THE FIXER CONDITIONER BAR

C$17.50
Article number: 26294
Availability: In stock

The solution for damaged and weak hair, in need of some serious TLC!

Super-power ingredients; stinging nettle, loaded with antioxidants to repair and replenish, along with rosemary essential oil, helping to protect against hair loss associated with scalp inflammation and oxidative stress -join forces to create stronger and more resilient hair.

A delicate blend of essential oils, with lead notes of lavender and sweet basil, boast not only a soothing scent, but even more healthy hair benefits.

Color may vary due to fluctuations in raw ingredients.

Features:

  • Essential oil scented
  • Vegan + cruelty-free
  • Lasts approximately 50-75 washes (may vary!)
  • Equivalent to 2-3 16 oz bottles of liquid product
  • Color-safe, can be used with extensions

Notes of lavender, peppermint, and sweet basil.

Recommended Hair Type: repairing | damaged + weak hair

INGREDIENTS:  behentrimonium methosulfate (from rapeseed oil), cetearyl (natural emulsifier and conditioner), cocoa butter, cetyl, coconut oil, castor oil, glycerin, olive oil, jojoba oil, wheat germ oil, cocoa powder, (essential oils of: lavender 40/42, peppermint supreme, eucalyptus blue mallee, rosemary (Morocco), clary sage (France), sweet basil (India), cedar wood Virginian), petigrin, hydrolyzed quinoa protein, d-panthenol, cyclomethicone, and vitamin E

USE:  Apply bar directly to wet hair, start at roots and smooth bar towards ends. Wait 3-5 minutes then rinse fully. Reapply to ends as a leave-in to detangle, rinse as required.

Dry and style hair as usual. For external use only, avoid contact with eyes, rinse thoroughly with clean water if contact occurs.

These bars last longest, and perform best, when allowed to dry between lathers. We recommend storing them on a soap dish with drain holes and keeping them away from spraying water while not in use.

Ethically made in the USA.

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