Seal & Shine Leave-In Conditioner



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Size: 200ml
Leave in conditioner rich in organic extracts and natural conditioners protecting the hair from the sun, pollution, sea water and chlorine.

Seal & Shine Leave-In Conditioner

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Seal & Shine Leave-In Conditioner

*For best colour results always use our specially-formulated Tints of Nature shampoos and conditioners.

Rich in herbs and natural conditioners - Our Seal and Shine Conditioner is specially formulated to keep your Tints of Nature colour locked In for longer. Simply spray-on after washing your hair, and leave-in.

Ultimate protection – Tints of Nature Seal and Shine Conditioner nourishes, moisturises and powerfully protects your hair  from the sea, chlorine and contains a UV filter to protect hair from the sun. Hair looks and feels healthier, is silky-soft to touch and bouncing with body and shine.

We're different – Watch out, most other leave-in conditioners contain silicones which coat the hair and can cause a build up.

Why Tints of Nature Seal and Shine Conditioner is so good for you:

  • Rich in herbs and natural conditioners
  • Forms a protective barrier between your hair and the environment
  • Protects the hair from the harmful effect of the sun, sea, chlorine and pollution 
  • Leaves the hair smooth and shiny without weighing it down
  • pH balance
  • No animal ingredients
  • Product is not tested on animals

Made in the heart of the New Forest with lots of lovely, natural ingredients like:

  • Maidenhair fern ­– to condition and improve hair gloss
  • Wheat protein a naturally derived hair conditioner and moisturiser
  • Aloe – a natural scalp soother and moisturiser
  • Comfrey – used as a soother and moisturiser
  • Grapefruit – a naturally derived anti-oxidant to prevent damage
  • Orange peel – a naturally derived anti-oxidant to prevent damage
  • Vitamin B5 - Plant derived hair moisturiser

Size: 200ml

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