1.Is it necessary to rinse after using conditioner?
Yes, you must rinse out conditioner unless it specifically states that it is a leave-in conditioner.
2.How do I find suitable conditioner?
You will find a suitable conditioner by trial and error, meaning, finding what brands work best for you.It is best to conduct research and read reviews before making a purchase.
3.Can I apply conditioner when my hair is dry?
You cannot apply conditioner if your hair is dry; you have to wet it first. Once your hair is wet, you can apply a regular conditioner and rinse it out, or you can apply a leave-in conditioner instead. If your hair becomes unruly during the day, consider applying a hair-smoothing cream instead; those can be applied to dry hair.
4.After applying oil, can I use conditioner after a head bath?
Yes. But before you do that, remember to first use a shampoo to remove the oil from your scalp and then you can condition it. Remember that it's best to oil your hair in the night and shampoo and condition it in the morning, this will help your hair be healthy, and you don't want that greasy look throughout the day.
5.Can we use conditioner once a week?
Yes you can, depending on the thickness/thinness of your hair. If you hair is thick, then you can use it once a weak. On the other side, as in the case of fine hair, you have to use it twice a week. In short, after every hair wash, you need to use conditioner for shiny look.
6.What does conditioner do to my hair?
It moisturizes and softens your hair, repairs some of the damage that can be done by shampoo and other products (as well as heat styling and general wear and tear), and generally helps keep your hair healthy.
7.Can I damage my hair by using too much conditioner?
Not at all. The most you will do is waste money on conditioner as you will go through it fast if you are constantly using too much. Use the best amount of product. If you have average hair length and thickness, divide your hair in half and work dime-sized amounts into different sections until every strand below your ears is covered evenly.
8.Does conditioner reduce the thickness of the hair?
No, it does not reduce the thickness. Conditioner strengthens your hair against breakage by moisturizing it.