Leave-in conditioner, deep conditioner and regular conditioner. WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE?


  • Do not rinse out.
  • Lightweight & and continuously conditions over time.
  • Helps to further detangle, reduce frizz, & maintain moisture.
  •  Attracts to negatively charged areas to fill the voids (damaged areas).
  • Serves as a barrier around the hair to protect when detangling & styling.



  • Rinse after a short time.
  • Hair treatment that should be used every week or two.
  • Stabilizes pH after shampooing.
  • Rebuilds compromised protein structure within the hair shafts
  • Needed for damaged and chemically damaged hair.
  • Increase hair elasticity.



  • Rinse out
  • Formulated with heavy moisturizers & conditioning agents
  • Is used to stabilize the pH of your hair after shampooing.
  • Helps detangle and add shine.


Final Notes

  • Deep conditioners and regular conditioners should not be used as leave-in conditioners.
  • Buildup will occur and this will lead to weigh-down curls and damage.
  •  Deep Conditioners can be rotated with regular conditioners but should not be used more than once a week.
  • They contain oils and this can also lead to weighing down curls.