The 19 Best Conditioners for Thin Hair That Won’t Weigh It Down

According to hairstylists, dermatologists and editors

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Looking for a little lift in the hair department? It all starts in the shower. Since we already got you covered with the best volumizing shampoos, we’re here to help you with part two: the best conditioners for thin hair. We know how challenging it can be to find a conditioner that doesn’t weigh down your locks, so we consulted 12 professional hairstylists, dermatologists and editors to share their top picks for all hair textures—from stick straight stands to thick, curly hair.

On this list, you’ll also find top-rated products catered to specific needs. For example, if you’re looking for some extra hydration, a popular pick is Vegamour’s GRO Revitalizing Conditioner, which is loved by editors and derms alike. And if you’re willing to splurge a little, many enjoy Christophe Robin’s Delicate Volumizing Conditioner. We also included plenty of budget-friendly options like L'Oréal and Biolage, too. Ahead, you’ll find the 18 best conditioners for thin hair that won’t weigh down your strands in the slightest.

The Best Conditioners for Thin Hair at a Glance


Best Overall

Vegamour GRO Revitalizing Conditioner

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Best for Hair Growth

Nioxin Scalp Therapy Conditioner

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Most Lightweight

Philip B Lightweight Deep Conditioner

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Best for Dry Hair

SexyHair Big Volumizing Conditioner

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Best for Straight Hair

PHYTO Volumizing Jelly Mask

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Meet the Experts:

  • Bridget Brager is a celebrity hairstylist in Los Angeles. She specializes in styling and cutting hair for fashion week, editorial shoots and brand campaigns. She’s also worked for brands like Target and Chanel, and for publications like Harper Bazaar, Vogue and InStyle. Her previous clients include Priyanka Chopra, Lucy Hale, Zoey Deutch and Gwyneth Paltrow.
  • Harry Josh is a celebrity hairstylist and founder of Harry Josh Pro Tools. He has a decade of experience, specializing in cutting and coloring hair. His previous clients include Ellen Pompeo, Gisele Bündchen, Cindy Crawford and Helena Christensen.
  • Connor Daniels is a hairstylist at Mirror Mirror Salon in Austin, Texas. He has three years of experience, specializing in dimension color treatments (like blonde coloring and highlights) and trendy cuts. He works primarily on wavy, long and/or straight hair.
  • J Schruise is a hairstylist, regional educator for PHYTO and owner of J Schruise Salon in Charlotte, North Carolina. He has a decade of experience, and has worked with some of the biggest stylists like Jen Atkin, Thanos Samaras and Ryan Cotton. He specializes in bridal hair, coloring and custom haircuts for his clients.
  • Mandy B is a certified trichologist and hair loss practitioner. She has over a decade of experience, starting out with cutting, styling and coloring hair, before specializing in scalp health. She offers virtual consultation and treatments through her own company, THairapy Wellness Center.
  • Danielle Priano is a celebrity hairstylist and ambassador for Sexy Hair. She has decades of experience in the industry, working on brand campaigns and launching her very own accessories collection, PSxDanielle. Her previous clients include Vanessa Hudgens, Hailey Bieber, Mariah Carey and Hailee Steinfield.
  • Dr. Rachel Nazarian is a board-certified dermatologist at Schweiger Dermatology Group in New York. She specializes in cosmetic treatments, injectables, laser, general dermatology and body contouring. She’s also a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology and has published articles in numerous medical journals and dermatology textbooks.
  • Dr. Marisa Garshick is a board-certified dermatologist at MDCS Dermatology in New York. She's also an assistant clinical professor of dermatology at Cornell New York Presbyterian Medical Center. She specializes in cosmetic and medical services, including treatments for acne, psoriasis, skin cancer, wrinkles and more.
  • Philip B. is a scalp expert, celebrity hairstylist and founder of Philip B. Haircare. He has over 30 years of experience, having launched his first product—the Rejuvenating Oil Treatment—in 1992. He has worked with celebrities like Sharon Stone, Gwyneth Paltrow and Sandra Bullock.
  • Dr. Christina Han is a board-certified dermatologist and director of dermatology at False Creek Dermatology in Vancouver, Canada. She specializes in medical, cosmetic and surgical dermatology such as psoriasis, acne and skin cancer. Dr. Han is also a clinical assistant professor at the University of British Columbia.
  • Seamus McKernan is a hair stylist and color specialist with over 18 years of experience. He’s based in Chicago at Golden Fleece Salon, where he offers advanced razor cutting, precision cutting, balayage and specialty color. Seamus is also part of Nioxin’s Design Team.
  • Dr. Jodi Logerfo is a doctor of nursing and a family nurse practitioner. She has over a decade of experience and is certified in both family medicine and dermatology. She specializes in treating skin disorders and offers treatments such as injectables.

