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Enriching Conditioner

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250 ml

Brushing, combing, heat styling, exposure to airborne pollutants and chemical treatments can take a toll on your hair! Enriching Conditioner brings back the vibrant, touchable, manageable hair you love by delivering moisture where it’s needed most. Pro-Vitamin B5 (Panthenol), Sweet Almond Extract, and moisturising conditioners restore healthy body and shine.

INSTRUCTIONS:
After shampooing hair, apply a small amount to the palm of hand. Run through and gently massage hair thoroughly. Leave on for about one minute. Rinse well.

Unique blend of conditioners that bond with hair shaft to restore dry and damaged hair to its youthful appearance and feel.

Helps provide protection from subsequent heat styling, the environment, and other stresses.

Helps maintain hair's natural protective lipid balance and give hair added body and luster with sweet almond extract and pro-vitamin B5 (panthenol).

The perfect complement to Nutriance Rich Revitalizing Shampoo.

Gentle, free-rinsing formula leaves hair vibrant and easy to manage; tangle-free.

Helps maintain a normal hair and scalp pH with a unique water-soluble formula.

Clinically tested in Europe's most prestigious dermatological research facility.

After shampooing hair, apply a small amount to the palm of hand.

Run through and gently massage hair thoroughly.

Leave on for about one minute.

Rinse well.

Water, cetearyl alcohol, dicetyldimonium chloride, sweet almond extract, panthenol, citric acid, stearamidopropyl dimethylamine, fragrance, propylparaben, propylene glycol, phenoxyethanol, methylparaben, ethylparaben, butylparaben, fd&c yellow no. 6.

Enriching Conditioner

$18.53 NZD

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