Location: US, CA

"Orange Blossom" Leave-In Conditioning Nectar

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  • $20.00
In stock (500 items available)

HOW TO USE:

A little goes a long way so this 8 oz can last a very long while! For best results use a pea size amount per twist/coil/section. Adding too much may cause flaking. If this occurs, this treatment can be reactivated using water. Once style is set, try not to move your hair too much. Wait until hair is at least 75% dry before diffusing or blow drying.

FRESH INGREDIENTS:

Spring Water, Aloe juice, olive oil, witch hazel, vitamin c, tea tree, sea salt, honey, xanthan, guar, orange juice, essential oil blend and extracts

SIZE

8 ounces

  • SKU
    LUHVOB

For curls that pop, shine and stay put! This is the perfect wash n go treatment for strong vibrant tresses. Made with all the natural healing faves like aloe, sal butter and vitamin c, this treatments has a wonderful slip that helps with defining and clumping your curls. The invigorating scent of citrus and flowers adds life to not only your hair but to your scenes as well!

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