How We Chose the Best Conditioners for Thin Hair

We went straight to our panel of experts for their product recommendations. This group consists of board-certified dermatologists, trichologists and professional hairstylists. We also thoroughly researched top retailers, including Amazon, Sephora, Ulta Beauty and Target, to further round out our list. Once we had our top selections, we organized each of the conditioners into categories: drugstore brands like L’Oréal Paris, luxury brands like Christophe Robin and fan favorites like Ouai. From there, we analyzed each conditioner’s key ingredients to see how they could benefit thin hair. Last but not least, we factored in customer reviews to bring you the 18 best conditioners for thin hair, so you can find the right one to suit your needs.

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  • What We Like: great for frizz, contains clean ingredients
  • What We Don’t Like: might be drying for some hair types
  • Key Ingredients: karmatin, marula oil, baobab oil, murumuru butter
  • Size: 8 oz

Vegamour is both a derm and editor favorite. It contains karamatin (also known as B-silk protein), which, according to Dr. Garshick, “works to bond the hairs to fortify strands and seal in shine without feeling heavy or leave build up behind.” The rich formula also includes phytoactives (like red clover and mung bean) to improve the overall volume in your hair, as well as a nourishing blend of marula, baobab and murumuru butters that add hydration back to dry locks.

Best for Hair Growth

2. Nioxin Scalp Therapy Conditioner


  • What We Like: promotes hair thickness, great for fine hair
  • What We Don’t Like: might be drying for some hair types
  • Key Ingredients: biotin, peppermint oil
  • Size: 10.1 oz

This lightweight conditioner aims to balance moisture and strengthen thin strands, while adding fullness over time. As McKernan explains, “It’s formulated to address your unique hair type and level of thinning. It’s full of vitamins like niacinamide and biotin, so that with continued use, your hair can appear thicker and fuller.” The brand recommends applying the conditioner onto your scalp and strands and leaving it on for three minutes before rinsing it out.

Most Lightweight

3. Philip B Lightweight Deep Conditioner

Philip B

  • What We Like: helps detangle hair, contains plant-derived ingredients
  • What We Don’t Like: small bottle, is a bit pricey
  • Key Ingredients: shea butter, wheat germ, soy proteins, essential oils
  • Size: 6 oz

“This conditioner was made to nourish and hydrate your hair without the weight, wax or grease [that often comes with many conditioners]. It was created with fine and thin hair in mind,” says Philip B. The lightweight formula features shea butter, soy proteins and essential oils (like lemon, orange, lavender and gardenia) to nourish hair without ever feeling too heavy on thin strands. “The blend of plant-derived extracts also helps make hair feel smooth, lush and manageable without dragging it down,” he adds.

Best for Dry Hair

4. SexyHair Big Volumizing Conditioner


If you’re searching for more volume and moisture, look no further than this conditioner. The gentle formula includes botanical extracts (like sweet almond oil and jojoba oil) to offer hydration to thirsty strands. Meanwhile, lemongrass provides a nice scent that’s pleasant in the shower. “It adds moisture and body to all hair types without looking greasy. I also love the addition of botanical extracts and vitamin B3 for hair health,” adds Priano.

