Mango Butter Conditioner by Klorane (5.1oz Conditioner)
This item has been added to your shopping cart!
- Detangles and restructures hair
- Restores moisture to dry hair
- Provides softness and shine
- Sulfate and sodium chloride free
Mango is traditionally used for its nourishing properties. Klorane selected a special type of mango grown exclusively in India, because it is very rich in essential fatty acids with scientifically proven nourishing and restorative properties. From the kernel of the mango, they extract a butter that restructures and repairs dry, damaged hair ? protecting it from dehydration.
Ingredients: Water (Aqua). Ethylhexyl Palmitate. Cetearly Alcohol. Behentrimonium Chloride. Cyclomethicone. Amodimethicone. Ceteareth-33. Cetrimonium Chloride. Dimethiconol. Disodium EDTA. Fragrance (Parfum). Isopropyl Alcohol. Mangifera Indica (Mango) Seed Butter (Mangifera Indica). Methylparaben. Trideceth-12. Yellow 5 (CI 19140). Yellow 6 (CI 15985).
Directions for Use: After using Shampoo with mango butter, remove excess water and apply conditioner in sections. Comb through; leave on for 2 minutes and then rinse.
You May Also Like:
For Unbelievable Shine!
by Nivea $8.95
by Giovanni $1.99
by EO $9.00
by EO $9.00
What We Think:
We have not reviewed this product yet. Please contact us with your review requests. In the meantime, check out our other Staff Reviews.
Reviews From SmallFlower Customers:
Press mentions of this product:
There are currently no press clippings for this product. If you've seen it mentioned in the media, please let us know. In the meantime, check out In The Press for hot products and editors' favorites!
KLORANE combines the "power of plants" with the best of science to develop a broad collection of effective and proven hair and eye care products for the entire family. They are dedicated to their core values of authenticity, simplicity, and safety--along with our tireless commitment to protecting both the plant heritage and the environment. Explorers of the plant kingdom, there is not one extract that has not been studied in order to discover its potential effectiveness.