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SHEA MOISTURE JAMAICAN BLACK CASTOR STRENGTHEN & RESTORE RINSE OUT CONDITIONER 13 OZ
DescriptionShea Moisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Strengthen & Restore Conditioner for curly hair detangles and repairs damaged hair, without weighing it down. The conditioner softens and detangles the hair while controlling frizz. Perfect for regular coloring, straightening, perm or heat styling, as well as natural styles. The strengthening conditioner detangles and repairs your hair, without weighing the hair down. The conditioner is formulated with Jamaican black castor oil and fair trade shea butter from Ghana. It nourishes and strengthens damaged, brittle hair, reducing the risk of hair breakage. The peppermint oil helps stimulate your scalp for an invigorating experience. The conditioner makes the hair shiny and provides a protective layer that improves split ends. The Benefits of SheaMoisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Strengthen & Restore Conditioner: • This conditioner is enriched with shea butter and Jamaican black castor oil • Perfect if you regularly color, straighten or heat style your hair • Moisturizes your hair to prevent breakage and split ends • This strengthening conditioner is silicone-free and sulfate-free • Made with fair trade shea butter from Ghana How do you use SheaMoisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Strengthen & Restore Conditioner? Apply the conditioner liberally to wet hair and massage it in gently. Leave the conditioner on for 3 minutes and rinse thoroughly, but avoid contact with your eyes. In case of contact with your eyes, rinse immediately with water. The story of SheaMoisture SheaMoisture is the legacy of Sofi Tucker, a pioneering entrepreneur and mother of four. As early as 1912 she sold homemade beauty products, such as Shea Butter and African Black Soap, in Sierra Leone. SheaMoisture honors its vision by continuing to use pure shea butter, handmade by women in Africa. By buying the products you help these women to realize a better, healthier future. SheaMoisture's products have been tested on the Tucker family for four generations, but never on animals.