It entiches your hair and changes the texture and appearance of hair
It entiches your hair and changes the texture and appearance of hair Conditioner does as its name suggests: Rather than cleansing strands, it conditions the hair follicle—and the effects are immediate. Each hair is covered in tiny cells which look a bit like fish scales. Damage causes these to stand out which makes the hair look dull, rough and out of condition. Conditioners work by smoothing down these scales so your hair looks smooth and shiny again.” The upshot of smoother strands is less static and fewer split ends—so hair is easier to style. But it’s not just about looks. Whereas shampoo opens the hair’s cuticle, conditioner seals it back up—locking nutrients in and pollutants out. This in turn strengthens the hair shaft, preventing breakage, split ends, and even hair loss.