Natural conditioner for silky hair with lavender and shea butter
The natural vegan conditioner for silky hair with lavender and shea butter provides your hair with precious natural plant extracts and oils from certified organic cultivation. The special formula penetrates deep into the hair root and gives the hair more suppleness, elasticity, increases resistance and makes the hair easier to comb. Thanks to the rich extracts, the hair is strengthened from the roots to the tips. The active formula gives the hair new suppleness and gives it a fresh shine thanks to the selected oils.
The natural conditioner for silky hair is very economical, it is enough to put a small dab on the palm of your hand and then massage it in gently. After rinsing out the natural hair conditioner and drying your hair, you will notice that your hair feels smoother and softer. To wash your hair beforehand, we recommend our Moisture Care Natural Shampoo.
As always, BELVIDE hair care products contain no SLS, SLES, silicones, parabens, PEGs, mineral oils, chemical dyes or synthetic perfumes.
- Natural shine
- Dry damaged hair
- Better combability
Benefits of natural conditioner for silky hair
- Properties: The natural conditioner for silky hair contains, among other things, organic shea butter, organic coconut oil and organic lavender. Thanks to this effective formula, the hair is nourished and protected, giving it a natural shine and making it easier to comb. The hair conditioner is suitable for normal to dry/damaged hair.
- Intensive care: The hair is strengthened and cared for in a natural way thanks to the special formula made from valuable plant extracts. The hair conditioner prevents the hair from drying out too quickly and protects it from external influences.
- Pure nature: BELVIDE only uses natural and organic certified active ingredients. We completely do without silicones, sulfates, SLS, SLES, PEG, parabens, mineral oils or synthetic fragrances and dyes.
- Cruelty-free and vegan: Like all BELVIDE products, this conditioner has not been tested on any animal out of conviction. In addition, it contains no animal ingredients and is therefore 100% vegan.
Key Active Ingredients: Coconut, Shea Butter, Lavender & Argan
Coconut oil has an excellent cooling effect on the skin. Moisture is retained by forming a protective film on the skin. This makes it suitable for the care of sensitive and dry skin.
The essential oil is used today to treat wounds and skin diseases. It has an antiseptic effect. At the same time, it has a skin-soothing effect and is very nourishing and antimicrobial. Due to the linalyl acetate and linalool contained in lavender, the essential oil has a relaxing effect on the central nervous system.
Argan oil mostly comes from Morocco, where it is extracted from the almonds of the argan tree. Due to its moisturizing effect, argan oil is an excellent care product for dry skin and dry, damaged hair. It has a high content of vitamin E and serves as a radical scavenger and antioxidant. This can reduce wrinkling.
Shea butter is made from the nuts of the Karité tree, which is native to Africa. The vegetable fat obtained in this way has various skin-care properties. The ingredients of shea butter include natural allantoin, vitamin E, provitamin A and a large proportion of cell-protecting tocopherols. Shea butter has an antioxidant, moisturizing, calming effect and contributes to a perfect moisture balance in a natural way.
Why should you use a natural conditioner?
This question is answered very simply. More precisely, the shampoo opens the cuticle layer of the hair, loosens deposits and frees the scalp from sebum, dead skin and residue from styling products. Now the hair is ready to absorb care products. At the same time, the hair in this condition is also sensitive to negative influences such as heat or environmental pollutants.
This is where the conditioner comes into play: it closes the open cuticle layer again after washing your hair and makes your hair strong for the day. It does not lose any moisture, is protected from drying out and achieves a new shine and new suppleness.
The final hair treatment is an addition and should remain an integral part of your hair care routine.
Hair care tips for dry, dull and damaged hair
Dry damaged hair
Some women suffer from the weakened quality of their hair as damaged hair can appear unkempt to others. The shine of the hair disappears and it can appear straw-like. The strain on the hair subsequently leads to split ends, which means the ends of the hair split open. As a result, the hair no longer looks full, but brittle. In order to avoid these consequences, a number of things should be observed and avoided.
Causes of dry hair
Healthy, undamaged hair is naturally surrounded by a greasy film. The cause of damaged hair is often the lack of oil production on the scalp. This results in the lack of a fat film.
Hair dryness can be caused by various reasons. Intense sun exposure in summer can damage hair quality. In winter, the dry air from the heating puts a strain on your hair and dries it out. The most common trigger for brittle hair is excessive exposure to heat. Constant use of straightening irons and curling irons - but also of a hair dryer - can damage the hair. The hair layers can also be damaged by permanent waves or bleaching.
Excessive care of the hair with shampoo or conditioner can also negatively affect the oil production of the scalp. In rare cases, illnesses can also be the trigger. A hypothyroidism or malnutrition, for example in eating disorders, can be the cause of damage to the hair structure. Split ends at the ends of the hair are usually only found in long hair. This can be caused, for example, by repeated coloring of the hair.
To prevent dry hair and broken hair ends, the following points should be observed. For example, appliances like straighteners and curling irons should only be used occasionally. Air drying your hair is another way to avoid heat damage. If possible, towel drying should also be avoided as this promotes splitting of the hair. Permanent waves and hair straightening cause enormous damage to the hair and should be avoided if possible.
- Avoid excessively hot water temperatures when washing, as the heat also draws out fat and moisture. It is better to wash in lukewarm water and rinse with cold water. This closes the cuticle layer and promotes the natural shine.
- Conditioners and hair treatments are recommended for dry hair. This gives your hair a smoother hair surface and makes it easier to detangle. But be careful: hair treatments should only be used 1-2 times a week. Due to their high vitamin content, the hair can also be over-treated and thus appear flat. Conditioners are recommended after every hair wash. As always, products should be bought without silicone.
- Avoid washing your hair too often. Your scalp needs the opportunity to regenerate and build important moisture barriers.
- Moisturizers are perfect for getting the oil production of the sebaceous glands on the scalp under control. An example of a moisturizer is a hair treatment made from olive oil.
- Split ends can be eliminated by shortening the hair length and intensive hair treatments. Care products with a high lipid content are recommended.
6 insider tips for dry hair
- Recurring head massages boost sebum production and support blood circulation
- For more hair shine, you should rinse your hair briefly with cold water after washing.
- If your hair is a little electrified, just take some hand cream and rub it all over your hair.
- For people who are often in "dry" environments such as trains or airplanes, thermal water sprays are ideal for spraying the hair.
- Before you go to sleep you can put some jojoba oil in your hair and braid your hair into a braid.
- In summer, protect your hair from the sun with a cap or hat.