The years may have already done damage to your hair, especially if you're into styling your tresses. It's not easy to manage strands that have gone stiff and dry from all the heat styling, coloring, bleaching, rebonding, and perming. To help solve your problem, apply these ultra-hydrating products to revive your hair post-shower.

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1. Bench Argan Oil Age Defying Hair Treatment

P499, Zalora

Argan oil is one of the best ingredients to hydrate parched strands, and with this bottle's affordable price, it will be crazy not to get it for yourself.

2. Human Nature Conditioning Mist

P249.75, Robinsons Supermarket

This bottle hits three birds with one stone: It conditions dehydrated strands, it leaves a fresh floral scent, and it's organic!

3. Monea Curl Defining Milk

P99, Watsons

A godsend for curly-haired ladies, this product softens strands and defines waves.

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4. Davines OI Oil

P1,195, HairMNL

Aside from its nourishing ability, this lightweight hair oil grants a powdery soft scent to your tresses.

5. L'Oreal Serie Expert Vitamino Color A OX Color 10-in-1 Spray

P1,295, HairMNL

Bring back the shine and softness to color-treated hair while keeping its hues vivid with a few spritzes of this.

6. Wella Luxe Oil

P1,500, La Provence Salon, Central Square Mall, Bonifacio High Street

A great leave-in treatment for heat-styled hair that never feels too greasy.

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