DAX Restoring Conditioner

DAX Restoring Conditioner is the formulated companion to the DAX Removing Shampoo to restore moisture balance, sheen, and manageability to hair. DAX Restoring Conditioner can also be used as a daily conditioner to ensure complete moisture restoration and rejuvenation to dull looking hair. Bring the sheen back to your waves and spikes or the bounce back to your curls. Bring the life back to your hair!

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Benefits

  • Whear Protein: Helps strengthen hair by moisturizing and helping maintain moisture.
  • Proprietary Blend: Boosts shine. Provides a nourishing and conditioning affect that makes hair feel softer and more manageable. Helps protect hair color.

Usage Instructions

  • For Use as a Daily Conditioner: Wet hair and massage desired amount onto hair and scalp. Rinse thoroughly and style as usual.
  • For Use as a Deep Moisturizing Conditioner: Wet hair and massage onto hair and scalp. Leave on for 2-3 minutes. Rinse thoroughly and style as usual.

Hair Type

  • All hair types
  • Any hair length

Expected Results

  • Restoration of moisture
  • Stronger hair
  • Smoother, more manageable hair

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