Milk_Shake® Leave in Conditioner 350ml
milk_shake leave in conditioner for normal or dry hair gives manageability to hair, while protecting its structure and moisture balance.
Milk protein gives strength to the hair’s structure, and fruit and honey extracts revitalize and give shine to the hair. Integrity 41® and vitamin E protect hair from UV rays, helping to maintain hair color.
Milkshake Leave-In Conditioner contains natural ingredients to protect, moisturize, and nourish your hair. This formula taps into the power of Mother Nature and results in beautiful, soft hair. The leave-in conditioner is easy to apply and does not require rinsing. Simply spray, comb and style. You will be left with strong, conditioned hair that never looks greasy or stiff.
This formula does not contain harsh chemicals that damage your hair. Instead, it offers a plethora of natural ingredients proven to improve the health of your hair, including vitamin E and milk protein.
This leave-in conditioner helps with:
Revitalize dry hair
Restructure damage hair
Protect your color
The vitamin E in this formula helps to seal in your color and balance the moisture in your hair for luxuriously strong hair. The special silicone in the formula seals in moisture and revitalizes dry, damaged hair. Order our Milkshake Leave-In Conditioner to properly nourish and protect your hair.
milk_shake leave in conditioner is specifically formulated to condition normal to slightly dry hair and to make damaged hair easier to comb after using other conditioners or treatments. It generates optimum hair moisture balance and outer hair protection. Milk protein, fruit extracts and special silicone and hydrating and conditioning agents revitalize and improve shine. Integrity 41 and vitamin E guarantee a great color seal.
Works great on any hair type, it de-tangles, moisturizes and leaves your hair smelling divine. When combined with any of the milk_shake range shampoos, will protect your color from fading.
Use: Spray uniformly on clean and towel dried hair, especially on the most damaged areas.