RICE WATER STRENGTHENING HAIR MILK
Hair needing a little extra boost of TLC? Maybe you don't want to use a heavy butter on your hair or maybe you like moisturizing your hair daily. Whatever the case may be, this smooth and lightweight hair milk is perfect for curls and coils, and is light enough to not weigh hair down. Please note, this is a 3 oz trial bottle. Regular sizes will be 6 oz going forward. Shelf Life: 12mos after opening
Rice Protein: Rice protein is full of amino acids which help to repair and strengthen your strands. Strong hair is important for length retention and reducing breakage.
Aloe Vera Juice : Aloe leaf juice is conditioning, soothing and hydrating. It contains proteolytic enzymes which repair dead skin cells on the scalp.
Rice Bran oil: This oil is great for hair and has been scientifically proven to help those with alopecia. Its full of fatty acids and inositol, a member of the B-vitamin group that helps aid in hair loss.
Ingredients: Organic Aloe Vera Juice, Behentrimonium Methosulfate, Cetearyl Alcohol, Rice Protein, dl-Panthenol, Polyquart 10, Kosher Vegetable Glycerin, Flax Seed Oil, Sunflower oil, soybean Oil, Ethylhexylglycerin, Phenoxyethanol, Rice Bran Oil, Tocopherol (Vitamin E).
How To Use
How To Use
APPLY TO FRESHLY SHAMPOOED HAIR AND WORK THROUGH. CAN ALSO BE APPLIED TO DRY HAIR AS A MOISTURIZER. DO NOT RINSE, STYLE AS DESIRED.
My curly hair LOVES this product. I started my natural hair journey 18 months ago and tried other hair milks before this one and the others just don’t compare! A lot of products weigh my curls down because their too heavy or have too much oil in them. I use this rice water hair milk straight out of the shower before using my gel and I have bouncy lightweight curls with a little volume ALL day! Even on days I don’t apply gel after the hair milk, my curls don’t get frizzy and I feel confident in my hair leaving the house!
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