|Nahrin Hair Conditioner with aloe vera and chamomile is a soft hair balm for all hair types. Natural oils and extracts help to reinforce the structure of the hair, to make it easy to comb and to give it a silky shine. It is particularly recommended for stressed and treated hair (dyes, colourant, perms etc.) and a real “must” for hair that has been subjected to heat styling such hair straighteners or curling tongs.
In addition to active plant based ingredients, we have added a very innovative wheat based protein (hydrolyzed wheat peptides), that is invaluable to your hair. Its effect has been proven in clinical studies.
Modern day living and styling place a lot of stress on your hair, it is therefore very important to regularly use a hair balm to prevent hair breakage which leads to dull looking hair.
Nahrin Hair Conditioner is free from chemical preservatives. Nahrin does not use Sodium Laureth Sulfate or Sodium Lauryl Sulfate.
BENEFITS OF HYDROLYZED WHEAT PEPTIDES
Short time effect: 5 minutes after the application, tests show that it has penetrated the hair. Based on these most promising results we have additionally checked whether first signs of docking-on are visible after a short time treatment.
Result: After leaving the shampoo foam for 5 minutes, a clear docking-on can be noticed. A significant layer covers the surface of the hair, particularly on the edges and shows slight penetration. The particularly strong fluorescence in the outer part of the cuticula shows that a low molecular protein hydrolysates are clearly adhered to the hair. What’s more the penetration capacity is visible after a few applications.
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Apply a little quantity on the towel dry hair and work it in, particularly towards the tips. Let is penetrate a short while (approx. 2 minutes) and then rinse-off well.
FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY.
Always read instructions carefully before use.
Gentle conditioner with Aloe Vera, wheat proteins and chamomile – for all hairr types. Natural oils and plant extracts strengthen hair structure and makes