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Written on Friday, February 19, 2016
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Pros: softens hair

When you bleach your hair, as I do, or damage your hair in any way, whether it's through heat styling or coloring, you really need to do everything you can to keep the moisture in your hair. I find that difficult to do with rinse out products alone, which I why I also enjoy using leave-in conditioners.

I feel that products that you actually leave-on your hair have more time to impart moisture into the hair. One of the best I've used recently is the Moisture Seal Hair Healer Leave-In Conditioner from Charles Worthington.

Application

The Moisture Seal Hair Healer Leave-In Conditioner from Charles Worthington is a leave-in conditioner, which you apply to damp hair. It has a gel-crème texture, and it smells great too.

Before I apply it, I will wash and condition my hair and use a conditioning mask. Then I’ll towel dry my hair apply detangling spray and then apply the leave-in conditioner. The conditioner glides over the hair with ease.

You don’t really need much of the product, as it so rich. However, I do apply probably a walnut-sized amount to my hair as it is fairly long.

Once you’ve applied it, you style your hair as normal – and you do not rinse it out. This leave-in conditioner didn’t leave behind any residue or make my hair feel greasy or weighed down, like some leave-in products do.

Formulation

This conditioner offers a great formulation. It is enriched with argan oil. Nowadays, there are a lot of products that state that they contain argan oil. But, often, when you actually read the ingredients, argan oil appears of the last three ingredients.

As ingredients are listed on products in descending order of predominance by weight, if an ingredient appears low down on the list, it means that there’s not actually much of that ingredient in the product.

But, that’s not the case with this leave-in conditioner. It’s actually the third ingredient listed, so this conditioner definitely contains plenty of it. Argan oil is great for hair because it acts as an emollient, which means it softens and as an occlusive, which means it traps moisture into the hair.

It also contains a great mix of other moisturizing ingredients, like panthenol. And, while its scent won’t do anything for your hair, this product smells great too.

 

Results

Overall, the Charles Worthington Moisture Seal Hair Healer Leave-In Conditioner is a good option for anyone looking for something that will give their hair an extra surge of moisture.

As it does contain argan oil, and oils are excellent occlusive ingredients, this conditioner is excellent for trapping moisture into the hair. However, if you have extremely dry hair, you probably don’t have much moisture there to begin with, so this might not provide you with enough hydration.

I have been using this product for a few weeks, and I have found that it makes my hair much easier to detangle, and it has provided it with more moisture. I would definitely recommend it if you’re looking for a reasonably-priced product that delivers results.

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Lauren Todd recommends Charles Worthington Moisture Seal Hair Healer Leave-in Conditioner

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