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Moisturizing conditioner MORTE SÚBITA - 250gr

Moisturizing conditioner MORTE SÚBITA - 250gr

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Daily luxurious conditioner for hair thirsty for life. Also excellent for use after coloring or other chemical processes.

Super moisturizing line for damaged and chemically treated hair. With coconut oil and aloe vera, putting an end to the days of dry hair without mercy.

Hair Concerns: Damaged and Dry Hair.

Ingredients

Almond Oil

Buriti Oil

Babassu Oil

How to use

After washing the hair apply from the root to the tips. Let it act for a few moments and then rinse. Finalize as you wish.

Precautions: Do not apply the product if shows any signs of irritability or sensitivity. Keep the product in a cool place out of the reach of children. External use.

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MORTE SÚBITA

This product line was specially created for damaged and chemically treated hair. Enriched with coconut oil, aloe vera, and Jaborandi (a genus of evergreen trees and shrubs of the Rutaceae family) extract, these products will become your lifesavers when your locks need fast rescue. If you’re not in love MORTE SÚBITA, it means that you just haven’t tried it yet! 

  • Green Tea Extract

    Green Tea Extract assists in growth and nutrient absorption.

  • Jojoba Oil

    Intensively nourishes and moisturizes the strands and scalp, improves blood circulation, and stimulates hair growth.

  • Aloe Vera

    Aloe Vera Extract has regenerating properties and helps close the hair cuticle! Also, it's also a great scarring and natural moisturizer.

  • Cocoa Butter

    Nourishes dry hair, makes them strong and healthy. Normalizes the work of the sebaceous glands, and stabilizes the balance of the skin, so that the strands stay clean longer.

Sudden death of hair problems!

Daily care conditioner for damaged and chemically treated hair. I recover your life-thirsty hair by restoring the natural moisture barrier of the strands.