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Grow Gorgeous Repair Rescue Conditioner 250ml

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Grow Gorgeous Repair Rescue Conditioner 250ml - Imperfect Container

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Nourish and restore your tresses with the Grow Gorgeous Repair Rescue Conditioner. This moisturising conditioner helps to reinforce damaged fibres while replenishing lost moisture, for hair that looks and feels healthier, both instantly and over time. Nourishing both the scalp and roots, the conditioner is infused with caffeine to stimulate healthy hair growth. An Oat Lipid Complex helps to seal moisture into the hair, while forming a protective barrier against further damage. The multi-benefit formula helps to improve the hairs strength, elasticity and softness. Allatoin soothes and moisturises to condition the hair and scalp. Bio Functional Peptides and Amino Acids from the Carob Tree target damage to help strengthen weak and brittle strands, by reinforcing bonds broken by chemical and physical stress. Cupuassu, Shea and Murumuru Butter condition to restore a healthy shine. Chia Oil provides a natural gloss effect by smoothing and nourishing strands for luscious locks.

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