Top 6 Deep Conditioners Your Natural Hair Needs
We all know that deep conditioning is absolutely necessary when it comes to maintaining strong, moisturized curls. Finding the right products to achieve your hair dreams can be such a struggle though and sometimes you will even find yourself in the beauty supply store aisle for half an hour or longer just trying to determine what you should pick up (been there, done that…we are definitely kids in the candy store when we get there). Don’t worry though y’all, don’t be like us. We’ve tried so many different deep conditioners throughout our journey and we know what works for us now! Keep on reading to see our top deep conditioner choices to keep your natural hair hydrated and flourishing!
This deep conditioner was my first introduction to Alikay Naturals and I must say it was an amazing first impression! I was very hesitant to purchase this based off the price, sizing, and the fact that I haven’t heard of the conditioner before but I decided to take my chances. I’m glad I did, chile. This honey and sage conditioner repairs dry, brittle hair and you can feel the difference in your hair very quickly after application. The results are immediate and it’s more than just a temporary fix to breakage and dryness.
Where to find: I found this product at my local beauty supply store, but it is also sold at Target, Walmart, Amazon and on their official website.
DevaCurl Melt Into Moisture - $36.00
Gelila’s staple deep conditioner! The price is hefty, but she swears by it. DevaCurl is very much a well-known brand for curly girls and has always received major hype and she says they live up to it! “Melt Into Moisture” is not the name of this product for nothing because it literally melts into your strands like butter itself to leave your hair feeling rejuvenated and super bouncy.
Where to find: Gelila typically buys hers at Target, but it is also sold at most major department stores like Macy’s and Nordstrom and it can also be found at some Walmarts.
A deep conditioner on the more budget-friendly side that WORKS, haha get it?! “BodyWorks”. Anywho, I’ve always been a fan of this deep conditioner because you get some bang for your buck with this product that doesn’t come in a tiny jar like most deep conditioners. This Eden BodyWorks’ conditioner has major slip and is blended with coconut oil, jojoba oil and monoi oil to restore hair strength, shine and make dry hair manageable.
Where to find: Can be found at your local beauty supply store, Target or Walmart.
Fortunately, I was able to try this product for the first time for the freeski because I never saw myself picking this up myself until I finally got to use it! I’m such a fan of it now! Although the jar isn’t too large, a little truly goes a long way with this one. I’ve always loved Camille Rose products and I especially love that it is black-owned, of course. The Camille Rose Curl Maker has always been one of my favorite products of the brand, but I can now add this deep condition to the list!
Where to find: A friend gifted me with this deep conditioner, but it can be found at your local beauty supply store and Target.
Carol’s Daughter has a major hit on their hands with this one! First of all, their packaging is always cute af which always leads me to picking up whatever they have on shelves and I was not disappointed with this purchase. This deep conditioner is intended to leave hair ultra-moisturized, shiny and stronger and I can say it surely does what it claims it should!
Where to find: Can be found at your local Target or on Amazon.
Okay, hear me out on this one. Hask only sells individual packets for their deep conditioner, but this coconut milk and organic honey deep conditioner is life! Hopefully, one day Hask will start selling this product by the jar because it helps rejuvenate dry, brittle hair almost instantly and helps make for a smooth washday!
Where to find: In all honesty, this specific pack is super hard to find. I usually pick it up at Walgreens, but they only carry it in certain ones or they are usually sold out. Whenever I do find it, I stock up like a feen.