Leave-In Replenishing Conditioner for Damaged or Thinning Hair
This sulfate-free premium vegan conditioner rebuilds weak strands with wheat protein while softening with castor oil. This leave-in will lock-in the moisture to seal the cuticle layer to prevent frizz & encourage healthier hair and scalp.
The conditioner is very light and mild in texture. It is not heavy, like most shampoos & conditioners. Our conditioner was formulated to treat severe damage hair, rapid hair loss, and thinning hair.
We used a blend of gentle and potent ingredients, but yet gentle natural cleansers instead of harsh detergents that strip the scalp of necessary oils and can really damage the hair. Our formula mixes in anti-inflammatory, antifungal, antioxidant, and anti-hormonal agents that hydrate, nourish, and stimulate the scalp and hair follicles.
During hair loss, the scalp is very sensitive and hair is fragile. As like a newborn baby with sensitive skin, it is recommended that they use a very mild shampoo. The same cases apply to a person who suffers from hair loss conditions.
Our shampoo/conditioner is safe and mild with gentle natural ingredients that help to soothe, soften and protect the hair strands against over-drying to promote overall hair growth.
Daily, leave-in thinning hair treatment for hair in the early stages of hair loss and chemical damage hair
Protects the scalp from drying chemical services and irritation
Thickens and strengthens the hair
Encourages a healthier scalp
Stimulates the scalp
Please note: Our Shampoo/Conditioner can be used on all types of hair and is pH balanced.
Apply directly to the hair strands.
Do not rinse.
Ingredients: Aloe Barbadensis Juice, Lavendula Angustifolia Distillate, Anthemis nobilis Distillate, Cetearyl Alcohol, Castor Oil, Stearalkonium Chloride, Phenoxyethanol, Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein, Mentha piperita Oil, Green Tea Oil, Cucumber Oil, Melaleuca Alternifolia Oil, dl-Panthenol (Pro-Vitamin B5), Vegetable Glycerin, Rosa mosqueta (Rosehip) Seed Oil, Salix nigra (Black Willow Bark) Extract