What about conditioner?
Good question! A lot of people find that when they start using shampoo bars regularly, that they don’t need to condition their hair. That’s nice for those people, but I have dry, frizzy, curly hair, and I most definitely DO need a conditioner. Hello hair conditioner bars.
Do conditioner bars work? Yes – if you find the right one!
Solid hair conditioner isn’t as common as solid shampoo, but it is most definitely available. Note that a conditioner bar will take longer to rinse out of your hair than regular hair conditioner – use warm / hot water and rinse for ages. You can also follow up with a vinegar rinse if you like. This is especially recommended if you live in an area with hard water (see here).
The best conditioner bars for curly hair
I spent a long time looking for the best conditioner bars for curly hair. Chances are if you are looking for conditioner bar info, you have curly or dry hair like mine. I think I’ve tried about five different conditioning bars, and I’ve also tried making my own.
None of them compare to the conditioner bars made by Ethique – they are amazing. I am happy to splurge because I know it works, it lasts for a really long time and because of this, it’s still cheaper than buying ordinary conditioner.
Ethique make a great natural hair conditioner – containing natrual ingredients that will keep your hair soft, but not out of control fluffy. It really does help tame the frizz!
There are options for normal / dry hair, for babies (smells really good), or you can buy a sample set of Ethique’s products if you want to be sure they are right for you.
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