Best for Straight Hair

5. PHYTO Volumizing Jelly Mask


  • What We Like: great for fine hair, helps detangle hair
  • What We Don’t Like: small product
  • Key Ingredients: bamboo extract, yarrow extract, tormentil extract
  • Size: 5.29 oz

Silky smooth hair coming right up! This hair mask is formulated with plant-based extracts (i.e., yarrow, tormentil and bamboo) to improve elasticity and soothe scalp concerns. All you need is a quarter-sized amount, which you’ll leave in for three minutes before rinsing to help with detangling once you’re out of the shower. “This mask has a unique consistency that’s more of a gel than a cream. This helps envelope the hair and act as a lightweight moisturizer without sacrificing fullness,” adds Schruise.

Most Nourishing

6. KMS MoistRepair Conditioner


  • What We Like: expert-approved, great for damaged hair, makes it easy to detangle hair
  • What We Don’t Like: not great for color-treated hair
  • Key Ingredients: lactic acid, cetrimonium chloride, 18-MEA
  • Size: 25.3 oz

This nourishing conditioner is one of Harry Josh’s go-to picks for thin hair. As he explains, “If your hair is thin or thinning, it’s important to find conditioners that will help nourish your hair without weighing it down. You’ll also want to look for ingredients that will support the internal strand of the hair to help it grow.” This one features lactic acid, an alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) that gently exfoliates the scalp and hydrates your hair, as well as cetrimonium chloride to minimize frizz and condition hair. The conditioner is alcohol- and paraben-free, so it can repair and moisturize your hair without drying it out.

Best for Smoothing

7. The Rodan + Fields Volume+ Conditioner

Rodan + Fields

  • What We Like: expert-approved, pleasant scent, reportedly improves volume
  • What We Don’t Like: pricey, not great for color-treated hair
  • Key Ingredients: silk peptides, bio ceramide molecules
  • Size: 8 oz

“If you have fine or thin hair, another ingredient to keep an eye out for is acetyl glutamine, which plumps the hair shaft [for fuller hair],” shares Brager. This conditioner from Rodan+Fields features the ingredient, plus bio ceramide molecules that add volume and fullness while leaving hair feeling smoother, and silk peptides for stronger strands. Plus, the formula has a delicious citrusy scent with notes of mandarin, lemon, peony, white tea, amber and musk.

  • What We Like: has a lightweight formula, pleasant scent, great for volume
  • What We Don’t Like: strong scent
  • Key Ingredients: biotin, keratin, chia seed oil
  • Size: 10 oz

The last thing you want is a product that weighs your hair down and causes even more build-up on your scalp. Thankfully, the lightweight formula of this Ouai conditioner nourishes and thickens even the thinnest strands using biotin, keratin and chia seed oil. Plus, the scent—a blend of lemon, jasmine and white musk—will make your strands (and shower) smell like a dream. “I've been using this conditioner for a few months and I love that it has a buttery, moisturizing texture, but doesn't leave my hair feeling greasy. It's not necessarily lightweight in my hand but it still doesn't weigh down my hair. Plus, the scent is absolutely gorgeous,” says Olivia Dubyak, PureWow Commerce Editor.

Best for Color-Treated Hair

9. Nutri-OX Gentle Conditioner


  • What We Like: trichologist-approved, safe for color-treated hair, peppermint scent
  • What We Don’t Like: strong minty scent
  • Key Ingredients: gingko biloba, vitamin b6, biotin, nettle extract, sunflower seed extract
  • Size: 33.8 oz

Whether you bleach, dye or highlight your hair, this gentle conditioner promises to refresh and repair your locks with biotin and vitamin B6. As Mandy B explains, it can “provide essential nutrients back into hair strands to keep them strong and hydrated.” The ingredients also include plant-based extracts such as the gingko biloba to improve circulation, sunflower seed to fight dandruff and nettle to stimulate hair growth. “Optimum scalp health is the number one benefit of using a great hair product like this one. Nutri-ox promises fuller-looking hair, which can reduce the risk of breakage and damage [in the long run],” she adds.

