Formulate Leave-in Hair Conditioner

Purpose of Leave-in Conditioner

To formulate a leave-in hair conditioner, you need to know the purpose and how it is used on the hair. The conditioner is applied after you shampoo and condition. Generally, you apply to towel-dried hair before detangling and styling. This will provide extra moisture and an easy comb through.

The conditioner should always be light in consistency, almost like a hair milk. It can be used by all hair types. The added moisture is excellent for maintaining curls. It does not build-up on the hair. It should leave the hair feeling soft, curls managed, shiny and sheeny.

Directions for Use

  1. Wash and towel dry your hair
  2. Section your damp hair so you can apply evenly
  3. Apply leave-in conditioner to the ends and work your way up to the roots and scalp
  4. The conditioner should be equally spread through your hair
  5. Use a wide mouth comb to gently comb through the hair

Tips: Concentrate on applying the conditioner to areas that are drier, such as the ends. Massage these areas longer and apply more product.

Benefits

  • Moisturizes dry hair
  • Defines curls
  • Detangles
  • Environmental Protection: chlorine from pools, sun, pollution, cold weather, and dry climates
  • Makes hair more manageable for styling
  • Protects from heat styling
  • Adds shine and vibrance to colored hair
  • Helps with frizz by softening the hair
Formulate Leave-In Hair Conditioner
Brazilian Botanical Leave-in Hair Conditioner (Milk)

Formulate Leave-in Hair Conditioner

In my Professional Natural Hair Care Course, there are several leave-in hair formulations. These formulations can be used on many types of hair including: curly, kinky, coily, thick and thin.

You can customize these formulations even further. Personalize it to you or a specific hair type. You can add different flower extracts, herbal extracts, create your own scent or change the conditioner with the seasonal ingredients.

My Brazilian Botanical Leave-in Conditioner formulation can also be made into a hair milk. This formulation contains hair nourishing ingredients and plant-based silicone. Learn more here.


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