What is another word for conditioners?

Pronunciation: [kəndˈɪʃənəz] (IPA)

"Conditioners" generally refers to products used to improve the condition and appearance of hair, but there are many synonyms that can be used to describe different types of hair conditioners. For example, "detanglers" help to smooth and detangle hair, while "moisturizers" add moisture to dry or damaged hair. "Smoothers" help to flatten and reduce frizz, while "reconstructors" rebuild and strengthen hair. "Leave-in conditioners" can also be referred to as "sprays" or "serums", while "rinse-out conditioners" can also be called "treatments" or "masks". Whatever the terminology used, the role of a conditioner is to nourish, protect, and improve the health of hair.

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What are the hypernyms for Conditioners?

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  • Other hypernyms:

    beauty products, hair products, Haircare Products, grooming products, personal care products.

Usage examples for Conditioners

This remarkable natural tonic and conditioners is not a specific for any single disease.
"Pratt's Practical Pointers on the Care of Livestock and Poultry"
Pratt Food Co.
Then he went into the outer office while the air conditioners cleaned out his private office.
"Unwise Child"
Gordon Randall Garrett
The intercom was gone, too, along with the air conditioners, the lights, and half a dozen other sub-circuits.
"Unwise Child"
Gordon Randall Garrett

Famous quotes with Conditioners

  • Call me old-fashioned, but I like my conditioners to be conditioners and my shampoos to be shampoos.
    Kyan Douglas
  • It’s funny how one summer can change everything. It must be something about the heat and the smell of chlorine, fresh-cut grass and honeysuckle, asphalt sizzling after late-day thunderstorms, the steam rising while everything drips around it. Something about long, lazy days and whirring air conditioners and bright plastic flip-flops from the drugstore thwacking down the street. Something about fall being so close, another year, another Christmas, another beginning. So much in one summer, stirring up like the storms that crest at the end of each day, blowing out all the heat and dirt to leave everything gasping and cool. Everyone can reach back to one summer and lay a finger to it, finding the exact point when everything changed. That summer was mine.
    Sarah Dessen

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