Hands Down, These Are the Best Drugstore Deep Conditioners
Soft, touchable beach waves are what we have our fingers crossed for this summer, but to get there, the first step is healthy, hydrated hair. Pricey conditioners and hair masks may be the first images that come to mind to reach these goals, but having silky tresses doesn't mean emptying your wallet. Some of the best products for your hair are available at your local drugstore. Here we've gathered a batch of nine of the best drugstore deep conditioners, each with rave reviews and all of them priced under $14 so you can save your wallet and pamper yourself at the same time. Keep reading for nine of the best deep conditioners around, all available at the drugstore.
Pantene Pro-V Repair and Protect 3 Minute Miracle Deep Conditioner ($5)
Pantene's deep conditioner works in just three minutes to repair and hydrate damaged hair. In its almost 100 rave reviews, users consistently note how refreshed their tresses look after a single use. If you have three minutes to spare, try this drugstore deep conditioner to add some extra lift to your locks.
It only takes five minutes to reap the benefits of Hempz's Pure Hemp Deep Conditioner. Curly-haired girls are especially enamored with this product. Niecy on Ulta writes, "I have really kinky curly hair and it really made my hair soft and moisturized." User Sammy writes the conditioner helped "bring my hair back to life" after dyeing. We're definitely putting this on our list of drugstore deep conditioners to try ASAP.
Aussie's $3—yes, that's right, $3—deep conditioner has racked up a cult following as one of the best deep conditioners around. The product has nearly 900 five-star reviews on Target's site alone, with users commenting on its ability to lessen frizz and hydrate dry ends—and it only takes three minutes to work.
Hask Keratin Deep Conditioning Tube ($6)
With added keratin to help strengthen brittle hair, this deep conditioner by Hask has numerous five-star reviews raving about its effectiveness. Ulta user Carrie writes, "I have been using this deep conditioner for several months, and it has worked well with my hair, which is thin, fine, and color-treated." This mask takes 10 minutes to settle in, so use this as a weekly treatment when you really have time to nourish your locks.
Neutrogena Triple Moisture Daily Deep Conditioner ($5)
If you're looking for a deep conditioner you can use daily, Neutrogena has the product for you. Its Triple Moisture Deep Daily Conditioner only needs a minute to tame flyaways and lessen frizz. With a four-and-a-half-star rating on Target's site, it looks like users love it too. One user, Charlotte, comments on how lightweight it is, saying, "This product is great because it doesn't weigh down my hair, and that's what most products end up doing." For a price like this, our interest is definitely piqued.
L'Oréal Paris EverCreme Sulfate Free Deep Nourish Conditioner ($7)
One of the most reviewed products on this list, L'Oréal's Deep Nourish Conditioner is one of the best-reviewed drugstore deep conditioners on the web. With 1200-plus reviews on Target's site alone, users repeatedly comment on its ability to nourish hair without being too heavy. One fan of the product, Amy, says, "I'm hooked after one use. My hair feels, looks, and smells amazing." To top it off, this product is vegan and cruelty-free, and it doesn't contain sulfates.
John Frieda Brilliant Brunette Color Deepening Conditioner ($10)
A twist on the usual deep conditioner, John Frieda's Brilliant Brunette conditioner adds a depth of color to dark hair, including both color-treated and natural shades. This is a useful product to have on hand between trips to the salon to keep color rich while nourishing dry ends. The line also offers a variation of the product for blondes.
Burt's Bees Shea & Grapefruit Deep Conditioner ($8)
If you're looking for a deep conditioner that's free of sulfates and formaldehyde, this deep conditioner by Burt's Bees is for you. Not only does it smell amazing with its mix of shea butter and grapefruit, but users like Jill on Target's site count this product as a must-have in their beauty routine, saying, "It makes my hair so soft and shiny. People compliment me on it all the time." This treatment takes just two minutes and is packed with vitamins A, E, and F.
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