioner has made my hair stronger and better moisturized. It makes it easier to comb when it's wet and rinses clean, no residue. Curly hair is tricky to moisturize without weighing it down and making it frizzy. Give this a try!
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
This is a great product, and should have been marketed as a "conditioning additive". It will work really great when placed on hair as a pre-conditioning treatment. The most overlooked environmental factor to great hair is the water quality and what it will do to your hair. If your water is chemically cleaned it will strip hair of everything.( New Orleans is notorious for giving bad hair and it is not just the humidity). So you need to put everything back in. Keratin needs to go in. Use this first then follow with one of the Phyto mask. Find out which ones moisturize, which ones put protein back, and which ones calm the cuticle. Smoothing the cuticle is great, but it can prevent moisture in/ too much protein will make your hair break! That's why I believe you can use one shampoo most of the time, but you have got to switch up on the conditioners. Tips in getting the best outcomes with your conditioners: 2) use a face towel to dry hair as much as possible, 2) apply two conditioners and comb thru and3) pull hair up and clip down to prevent additional water to dilute. I know it seems like a lot of work but a terrific head of hair does require the extra time and know how. Find out from the Phyto rep. what will do what.
answered 3 years ago
(Denham Springs, LA)
No. I had to use a ton of the product for in to penetrate my hair. It detangles but I would worry with curly hair it coating it evenly enough to make a big enough difference for these specific purposes.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago