Products For Dry Hair: What Works, What Doesn’t

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All hair products aren’t created equal. This is especially problematic for those with excessively dry hair.

Once you can separate the good guys — ingredients that soften and nourish dry hair — from the bad, ones that make dry hair brittle and frizzy, you’ll be one step closer to hair you love.

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Good for Dry Hair

Low pH. To help dry hair, look for shampoos, conditioners, gels, mousses, and hair treatments that promote low pH balance on their labels. They’ll help keep moisture locked in. Also look for products that say, “intense moisture,” “anti-aging,” or “thermal protection.”