Curly haired woman holding Palmer's Coconut Oil Formula Curl Defining Cream for Heat-Damaged Curls

How to Repair Heat-Damaged Curls

Curly hair often has a mind of its own. Many external factors can affect its appearance and texture, including humidity, styling products and especially heat-damage.


Heat-damaged curls are often injured by hair dryers, hot tools, and sun exposure.  Over time, heat-damaged curly hair worsens, causing hair to lose its natural curl pattern.  Thankfully, with the right hair products, it is possible to restore a natural curl pattern even if your hair is severely damaged.


Best Products for Repairing Heat-Damaged Curls


Coconut oil naturally and gently repairs and restores hair, bringing life back to your locks and restoring heat-damaged curls. Heat damaged curls result in breakage, loss of curl pattern, and extreme dryness.  Coconut Oil rich products, like Palmer’s® Coconut Oil Formula Moisture Boost collection, can be beneficial for repairing heat-damaged curls. This entire collection restores and retains moisture with raw, extra virgin coconut oil to get your curls back after heat damage.  Curl patterns and textures improve after each use.


A key factor to repairing heat-damaged curls is to follow a full regimen. Start by drenching heat damaged curls with Palmer’s® Coconut Oil Formula Moisture Boost Shampoo and Moisture Boost Conditioner.  Safe for all curl patterns and textures, these natural reparatives instantly penetrate strands beginning the healing process, to help revert curly hair after heat damage. Curls visibly improve after each use.

Palmer's Coconut Oil Formula Moisture Boost Shampoo and Conditioner for heat-damaged curls on bathroom counter with coconuts

Another important step in a regimen for treating heat-damaged curls is a concentrated strengthening treatment like the Moisture Boost Protein Pack. This intensive moisturizing treatment helps smooth rough or damaged cuticles while improving shine and manageability. 


Heat-damaged curls are dehydrated, so drench your strands with moisture when you use the Moisture Boost Leave-In Conditioner to help revive curls after heat damage as a final conditioning step. This all-day coconut oil treatment smoothes strands, eliminating knots and tangles, leaving hair soft, smooth, and manageable, all while helping repair heat-damaged curls.

Palmer's Coconut Oil Formula Moisture Boost Leave-In Conditioner for heat-damaged curls in bowl on bathroom counter

After shampooing and conditioning, applying a curl cream like Palmer’s Coconut Oil Formula Moisture Boost Curl Defining Cream to revive curls after heat damage, will aid in restoring your natural curl pattern.  This coconut oil-based styling cream minimizes frizz and maximizes perfectly defined curls without leaving hair crunchy.


Reactivating your curls daily will significantly revive the curl pattern to heat-damaged curls.  One of the best products for heat-damaged curly hair is the Moisture Boost Curl Refresher, which reactivates heat-damaged curls in between wash days by imparting hydration and definition, for gorgeous curls with raw, extra virgin coconut oil and Tahitian monoi.

For a double dose of moisture, couple the Moisture Boost Curl Refresher with the Palmer’s Coconut Oil Formula Moisture Boost Hair Oil.

Palmer's Coconut Oil Formula Moisture Boost Hair and Scalp Oil for heat-damaged curls with oil spilled on table top

Give your heat-damaged curls a break and let your curls air-dry on occasion to give your locks some love!


Become an expert on how to repair heat-damaged curly hair.  Using Palmer’s Coconut Oil Formula Moisture Boost collection, you’ll ensure that you’re deeply moisturizing hair from root-to-tip – the perfect way to revitalize heat-damaged curls.