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Moisturizing Hair Conditioners

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Moisturizing Hair Conditioners are designed to draw moisture into the hair with humectants which are chemical compounds which absorb and hold moisture. Moisturizing conditioners also seal moisture inside damp hair by coating the cuticle. Natural moisturizing ingredients may include oils, essential fatty acids, sodium PCA and sometimes herbs. Coating moisturizers usually contain wax or glycerin in addition to other ingredients which work in harmony to add moisture.

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