Smoothes and restores the hair, regenerating strands and making the hair even more hydrated and shiny. Prevents hair from breaking, provides deep nutrition, balances pH and repairs damaged hair.
Hydrating, moisturizing and smoothing.
Strengthens your hair, improves damaged hair, decreases breakage and slows hair loss.
Moisturizes dry and brittle hair making it soft and more manageable.
Removes minute traces of mineral residues from your hair and scalp including debris and residues of shampoos and conditioners.
Neutralises negative charges on hair strands that cause static, reduces tangling, fizz and flyways.
Stimulates hair follicles.
Antibacterial properties to balance the pH level in your scalp keeping it microbial free with relief from itchy scalp.
Makes hair glossy, removes excess oil and greasy hair.
Antioxidant properties making your hair glossy, supple and smooth.
Anti-inflammatory properties, promotes hair growth, prevents the growth of harmful bacteria and mold.
Hair feels and looks hydrated holding onto moisture.
Adds hair elasticity to prevent breakage, helps detangle hair.
For those that colour their hair, helps protect from UV and sun damage and the damaging effects of bleach.
Eliminate excess oil and greasiness of hair and fights dandruff.
Brazilian Aloe Vera and Aloe Leaf Extract.
Vitamins C, E, B-12, folic acid.
Choline, a nutrient found in many foods.
Brazilian Coconut Oil.
Organic Compounds dervied from Coconut Oil.
Plants, Plant Extracts and Oils.
Natural animal and plant fats, promotes volume, smoothness, soft feel and younger skin.
Natural Essential Oils and Aroma Compounds.
Guar Gum, an Organic Compound for silky, non-static hair with volume.
Natural and Organic Citric Acid.
Natural Silk Protein.
How to Use
You should use conditioner every time you wash your hair, especially if you have extremely frizzy, dry, or damaged hair.
Don’t apply conditioner to sopping-wet hair. If your hair is too wet, the product slides off and can’t penetrate or coat the fibres. Be sure to wring out your hair before applying conditioner.
Use the correct amount. The amount of conditioner you use depends on your hair type and length. If you wash your hair and it still feels unclean or heavy, you should reconsider how much conditioner you are using.
Apply the product to the ends of your hair only. Focus on the oldest, most damaged sections. Using conditioner on the scalp and roots can lead to over-conditioning.
Distribute the product evenly. Use a wide-toothed comb after application to ensure every strand of hair has been treated.
Allow the conditioner to absorb. Your wait time only needs a minute or two to absorb.
Rinse thoroughly. Rinse until your hair feels fully clean and there’s no slippery texture to your hair.