Leave-In Conditioner: All the Benefits, None of the Residue

Whether you’re a wash-and-go kind of person, or you use three or four products before you style, there’s one product that should always be part of your routine: leave-in conditioner. 

A great leave-in conditioner detangles, hydrates and protects your hair from heat styling, and never weighs it down. You can layer other products on top of it or just blow dry.  At rSalon and Spa, we use it on all our clients to prep and protect their hair before we style. 

Why a Leave-In?

Your hair has natural lipids that protect from the inside to keep damaged hair from becoming dehydrated. From the outside, these lipids smooth and protect the hair cuticle. 
But when natural lipids disappear due to heat damage, chemical treatments or aging, hair can become dry and brittle. 

Spraying your hair with a leave-in conditioner before you style helps lock in hydration and protect your hair from heat and outside elements.

Our Favorite

But of course, all leave-in conditioners are not created equal. For instant hydration, detangling and protection, we recommend Nutriplenish Leave-In Conditioner for all hair types and textures.

Nutriplenish replenishes hair for 72 hours and protects from thermal styling up to 450° F. A naturally derived UV filter helps protect hair from the drying effects of the sun, and it’s 98 percent naturally derived. And because it’s Aveda, it’s free of silicones, parabens, mineral oil and synthetic fragrance.

After using Nutriplenish Leave-in Conditioner, your hair is left soft and manageable. No greasy residue or heavy coat—just healthy, hydrated hair. 

Mist it onto wet or dry hair—mid-lengths to ends for fine/medium hair and roots to ends for thicker or highly-textured hair. 

We love Nutriplenish Leave-in Conditioner for all hair types, especially long hair. Talk to your rSalon and Spa stylist about the proper way to use it on your hair. 


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