Recently we did a social shout-out to all of our international curlies and were pleasantly surprised to find a number of them located in The True North! So many of you have asked for our top Canadian curly product picks so we formulated our list, but we'd love to know if we left any of your favorites out. Let us know in the comments!
Who doesn't love aloe vera gel? This one by Lily of the Desert contains Certified Organic Whole Leaf Aloe Vera paired with a thickening agent called Carrageenan. Many women often brag about how great their skin looks after using this product, too. Double purpose? Check. Can be found mostly anywhere in Canada and online? Check.
Check their Canadian store locator here.
This conditioner is packed with herbal emollients for added moisture. It's best suited for dry, heat or sun damaged tresses, and it has a light floral scent that fits great for spring and summer.
In Canada, you can find it at your Well Online Health & Beauty Store. Their flagship stores are in Guelph and Toronto, ON.
MORE: Read more reviews here
Spot a few gray hairs in that curly head? Cover them up with this Argan-Oil rich coloring touch-up kit. It is sulfate-free, gluten-free, and contains Vitamin B.
Every natural that swears by JBCO usually opts for this brand. Sunny Isle never lets us down when it comes to length retention and moisture for curly and coily hair.
In Canada, you may find this at your local Shoppers Drug Mart.
This is a great moisturizer for curly or coily hair that needs some extra summer TLC. It is reasonably priced, and a little product goes a long way, so it'll last.
Find a list of Canadian locations for Clore Beauty Supply here.
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Made with Certified Fair Trade shea butter and virgin coconut oil, this leave-in is a must for soft hair. It's great for sealing in moisture on stretched styles. Find this line at Whole Foods Markets.
Here's a full list of locations in Canada.
This rich blend of oils (including grape seed and sweet almond) replenishes thirsty hair while relieving an itchy, flaky scalp. The nifty applicator tip directly doesn't cause a mess if you use it on your kids, too.
If your curls are in need of some hydration and extra definition, get this. The scent is quite strong and perfumey, and this product is great for frizz control and elongation.
MORE: Watch Canadian vlogger and TV personality Shannon T. Boodram use L'Oreal EverCurl to style her curls.
Ideal for thick, damaged hair. This repair mask is lightweight but provides a smooth, silky, and shiny finish after using twice a week.
This is carried at your local Wal Mart.
For pesky curls that aren't twirling quite the way they usually do or are falling flat. This is your go-to tool. You can find it at the Canada Beauty Supply or online.
You can find this and other Amika tools at your local Sephora.