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Volumizing Pomegranate & Soy Conditioner by Burt's Bees (10oz Conditioner)

Item #27725
Turn Up The Volume for Beautiful Hair

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By Scent: pomegranate
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Product Description:

Transform fine, flat, lifeless hair into thick and voluminous hair with extra body. Pomegranate and Moringa Seed extracts revitalize hair by replenishing moisture while Sugar Ester and Honey, a natural humectant, condition hair. Soy Amino Acids moisturize and adhere to hair fibers to lift and separate hair, leaving it soft, shiny and full of volume.

Product Details:

Ingredients: Water, cetearyl alcohol, glycerin, betaine, cetrimonium bromide, fragrance, sclerocarya birrea (marula) seed oil, punica granatum (pomegranate) extract, soy amino acids, moringa pterygosperma seed extract, sucrose polystearate, sucrose stearate, hydroxypropyltrimonium honey, polysorbate 60, leuconostoc/radishroot ferment filtrate, phenoxyethanol, sodium chloride, glucose, glucose oxidase, lactoperoxidas.

Free Of: Parabens, Sulfates (SLS), Petrochemicals, Phthalates

Directions for Use: After shampooing with Burt's Bees Very Volumizing Pomegranate & Soy Shampoo, massage into scalp and hair, concentrating on the ends and other damaged areas. Rinse thoroughly.

UPC: 792850013100

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About Burt's Bees:

Burt's Bees started in Maine, when Burt Shavitz, a beekeeper who made his living selling jars of honey out of his pickup, hooked up with Roxanne Quimby, a hard-working waitress and single mom, to make beeswax candles. After pulling in $200 dollars at a local junior high crafts fair and bake sale, they knew they were on to something. Today, Burt's Bees has moved to bigger digs in North Carolina, but their company is still one big happy family producing a full line of earth-friendly, natural personal care products (and yes, they still make candles).