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Best Leave-In Conditioner For Men Of All Hair Types

When it comes to caring for your ‘do and looking your absolute best, there is no greater weapon than a leave-in conditioner.

With a moisture-rich formula, a leave-in conditioner will lightly coat your hair follicles, making your hair look healthier and feel noticeably smoother.

Here are a few leave-in conditioners that we think you’ll love:

The Best Leave-In Conditioners For Men

1. Olivina Men Rinse Out / Leave-In Conditioning Cream

A multifunctional conditioner that can be used in a traditional sense (rinse out) or as a leave-in, comes this man-fueled product by Olivina Men.

Packed full of barley, hemp, birch, juniper, and countless other natural ingredients – this is a conditioner that is squared directly at the men out there who seek out the more natural offerings.

While there is no denying the intoxicating scent of bourbon and cedar mixed together – it’s the results that count.

Men with coarse or textured hair loved this product by far…

…and that makes complete sense.

Chocked full of natural oils, it can penetrate deep to unwind any knots and make you look your best.

What You Need To Know

It’s a great natural offering with a wickedly manly scent. So if you have coarse hair, try a bit of this and be prepared for some great results.

2. ORIBE Leave-In Conditioner

“Like crack for hair.”

That’s just one of the many quotes we saw from people who have been using the ORIBE line of products.

While CHI is considered a pretty damn good brand when it comes to hair care products, those men out there who want the best and don’t mind paying for it – then buy this leave-in conditioner.

Coming in two varieties (Supershine and Supershine Light), with the former for medium to thick hair while the latter for fine hair, this product is perfect for giving your hair a fantastic non-greasy shine.

Formulated from a batch of natural ingredients that are absent of parabens and is safe to use on color-treated hair, you will not only get great-looking hair but one that is equally healthy.

What You Need To Know

It’s expensive.  But after using it once, you will be hooked.  Just be sure you hide it from your significant other.

3. CHI Keratin Leave-In Conditioner

Among the top of the pantheon of luxury brands that deliver uncompromising performance, you will find CHI.

A staple brand for men who care about style, CHI Keratin is a leave-in conditioner that is an excellent weapon for fighting damaged hair.

Keratin is a structural protein that will help to repair hair cuticles that have been damaged through heat (blow dryer), excessive brushing, or general environmental abuse.

But not only will this leave-in conditioner repair your hair, but it will also further strengthen it to ensure that it doesn’t get damaged again.

Beyond the Keratin, you will also find natural oils (jojoba and argan) in the bottle, which work together to help moisturize and detangle.

Now don’t worry about your hair looking greasy due to the oils; given that these are very much like the natural sebum your scalp is already producing, it should complement it and make your hair ultimately look healthy.

What You Need To Know

It’s among the best leave-in conditioners on the market. So if you had to pick one, this would be it.

4. Unite 7 Seconds Leave-In Conditioner

This ain’t no 7-second abs gents…

If you want salon-quality products and don’t mind paying the premium for them, then this conditioner by Unite is where it’s at.

With a stellar rating from several online retailers, men (and women) find this to be the latest product they have added to their hairstyle game.

Perfect for multiple hair types, including dry, frizzy, and just generally unruly hair – Unite is a spray leave-in conditioner that not only works quickly but effectively.

Unite can work wonders on men with thin hair by adding additional strength to the entire follicle shaft.

With just the recommended 4 to 6 sprays of this stuff, it will get your hair looking on point and prepped for your favorite hair clay or wax.

What You Need To Know

If you don’t mind paying a few extra bucks to have hair look and feel better quickly, then give this one a shot.

5. MOP Mixed Greens

Also, the name of the salad that I ordered for lunch yesterday, Mixed Greens (despite the poor name selection), is a solid all-around leave-in conditioner that works with all hair types.

A cream-based formula packed in a 5.1oz container, this stuff will work wonders on your ‘do.

While largely a natural compound, it does have ample Vitamin A & E that helps to get the good stuff to both the root and shaft of your hair follicle.

In addition to this vitamin-rich formula, moisture delivery is another key aspect.

Giving your hair a nice non-greasy look is why people love this product by MOP.

What You Need To Know

It’s a great naturally derived leave-in conditioner that delivers the essentials.  Works with all hair types so you can share with others easily as well.

6. Redken One

Nestled between a leave-in conditioner and detangler, you will find Redken One.

Dubbed as an All-One Multi-Benefit Hair Treatment, this spray solution attempts to cut down on the reliance on multiple products used for your head every morning.

But don’t worry, if you still like to use your trusted hair gel or pomade, they will still work fine if you use this in the morning.

With a spray design like both TIGI and Unite products we went over, you can quickly apply this to your towel-dried hair as soon as you exit the shower.

Oh, and don’t be fooled by the feminine design of the bottle…

…the dominant scent for Redken One is somewhat woodsy.

What You Need To Know

It’s a great way to cut on your hair styling bill by getting a product that covers nearly all the bases.  The woodsy fragrance is a nice touch.

About Adam

As the lead editor of Tools of Men, Adam is an expert in all things men's grooming and style. When you don't find him reading up on the latest style trends, he likes to go jogging, attempt to distinguish the differences between IPAs, and play sports with his kids.

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