A specifically formulated pampering, hydrating & nourishing treatment that gently detangles hair and provides incredible softness to the hair. For healthy & shiny natural, curly or coiled hair use the entire BLM for Natural hair range.
New BLM Moringa & Green Tea extract Leave-in conditioner with protein and Shea butter, Sweet almond oil, coconut oil, Green tea and African moringa extracts locks in the moisture to help protect the hair from dryness. This concentrated conditioning treatment in control gives vibrancy to dehydrated, brittle, dull, dry-looking hair and softens for easier combing & styling. Curls and waves become more elongated & smoother. These pure oils and extracts retain their nutritive properties and helps to healthy hair and scalp with conditions, moisture and shine.
With Moringa extracts, Citrus & Honey , this formulation is rich in moisture and will leave your hair roots nourished, pampered and rejuvenated.
Directions for use
Shampoo hair with BLM Naturals CoWash. Apply the conditioner on moist or dry hair, evenly spread it through your hair. Leave on hair, allowing your scalp, roots and hair to absorb the treatment.
Benefits of Using a Leave-In Conditioner
Moisturizes Dry Hair
The main purpose of leave-in conditioners is to provide further moisture and keep hair hydrated. These products are great for kinkier hair types, which need more moisture than a regular conditioner can provide. Leave-in conditioners typically contain humectants that help hydrate and soften your strands and make them more elastic and stronger. Water-based leave-in conditioners penetrate the hair strand easier than oil-based products and leave hair feeling hydrated and nourished for longer.
Detangles Knotted Hair
A good leave-in conditioner contains ingredients that add slip and softness to unruly hair, making the detangling process a lot smoother. If your hair tangles and knots easily, this product will release knots and make hair brushable and easy to style. A leave-in treatment fortifies hair to resist breakage, smoothes split ends, and helps retain length.
Makes Hair Manageable and More Responsive to Styling
A leave-in conditioning treatment can improve the manageability of your hair, making it easier to style with a blow dryer or a flat iron. A leave-in conditioner contains ingredients that soften the hair texture, which may enhance the effects of the styling treatment. This product provides a flexible hold that is perfect for curly hair when you just want to add that beautiful bounce to your curls. You can reapply it throughout the day to re-moisturize your hair and refresh your style.
Acts as a Barrier Against Heat
Prior to blow drying or using hot irons, you need to use a heat protectant to protect your tresses from the damaging effects of heat. A leave-in hair conditioner functions as a heat protectant, providing an extra layer of protection against damage that can be caused by thermal appliances. Use a leave-in conditioner prior to styling to keep most of the moisture in your hair and to prevent your hair from getting crunchy.
If you’re dealing with dry and frizzy hair, there is a good chance that you will benefit from adding a leave-in conditioner to your regimen. A good leave-in conditioning treatment enhances hair’s softness and provides lasting frizz control by locking moisture in the hair shaft. This product also does a great job at reducing frizz caused by static electricity, which tends to make a mess of your hair during winters.
To keep frizz under control, use a rinse out conditioner with humectants and apply a leave-in conditioner to damp or dry hair according to the directions on the bottle.
Differences between Leave-In and Rinse-Out Hair Conditioners
Both types of conditioners serve to retain hair moisture and to soften the hair texture for easy combing and styling. Although both products serve the same basic purpose, a leave-in conditioner is not the same as a rinse-out conditioner. It is formulated differently and should be used in a different way. The primary differences between those two types of conditioners are these:
Rinse-out hair conditioners are basically used in the shower just after you rinse out your shampoo and need to be left in your hair for a couple of minutes. After that time, the product should be rinsed out of hair thoroughly, otherwise, it can weigh hair down and cause product build up in your hair.
The product specified as a leave-in hair conditioner is supposed to stay in the hair for a significant period of time without rinsing. It is usually applied to towel dried hair, but there are also lightweight leave-in spray conditioners that you can spray onto dry hair when you need to refresh your style. A leave-in is generally used in smaller amounts than a regular conditioner.
Rinse-out conditioners coat the hair’s outer layer, add softness, and help repair damage done by harsh shampoos. They provide moisture by replacing the vital oils in your hair that are lost during the shampooing process. These products also make detangling easier and help tame frizz.
Leave-in conditioners moisturize dry hair and make it softer, smoother, and shinier. They serve as detanglers, hair styling products, and heat protectants. Leave-in conditioner is one of the most widely used hair products to protect curly hair from dryness.
Consistency: Rinse-out conditioners are thicker and heavier than leave-in treatments. They coat the hair strand with a thick layer that sticks to your tresses after rinsing it out.
Leave-in hair treatments are designed to be more watery and much lighter compared to the rinse out conditioners.