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Most of them say to start and concentrate on the ends of your hair first.
I know personally, I'm guilty of the exact opposite.
However, starting with the ends of your hair is the most beneficial, because your ends are the oldest, driest, and most prone to breakage and splitting.
For moisture and softness, stick to conditioners that have fatty alcohols like cetyl, stearyl, and cetearyl, plus emollient butters and oils, humectants like glycerin and aloe vera, and ceramides.
Remember that whatever "regularly" means is determined by you.
Some naturals and transitioners deep condition their hair every 3-4 days. I personally aim for once a week, twice a week if I'm lucky.
If your deep conditioner doesn't work after 30 minutes, it's time to ditch it for one that's more effective.
Also, there is a such thing as over-conditioning the hair that can result in mushy, weak hair that has a more fragile keratin coiling.