- 1 Sachajuan Hair Repair
- 2 Captain Blankenship Mermaid Hair Oil
- 3 Amika The Confidante Moisture Maintenance Styler
- 4 Prose Leave-In Conditioner
- 5 Raincry Daily Hydrating Treatment
- 6 Harry Josh Pro Tools Detangling Brush
- 7 Rahua Omega 9 Hair Mask
- 8 Beautycounter Daily Shampoo
- 9 Innersense Hydrating Cream Conditioner
- 10 Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer
- 11 Reverie MILK Anti-Frizz Leave-In Treatment
- 12 Acure Dry Shampoo
- 13 Yarok Feed Your Moisture Masque
- 14 Aquis Lisse Luxe Hair Turban
- 15 Verb Sea Texture Spray
- 16 Slip Silk Pillowcase
- 17 R+Co Balloon Dry Volume Spray
17 Products to Repair Your Dry Hair This Winter
It's no secret that crisp winter air can leave our hair brittle, dull, and frizzy. But we've got solutions. Below, we rounded up the best products for dry hair to keep your strands smooth and shiny all season long.
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Sachajuan Hair Repair
If there's one product that'll revive dull hair, it's this one from Stockholm-based Sachajuan. The intensive Hair Repair treatment uses the brand's signature Ocean Silk Technology (which includes extracts from two cold water algae naturally harvested from the ocean) to promote cell regeneration and strength.
Captain Blankenship Mermaid Hair Oil
Amika The Confidante Moisture Maintenance Styler
You probably already know that most hot tools can leave hair damaged and dried out. Amika's Confidante Moisture Maintenance Styler is an exception. Thanks to the infrared light beam technology embedded into its plates, heat penetrates deeper into the hair cuticle, maintaining moisture throughout. Plus, its negative ion projector seals in shine and keeps frizz at bay.
Prose Leave-In Conditioner
Raincry Daily Hydrating Treatment
Harry Josh Pro Tools Detangling Brush
If your hair is constantly getting knotted up in the dry winter winds, go for this detangling brush from Harry Josh Pro Tools. Suitable for wet or dry hair, its soft bristles smooth everything out and stimulate the scalp for extra circulation.
Rahua Omega 9 Hair Mask
We love Rahua not only for its top-notch hair products but for its sustainable mission, too. The founders are dedicated to working alongside the indigenous people of the Amazon to source ingredients only from self-sustained forests, and the rahua oil is respectfully created through an ancient ceremonial process. The brand's professional-strength Omega 9 Hair Mask can be used once a week to restore shine in dull hair and maintain scalp health.
Beautycounter Daily Shampoo
Innersense Hydrating Cream Conditioner
Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer
Thanks to its amplified airflow technology and intelligent heat control, the Dyson Supersonic dries hair quickly while protecting it from heat damage. Compared to naturally dried hair, the tool has been shown to increase smoothness by 75%, increase shine by up to 132%, and decrease frizz by up to 61%.
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Reverie MILK Anti-Frizz Leave-In Treatment
Acure Dry Shampoo
Yarok Feed Your Moisture Masque
Masking is essential for repairing damaged hair, and Yarok's conditioning Feed Your Moisture treatment is one of the best. Pro tip: leave it on for 15 minutes with a hot towel wrap on top to maximize results.
Aquis Lisse Luxe Hair Turban
Verb Sea Texture Spray
Slip Silk Pillowcase
While regular cotton pillowcases can absorb whatever hair products you use before bed, a pure silk case lets your tresses glide on by without soaking up the good stuff. It also dramatically reduces the tugging that can lead to breakage and frizz.
R+Co Balloon Dry Volume Spray
This dry volume spray gives hair texture and shine instantly. With Calendula, hops, and oarweed botanical complex, it also adds serious moisture.
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