A good conditioner is also essential for men. Every time you shampoo your hair,...> read more

A good conditioner is also essential for men. Every time you shampoo your hair, you remove essential oils that keep your hair and scalp...> read more

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A good conditioner is also essential for men. Every time you shampoo your hair, you remove essential oils that keep your hair and scalp hydrated. A conditioner can nourish and hydrate the hair and scalp again. A conditioner does not need to be used daily, unless your hair and scalp remain too dry or become irritated. At The Alpha Men we have conditioners for sale with good natural ingredients that make your hair soft and smooth and know how to nourish your hair in the right way. We have also prepared a top 10 conditioners for you in which you will succeed, regardless of your hair type!

Conditioner and different hair types

Each hair type requires an appropriate conditioner. Below you can read which conditioner is suitable for your hair type.

Fine or thinning hair

Men with fine or thinning hair should avoid using heavy conditioners. these conditioners can weigh your hair down, making your head of hair look even thinner. However, this is not an excuse to skip the conditioner altogether! After all, without proper hydration, hair can become brittle and break off. And that is of course the last thing you want when your hair is thinning. That is why we recommend a conditioner formula with aloe vera. This ensures that your hair is weightlessly hydrated, making thin hair look thicker.

Dry hair

Dry hair is brittle and especially prone to breakage and tearing. Dry hair can be genetic or caused by excessive use of (harmful) hair care products. Dry hair can therefore benefit from frequent deep conditioning treatments with a nourishing conditioner.

Greasy hair

Even if your hair is oily, you still need proper hydration after shampooing. For oily hair, use a conditioner that is lightweight and uses moisturizing ingredients to hydrate the hair without contributing to extra oiliness.

Normal hair

If you have healthy hair that is not dry, thin or greasy, you can basically use any conditioner. For normal hair, using a conditioner once or twice a week will be ideal.

Use a natural conditioner

These days it's hard to browse the internet without coming across the word "natural". Every webshop sells natural products as a way to avoid harsh chemicals that are found in many products. This is of course also reflected in conditioners, and that is not entirely unimportant! Chemicals are bad for your hair, a conditioner that has these harmful chemicals added to it is more likely to harm your hair than it will do any good for your hair. So always make sure that you purchase a conditioner that is free of harmful substances such as silicones and parabens.

Our favourites

Doers of London Conditioner

This conditioner from the Doers of London brand is rich in vitamins that soften the hair and provide a beautiful shine. The amino acids, copper and zinc, ensure the proper balance of sebum production. The conditioner can be perfectly combined with the Doers of London shampoo for the best result. This conditioner also helps to soothe the scalp and prevent scalp irritation.


Hanz de Fuko Natural Conditioner

The Natural Conditioner from Hanz de Fuko is an all-natural conditioner to make your hair stronger and thicker. The Natural Conditioner from Hanz de Fuko is entirely on a natural basis, the formula includes 16+ plant extracts and 10+ amino acids. The ingredients in this conditioner stimulate the microcirculation of the scalp, strengthen the hair root and thicken the hair shaft.


Patrick's CD1 Stimulating & Thickening Conditioner

Patrick's CD1 Stimulating & Thickening Shampoo stimulates the hair and scalp and makes the hair thicker and fuller. The proteins in this conditioner strengthen the hair and scalp. The Conditioner provides thicker hair and a fuller head of hair. The Conditioner can be used every day and is suitable for thin to normal hair.


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