Best for Curly Hair

10. Ouidad Curl Quencher Conditioner


  • What We Like: offers long-lasting results, hydrating ingredients,
  • What We Don’t Like: might be drying for some hair types
  • Key Ingredients: lemon fruit extract, chamomile flower extract, echinacea extract, aloe vera
  • Size: 8.5 oz

This pick by Ouidad keeps our strands hydrated, while preventing them from being weighed down and feeling greasy after the shower. In it you’ll find plant-based extracts (like lemon fruit, chamomile and echinacea), which helps hydrate, improve shine and prevent split ends, as well as, pro-vitamin B5, amino acids and aloe to protect and strengthen strands for maximum bounce. The protein and vitamin combo assures that those with tighter curl patterns will get the moisture they’re looking for. “My curls can feel super dry, but adding this conditioner to my hair routine helps define and moisturize them without making them feel too greasy. Once rinsed, my curl pattern looks soft, shiny and bouncy, even after the third day,” says Chelsea Candelario, PureWow Associate Editor.

Best Vegan Formula

11. Acure Vivacious Volume Conditioner


  • What We Like: helps with volume, lightweight formula
  • What We Don’t Like: not as easy to detangle with
  • Key Ingredients: peppermint, echinacea
  • Size: 12 oz

This conditioner doesn’t joke around when it comes to volume. The vegan formula features peppermint, echinacea and quinoa protein to strengthen strands, prevent breakage and rejuvenate thin or fine locks. It’s also sulfate-, paraben- and formaldehyde-free, in case that’s important to you. “This vegan conditioner uses a lot of ingredients that we know are great for conditioning hair and improving moisture. It also includes some of my favorite extracts like chamomile and calendula,” adds Dr. Nazarian.

Best for Oily Scalps

12. Biolage Full Density Conditioner


  • What We Like: helps with hair density, promotes a healthy scalp
  • What We Don’t Like: has athin consistency
  • Key Ingredients: biotin, zinc PCA, gluco-omega
  • Size: 9.5 oz

This salon-favorite conditioner is ready to tackle thinning and breakage. Formulated with biotin, which has been proven to increase hair density, while minimizing split ends and damage, the creamy formula also contains zinc PCA, which Dr. Han explains, helps “rebalance the scalp, so it can be safely used all the way up to the roots and reduce hair fall out.” Shoppers say they've noticed a difference in their hair, as it leaves it softer and fuller than before. “I have been using this conditioner in combination with [its] shampoo and spray counterparts for over a month. The trio of products makes my thin/oily hair so clean, soft, silky and full. I love the scent, how well it lathers and how my scalp isn't full of residue,” shares one customer.

  • What We Like: reportedly offers results in 12 weeks, instantly thickens hair
  • What We Don’t Like: pricey, doesn’t detangle easily
  • Key Ingredients: organic amla, amino acids, plant oils
  • Size: 6.7 oz

This nutrient-rich conditioner has been lauded for strengthening thin strands and improving volume over time. If used consistently, you may see full results in 12 weeks, according to the brand. How? It includes organic amla, plant oils and naturally derived amino acids, which have been shown to thicken and strengthen hair. “I like Aveda’s Invati Thickening Conditioner because it makes your hair softer, smoother and more hydrated from the outside in, while also protecting it from breakage, making hair appear healthier and better to withstand daily aggressors,” says Dr. LoGerfo.

Editor's Pick

14. Living Proof Full Conditioner

Living Proof

  • What We Like: helps preserve color, offers UV protection
  • What We Don’t Like: has astrong scent
  • Key Ingredients: hemisqualane, amaranth peptides, phyantriot
  • Size: 8 oz

This lightweight conditioner adds softness and shine, while making flat hair look and feel fuller, thanks to amaranth peptides in the formula. It’s also safe to use on color-treated or chemically processed hair, and in fact, it has phytantriol, an ingredient that reportedly preserves hair color and reduces the damaging effects caused by heat styling, UV exposure and pollution. As one reviewer shares, “This conditioner smells amazing and leaves my hair super soft and shiny without that heavy, oily feeling. I won't use anything else.”

