Best Deep Conditioners For Bleached Hair

by Melissa R.

Let’s face it ladies, beautiful hair is just another of the hundreds of manipulation tactics hidden up our sleeves. It gets tossed, tucked, flipped, or heaven forbid falls over your left eye making the most manly of men sink to his knees. It doesn’t matter if you’re known for your long locks, or a short pixie that would make Pink jealous, gorgeous silky hair is a woman’s greatest tool in her tool shed.

But like a man’s favorite hammer, we too abuse our hair. We dry it, brush it, iron it, and to really put the nail in the coffin, we bleach it, taking it from a silky, gorgeous state, to dry and brittle.

We have the low down on the best deep conditioners for bleached hair, which include hair masks, to get those locks shiny and silky again.

The Best Deep Conditioners

Your last attempt to add even more blonde streaks to your gorgeous mane did not go unnoticed, but unfortunately not in the way you had hoped. For all you ladies with dry, over heated and bleached hair who have maybe gone a few months too long without a trim — allow us to introduce your new hair defense. Damaged, bleached hair, meet deep conditioner. We know the two of you will be a perfect match.

You simply use them after regular conditioning once – two times per week.

  • apply product so that it covers your hair entirely
  • put on a shower cap while you’re finishing up your shower (about 10 minutes)
  • allow the deep conditioner to work it’s spell, and once again, beautiful, shiny, healthy, drop him to his knees hair

Top 5 Deep Conditioners

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Argan Oil Hair Mask

A Grace & Stella product 100% All Natural Ingredients

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Joico K-PAK Revitaluxe

Bio-Advanced Restorative Treatment, 5.1 oz

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Aussie 3 Minute Miracle Moist

Get a pack of 2

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Alterna The Science of 10

Includes a blend of "Enzymetherapy" - The Science of skin care for hair care

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Neutrogena Triple Moisture Deep Recovery Hair Mask

Pack of 2 6 oz Jars

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More About the Top 5 Conditioners We Mentioned Above

Argan Oil Hair Mask

This hair mask is a moroccan oil by Grace & Stella that works to restore your hair to a healthier state. Bring you hair back to life by restoring split ends, adding in some shine, and get back to the time when you loved running your fingers through your hair.

It’s ingredients are 100% pure, and include Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Chamomile Extract, Shea Butter, Sunflower Oil, Aloe Vera Juice, Jojoba Oil, Hickory Back Extract, Thorn codium, Amino Acids Protein.

Joico K-PACK Revitaluxe

This treatment not only helps to restore your hair, but also works to protect it against future damage. It too holds Jojoba Oil and Aloe Extract, and also has 19 Amino acids to improve luster and elasticity.

Aussie 3 Minute Miracle Moist

It’s not often you see a product make a “top 5” list that is a regular on the grocery store or pharmacy shelf, but Aussie created a winner with this deep conditioner. It is the least expensive from our list, but don’t let that fool you. Aussie’s 3 Minute Miracle Moist is a consistent winner of  beauty product awards, including the 2011 and 2012 Allure Best of Beauty Award, and 2013 Glamour Glammy Award for “Best Conditioner”.

Alterna the Science of 10

You could have probably guessed that this hair mask is infused with 10 organic botanicals, and happily announces it’s testing as all-natural, and never used on animals.

Neutrogena Triple Moisture

This deep recovery hair mask by Neutrogena specifically treats dry over-processed, and color-treated hair. It is a weekly treatment, and is also offered in the form of shampoo, conditioner, leave-in cream, and shine serum.

These are our top 5 picks in the deep conditioner category. There is something for everyone, regardless of your budget.

You can also read our post on tips to repair bleach damaged hair, as conditioning is not enough without proper maintenance and care.

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