Mádara Nourish & Repair Conditioner

Mádara Nourish & Repair Conditioner
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Rich and creamy conditioner with nettle and quince nourishes and restores dry and damaged hair. Helps prevent breakage and split ends. The hair becomes silky soft and easier to style. Apply to clean, wet hair. Leave hair in for 1-3 minutes and rinse thoroughly. For best results use MÁDARA Nourish and Repair Shampoo. Active ingredients: Baltic he...

Rich and creamy conditioner with nettle and quince nourishes and restores dry and damaged hair. Helps prevent breakage and split ends. The hair becomes silky soft and easier to style.

Apply to clean, wet hair. Leave hair in for 1-3 minutes and rinse thoroughly. For best results use MÁDARA Nourish and Repair Shampoo.

Active ingredients: Baltic herbal extracts, avocado, quince and nettle.

Ingredients: Aqua/Water, Cetearyl Alcohol, D-panthenol (Provitamin B5), Betaine, Glycerin***, Behentrimonium Chloride, Distearylethyl Dimonium Chloride, Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Oil*, Tocopherol (Vitamin E), CI77019 (Mica)****, Lactic Acid, Benzyl Alcohol, Aroma/Fragrance, CI77891 (Titanium Dioxide)****, Sodium Benzoate, Pyrus Cydonia (Quince) Fruit Extract*, Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein, Urtica Dioica (Nettle) Leaf Extract*, Potassium Sorbate, Limonene** , Linalool**

* Ingredients from Organic Farming ** Natural essential oils
*** Made using organic ingredients **** Pure mineral pigments
99 % of the total ingredients are from natural origin 

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Rich natural conditioner that repairs and strengthens dry & damaged hair, protects against dehydration and prevents hair breakage The hair is smooth again and easy to style, with nettle and quince. 200ml

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