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Charlotte Mensah Manketti Hair Oil

The Best Treatments for a Hair Health Kick

If you’re going to spend the time and exert the energy on a hair treatment, it needs to make a noticeable difference. And with that, I can help
By: Shannon Peter

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The Best Treatments for a Hair Health Kick

The Best Treatments for a Hair Health Kick

If you’re going to spend the time and exert the energy on a hair treatment, it needs to make a noticeable difference. And with that, I can help

By: Shannon Peter

Like you, I’ve been on a lifelong search for the best hair treatment money can buy, and in my quest, I’ve tried the lot. But between the masks that render hair limp and lifeless, the oils that clump strands together and the treatments that do, well, nothing at all, there are a handful of gems that really work. Magical formulas that make split ends look a little less split, coat each strand in a layer of killer shine, strengthen the very fibre of the hair and make it feel a hell of a lot softer, no matter your hair type or texture. These are the best I’ve tried…

The Hair Hydrator

Dizziak Deep Conditioner, £22

Yes, you can use Dizziak’s cult formula like a regular conditioner, raking it through the lengths and ends post-shampoo. But it also doubles up as a hair mask, and this is where it does its best work, if you ask me. Made from an incredibly decadent blend of plant oils and butters, hair of all textures will slurp up its hydration, leading to softer, stronger strands. Ten minutes is plenty to reap the rewards, but if you have the time, leave it on all day and the effect is rather transformative.

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The Scalp-Saver

Charlotte Mensah Manketti Hair Oil, £48

The way I use Charlotte Mensah’s hair oil is two fold: sometimes I use it as a split-end sealant, coating it on a bit like a mask, and allowing my depleted ends to soak up its nourishment. But I also like to use it to sort my scalp out when the summer sun or winter chill has zapped it of all moisture. I use the pipette to trickle it through my roots, massage it in and leave it there for a few hours before doing a double lather-rinse-repeat cycle with my shampoo.

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The Strength-Restorer

Olaplex No.8 Bond Intense Moisture Mask, £28

You can barely move for Olaplex reviews and tutorials on Tiktok; that’s how good it is for helping to bring damaged hair back from the brink. But rather than the OG, my favourite formula is No.8, the moisture-replenishing mask with the same bond-building technology. Again, it’s suitable for all hair types and textures, but those with a penchant for heat styling and hair colouring will particularly benefit from its ability to scaffold and strengthen weakened strands.

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