Conditioner Pine Forest

Code
00222090000222
Size:250ml
R82.95
-+

Overview

  • Repairs the hair
  • Strengthens hair
  • Suitable for all hair types

Description

Earthsap conditioner is based on pure simple ingredients and essential oils. Essential oils of pine and soy protein combine with penetrating witch-hazel to repair and strengthen damaged or normal hair. Leaves no toxic residues on the scalp.

Ingredients

Purified water, cetearyl alcohol (from coconuts), wheat protein, vegetable glycerine, vitamin E, calendula oil, soy protein, Panthenol (vitamin B5), decyl glucoside, pine needle oil, lavender oil, lemon oil, witch hazel.

Directions

After shampooing, message into scalp and hair, concentrating on ends and damaged areas. Rinse and style.

Dietary Summary

  • No Synthetic Fragrances
  • Biodegradable
 

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