  • What We Like: great for fine hair, has a pleasant citrus scent, safe for color-treated hair
  • What We Don’t Like: might be drying for some hair types
  • Key Ingredients: French oak extract, rosemary leaf extract, green coconut water
  • Size: 8.5 oz

Infused with plant-derived ingredients, Fekkai’s volumizing conditioner brings life back to thin or fine locks. It’s packed with amino acids and French oak extract to help rejuvenate hair. You’ll also find rosemary leaf extract, an antioxidant that protects and strengthens the scalp—plus, green coconut water, which provides hydration and lifts limp hair. According to one loyal fan, the conditioner delivers on its promises, “No matter how many conditioners I try, I eventually come back to this one. [It] leaves my hair looking glossy and fuller without being weighed down.”

Best Natural Formula

16. Rahua Voluminous Conditioner


  • What We Like: vegan formula, claims to improve shine
  • What We Don’t Like: not great for sensitive scalps
  • Key Ingredients: rahua oil, lavender, eucalyptus, lemongrass, green tea, quinoa
  • Size: 9.3 oz

If voluminous is in the name, we expect body and bounce after every wash. Luckily, this conditioner lives up to its claims. The vegan formula includes rahua oil, which strengthens weak and damaged strands. It also features eucalyptus, lemongrass and lavender to refresh and clarify the scalp, making room for bouncier, more voluminous locks. “I love this natural conditioner. I have tried quite a few and Rahua makes my hair so soft and adds a nice sheen to it. I use about a quarter-size on my long hair and leave it in for 2-3 min. Happy with the results,” shares one reviewer.

Best Drugstore

17. L'Oreal Paris EverStrong Conditioner


  • What We Like: affordable, makes hair feel soft, safe for color-treated hair
  • What We Don’t Like: strong scent
  • Key Ingredients: rosemary leaf extract, cetearyl alcohol, mineral oil
  • Size: 8.5 oz

We love a good drugstore deal, and this one is exceptional. The key ingredient is rosemary leaf extract, which our friends at Healthline say encourages hair growth and prevents breakage. As you apply it on your hair, this sulfate-free conditioner wraps every strand in creamy nourishment and delivers noticeable softness. It also provides the type of lift you normally only see in hair commercials and lends a refreshing herbal scent of cedar, rose and bergamot. With over 2,300 5-star reviewers, shoppers suggest this conditioner for their thin hair. “You can’t go wrong with this process. [It’s] excellent for thinning hair. [It] makes [my] hair fuller [and it’s] better than [other] salon products that are triple the price,” says one reviewer.

  • What We Like: great for shine, can be used daily, lightweight formula
  • What We Don’t Like: small bottle, pricey
  • Key Ingredients: caviar extract, red clover, amia Indian gooseberry
  • Size: 4.2 oz

After a good wash, careful styling is just as important to the health of your hair. Enter this daily leave-in, which boasts Alterna’s signature caviar extract in the formula. The main ingredient is known to restore moisture, while improving elasticity and shine throughout your hair. You’ll also find red clover and amia Indian gooseberry, which encourage hair growth and work to thicken locks. Just spray the leave-in conditioner over damp strands to restore and boost fullness. “My hair is thin with no volume. [I’m] always looking for a product to help me with this, but I never found [one] that I really love until now. This leaves my hair with an amazing look, thicker and healthier, but not oily or heavy,” shares one shopper.

Best Splurge

19. Christophe Robin Delicate Volumizing Conditioner

Christophe Robin

  • What We Like: has a pleasant scent, safe for color-treated hair
  • What We Don’t Like: thin consistency, pricey
  • Key Ingredients: rose water extract, baobab extract
  • Size: 6.7 oz

OK, we know this one’s a bit of a splurge, but we have it on good authority that it’s the real deal. Christophe Robin’s formula is enriched with rose water and fortifying baobab extract to cleanse, preserve color and restore volume without drying out your hair. It has a strong rose fragrance and will leave your bathroom smelling heavenly (but consider this a friendly warning if strong fragrances aren’t your thing). “I absolutely adore this conditioner! I’ve been using it for over a year now and the smell is divine! It smells like you’re in a real rose garden. It gives my fine, curly hair volume without making it look frizzy and it also makes my hair feel super soft,” says one shopper.

