KEVIN MURPHY - HYDRATE-ME.RINSE
A super smoothing and hydrating conditioner for hair that just cannot be repaired or hair that is naturally dry or hair that lives in a very dry climate. It will nourish dry hair and make split ends unrecognizable. This formulation is still packed with antioxidants as this gives the hair a healthy glow and stops the hair from losing any more moisture.
How to use: Apply to freshly washed hair, leave for 1- 2 minutes then rinse. For optimal results, use following HYDRATE-ME.WASH
Benefits: Sulphate free, Paraben free, Smoothing, Adds moisture, Creates silky feel, pH 4.5 – 5.5
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This fruit has the highest concentration of natural Vitamin C of any known plant. Vitamin C stimulates production of Elastin and Collagen to help maintain hair’s lustre and elasticity.
An excellent emollient for adding moisture to the hair. It makes hair more resilient to tangles and helps avoid damage and split ends.
Makes the hair become more radiant and adds luminosity. It stimulates the energy of the cells deep into the cortex and basal layers of the scalp, improving the overall appearance and health of the hair, allowing it to hold onto the moisture.
Delivers moisture to dry or damaged hair from the roots to the very tips, repairing and protecting against weather damage, dryness and brittleness. It also absorbs quickly and completely into the hair and scalp to rehydrate without clogging the cuticle.
Biotin Vitamin B7 is found to be beneficial for hair growth and overall hair health. It strengthens both the hair follicles and the hair shaft.
A natural sunscreen for the hair, Sunflower Oil contains the antioxidant Omega 6 that helps to mop up the free radicals that cause damage to the hair. Sunflower Oil contains Tocopherals which are oil soluble antioxidants and Cinnamic Acid which is a natural UV protector. A natural source of Vitamin C and an antioxidant that balances hair and scalp.
Evening Primrose Oil
High in Omega 6, Evening Primrose Oil hydrates and softens the hair. It contains Phospholipids that are hydrophilic, meaning they are moisture loving and are attracted to water. They suck the moisture from the air around you and draw it onto the hair.