Hair and Beauty

The Best Deep Conditioners for Low Porosity, Type- 4 Natural Hair

If you are anything like me, when it comes to purchasing natural hair products, I want to make sure I’m getting my money’s worth. When a product is over $15 I’m like ehh, is it worth it? Today I’m giving you my top 5 favorite deep conditioners that are totally worth the price!

The Hype is REAL!

Mielle Organics Babassu and Mint Deep Co

1. Mielle Babassu Oil & Mint Deep Conditioner $14.99 8 oz

Here is why it’s totally worth it: The deep conditioner is so bomb! It has a minty smell and it smells AMAZING! I love the way the product feels on my type 4 natural hair. It hydrates my hair strands and I feel a cooling sensation on my scalp. It is really refreshing. It has the perfect balance of protein and moisture so my curls feel stronger, soft and are manageable.

Oh! She is THICK!

Shea Moisture Manuka Honey and Mafura Oil Hair Masque

2. Shea Moisture Manuka Honey, Mafura Oil Intensive Hydration Masque $13.99 12.6 oz

This deep conditioner is Thick Thick! It has a nice subtle smell and gives my hair a quick boost of hydration. This is my staple deep conditioner during the winter and summer months. It also has great slip and leaves my hair silky smooth. If you are looking for a deep conditioner to restore your hair, then this is the one!

Calm & Soothing

Camille Rose Quench Deep Conditioner

3. Camille Rose Lavender Quench Deep Conditioner $18.00 8 oz

I reviewed the whole Camille Rose Lavender Collection on a previous blog post, and I obviously loved this collection by Camille Rose. She is pricey! BUT this deep conditioner reminds me of being in a SPA and is so therapeutic. It is infused with lavender oil, so of course it has a fresh lavender smell. There is a bit of methanol so, it invigorates the scalp and has a nice cool soothing feeling on my scalp. It’s like Ahh! If you are looking to have a therapeutic wash day, then I suggest using this deep conditioner!

So Smooth

Texture ID Deep Treatment Masque

4. Texture ID Deep Treatment Masque $7.99 12 oz

If you can get past the smell, then you will love this deep conditioner. When I first tried this conditioner I was very surprised by the smell. The key ingredients include: sweet almond oil, wheat protein and honey, so I assumed this product would smell sweet, but it has an earthy smell. I initially frowned at the product, but when I applied it, that frown turned into a smile. This deep conditioner has AMAZING slip. I remember using this on Day 8 hair— and it melted the tangles away. My hair was instantly hydrated and it was very easy to detangle. Of course I was shocked because after I smelled it, I had low expectations. This product is a must try!

Sweet like Candy

Miche Beauty Indulge Deep Conditioner

5. Miche Beauty Indulge Deep Conditioner $15.99 9 oz

Last, but surely not least is Miche Beauty’s Indulge Deep conditioner. I have a deep conditioning video featuring this product. The wonders it worked on my hair is unexplainable, so you should just watch the video for yourself! I absolutely love the smell of this because it literally smells like candy. This is deep conditioner moisturizes and makes my hair soft and more manageable. It gets the job done!

If you are looking for deep conditioners that nourish the hair, has great slip, and moisturizes, then I would recommend any one of these deep conditioners. These are my top 5 and if you aren’t deep conditioning— whew chile, you need to start! I created The Ultimate Guide to Deep Conditioning. It is a step-by-step guide to help you properly deep condition your hair.

Happy deep conditioning! With these 5 products you definitely won’t be disappointed!

Until next time, Love & Light!

Meaghan Lindsey

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