Hair Conditioner Rose Clay and Argan Oil to Revive Dull, Damaged Hair Naturelle
Our Indian Clay moisturizing hair mask is specially formulated with natural herbs, Argan Oil and the infamous Rose Clay to revive dry, dull and damaged hair (read more about the benefits of Rose Clay and Argan Oil below). This extra moisturizing and nourishing conditioner will melt tangles away leaving you with hair that is instantly more manageable, softer and healthier! Simply apply our mask to your hair, cover with a plastic cap, and leave on for 15 minutes. 8 oz or 16 oz jar. Made in the USA.
--- HOW DOES ROSE CLAY BENEFIT MY HAIR ---
Rose Clay is another key ingredient in this hair mask. It’s rich in minerals and essential fatty acids, making it the perfect treatment for improving hair quality by nourishing and replenishing key elements that hair needs for rich and thick hair growth.
--- HOW DOES ARGAN OIL BENEFIT MY HAIR ---
Often called ‘liquid gold’, Argan oil is proven to make hair softer, silkier and shinier. It is the ideal hair conditioner, and it can even help to treat split ends and tame frizzy hair.
New Improved INGREDIENT LIST
Water, conditioning emulsifier: BTMS Behentrimonium Methosulfate (and) Cetearyl Alcohol, argan oil, sodium lactate, marshmallow root, slippery elm bark, rose clay, aveeno oat, luxglide, naturesilk, germall, fragrance.
Our conditioning emulsifiers (ex:BTMS, Chemsoft,etc) are essential to our formulas as they are used to blend our wonderful recipes together. They are gentle emulsifying and conditioning agents, perfect for both hair and skin applications. It leaves hair feeling silky smooth and conditions hair like no other emulsifier available. In addition, we choose to preserve our products to prevent/inhibit the growth of mold, bacteria and other yucky germs.
Some batches might be slightly thinner or thicker than others as our products are handcrafted. This is not indicative of a formula change and will not affect performance in any way. Color may vary from batch to batch from light tan to darker brown due to natural color variations inherent in the herbs that we use. This too is not indicative of a formula change and will not affect performance.