Before You Go

What’s the Difference Between Thin vs. Fine Hair?

Simply put, it’s the difference between texture vs. density. As one expert explained in a previous PureWow story, “Fine hair comes down to the thickness of each hair strand, while thin hair is related to the density [or how much hair you have per section].”

While people with fine hair can experience thinning, not all people with thinning hair have fine hair. “It’s possible to have fine hair at a super high density or have coarse hair that is thinning. Just remember that it’s natural to have a combination of the two,” adds McKernan.

What Should I Look for in a Conditioner for Thin Hair?

Hair Type

“Anyone with thin hair typically desires volume and the appearance of fullness. [When it comes to] heavy conditioners, they will flatten the hair to the head, making it impossible to achieve this,” says Schruise. To narrow down your search, find conditioners that target your hair type to start. The pro then suggests looking for bottles with keywords like ‘volumizing,’ ‘plumping’ or ‘densifying.’ He says, “These conditioners are going to be lighter in weight and thinner in texture, like the consistency of a face moisturizer, which is very light and sheer.”

Ingredients to Look for in a Conditioner for Thin Hair

“When shopping for a conditioner, look for ingredients such as amino acids, silk peptides or skin care ingredients like bio ceramides, hyaluronic acid and omegas, which will help improve hydration, without sacrificing on volume,” advises Brager. Other ingredients include plant-based extracts that won’t weigh down hair. “I recommend chamomile extract, calendula, rosemary leaf oil and peppermint leaf extract. They can decrease inflammation, and some (like rosemary oil) can enhance blood flow to the scalp and hair, and have potential to increase hair growth,” adds Dr. Nazarian. And, let’s not forget nourishing ingredients like shea butter, avocado oil and argan oil.

Red Flag Ingredients to Avoid When Looking for a Conditioner for Thin Hair

There are a few ingredients Daniels says to avoid: sulfates, formaldehyde, polyethylene glycol (PEG) and dimethicone. “These ingredients can leave your hair feeling dehydrated and can even increase frizz and cause breakage,” he warns. “And in the case of dimethicone, which is a type [of] silicone that makes your hair feel smoother initially, it can dry out your hair in the long run and cause build-up at your roots, which will weigh things down,” he explains.

Brager agrees, adding that you should also steer clear of conditioners that are “high in alcohol content,” which can be super drying. “These conditioners zap the moisture from your hair, making it feel more voluminous for the day, but long-term use will cause breakage and damage to thin hair, which is usually more fragile to begin with,” she cautions.

Is Conditioner Good for Thin Hair?

Although there may be a fear of weighing down thin hair, all of the experts we interviewed for this story recommend using conditioner in your regular routine. “Conditioning is an important part of a healthy hair care regimen, especially for those experiencing breakage. Conditioner increases manageability by decreasing the friction between hair fibers,” explains Dr. LoGerfo. “One of the most important benefits of using a conditioner is that it coats that outer cuticle, which halts the progression of breakage,” she adds.

Is a Volumizing Conditioner Good for Thin Hair?

“Yes! Most volumizing stylers contain a lot of alcohol leading to the hair fiber drying out. If hair is repeatedly handled with heat and/or alcohol, and you shampoo without conditioning, it has a very high potential for damage. A volumizing conditioner can add much-needed moisture to hair without weighing it down,” says Schruise.

How Often Should You Use a Conditioner for Thin Hair?

According to the experts, you should use a conditioner every time you wash your hair. Now, how often you wash your hair may differ depending on your hair type, concerns and lifestyle. However, Dr. Han recommends reducing how often you use leave-in conditioners or hair masks since these are “often richer and more hydrating.” She says to consider applying these types of products every seven to ten days, as needed.

How Should I Use a Conditioner for Thin Hair?

Two things: You don’t want to use too much conditioner; you typically only need a nickel-size amount at most. And when it comes to the application, focus the conditioner primarily on your mid-lengths and ends only (aka where your hair is driest) and skip the roots altogether.

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