10 Great Hair Conditioners For Dry Hair

I’m not a hair product junkie, but if you looked in my bathroom cabinet you would see lots of different conditioners. No matter what type of conditioner it is, deep conditioner, leave-in conditioner, or rinse-out conditioner, I have several.

While shampoos are important for cleansing your hair, and deep conditioners are a must, rinse-out conditioners are also important especially when your hair tends to easily dry out like mine. This is why I’ve bought and tried several rinse-out conditioners on my relaxed hair over the years.

So it's no surprise that I have some thoughts on what rinse-out conditioners rise to the top. Below is my list of top ten hair conditioner picks for dry relaxed hair. You can find these conditioners in several different places such as Amazon, Walmart, Target, or the beauty supply store. Some of these are ones that I've actually tried and others are ones that I've seen several good reviews on.

Great Hair Conditioners For Dry Hair | A Relaxed Gal 

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1. Keracare Humecto Creme Conditioner

This seems to be a staple for those in the relaxed hair community. I haven't tried it but it sounds really good. This conditioner claims to "correct and prevent moisture loss due to exposure to chemicals and thermal styling appliance."

2. Thermafuse HeatSmart Serum Condition

This is a thick conditioner that would sink into my strands making my hair feel nice and soft after use.

3. L'Oreal Paris Ceramide Total Repair 5 Restoring Conditioner

This conditioner is great when I need a light protein boost to help because of the ceramides it contains.

4. Herbal Essences Hel­lo Hydra­tion Moisturizing Conditioner

For many years I’ve seen raving reviews about this conditioner. Many of the pros in these reviews are it makes hair manageable and helps with detangling. It's also said to be good as a pre-poo.

5. Suave Professionals Avocado + Olive Oil Smoothing Conditioner

I’ve been using this as my pre-poo conditioner because it helps my hair feel smooth and conditioned afterward.

6. Mane 'n Tail Moisturizing Conditioner

I've never tried the Mane 'n Tail conditioner but I've seen several women raving about it in relaxed hair Facebook groups I'm a part of. It claims to not just nourish the hair but also moisturize the scalp which can help with itching and scaling issues. The Mane 'n Tail conditioner does have protein in it. I wanted to mention that for those who may be protein sensitive.

7. Joico Moisture Recovery Conditioner for Dry Hair

This is another conditioner that has some protein in it but it's also another relaxed hair community favorite. The Joico Moisture Recovery Conditioner for Dry Hair claims that it hydrates and strengthens leaving the hair feeling smoother.

8. Moroccanoil Moisture Repair Conditioner

Reviews I’ve read about this conditioner say it leaves the hair feeling soft, manageable, and not weighed down.

9. Dove Anti-Frizz Oil Therapy Oil Conditioner

Though it has a thick, moisturizing formula, reviews of this conditioner say it doesn’t weigh hair down and softens the hair after each use.

10. Design Essentials Stimulations Super Moisturizing Conditioner

The consistency of the conditioner is thick, but not too thick. It has good slip and allowed me to easily finger detangle my hair in the shower. After using it I would notice that my hair felt soft and moisturized after I've used it.

What’s your favorite moisturizing hair conditioner?