Wild Lily Hair Conditioner with Biotin, Aloe Vera, Panthenol

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Wild Lily Hair Conditioner with Biotin, Aloe Vera, Panthenol

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Avocado Extract that stimulates your scalp and makes it healthy to help create fuller hair with added body. A moisturizing and gloss-enhancing formula with D-Panthenol (Vitamin B5 Plant Protein) and volumising Silicone boosts volume and body by coating each hair fiber and expanding the hair shaft, helps to smoothen the hair, gather frizzy hair and recapture lost shine, leaving the hair looking glossy, healthy and full of body. Almond and Jojoba Oil penetrates deeply into the hair shaft to very effectively moisturize and condition the hair, aiding combing and adding shine and gloss to the hair. It also helps protect the hair cuticles from heat damage, provide extra volume and body for a fuller head of hair and coats and helps protect the outer surface of the hair shaft, leaving it feeling soft and smooth.This luxurious, velvety conditioner is rich in natural therapeutic herbs, such as Brahmi, Henna, Amla (Indian Gooseberry), Shikakai, Tulsi, Neem Oil and Aloe Vera Gel that work in tandem to moisturize, nourish and protect your hair and scalp while maintaining its Ph balance. Subtly scented with the joyous, blissful Wild Lily fragrance - a wild floral scent that uplifts, exhilarates and inspires. With regular use, it will help improve the condition of the hair, whilst helping to protect it from environmental damage and heat styling.For best results, apply to thoroughly wet hair, work through from the roots to the tips and then using a comb, comb the conditioner from root to tip, to ensure even distribution. Leave for at least 2 minutes and rinse thoroughly to add shine, bounce and volume to your hair leaving it silky soft, luscious, glowing. Use regularly with Aloe Veda's Mild Shampoo for best results.

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Brand Aloe Veda

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