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...The hair should not be ironed. Avoid excessively harsh shampoos, but always use hair conditioners. Expectations (prognosis) Improving grooming techniques and avoiding products that damage hair will help correct the...

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Coughing is an important way to keep your throat and airways clear. However, excessive coughing may mean you have an underlying disease or disorder. Some coughs are dry, while others are considered productive. A productive cough i...

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Conditioner

Conditioner makes your hair look its best, but you have to choose the right type for you. There are different varieties available for fine hair, thick hair, curly hair, color-treated hair, and damaged hair. When you find the right conditioner, you will notice that your hair becomes shinier, more attractive, and more manageable. Walgreens.com carries many of the most popular hair conditioner brands like Redken, Paul Mitchell and Matrix.

Moisturizing conditioners

Moisturizing conditioners are best for people with dry or frizzy hair, since they add moisture to parched locks. If you have fine or limp hair, however, a heavy conditioner might weigh down your hair. People with fine hair typically do better with a volumizing conditioner. Damaged hair may need a product with protein or a stronger version of a moisturizing conditioner.

Leave-in conditioners

Leave-in conditioner is a special kind of conditioner that you should put on after your shower. Instead of rinsing it out, you leave it in your hair all day and style your hair as usual after it dries. If you have hair that is damaged from chemical treatments, you may want to alternate a leave-in conditioner with a hot oil treatment to help restore your locks to their original condition.

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