Garnier Fructis Hair Food Macadamia Mask Garnier
₹ 725.00 MSRP
To Nourish And Condition Dry, Curly And Frizzy Hangry Hair
How To Use
Use post Shampoo
1. As a conditioner: on wet hair, to instantly nourish & detangle hair without weigh down.
2. As a hair mask: on wet hair, leave for 3mins and rinse out to leave hair feeling intensely nourished & beautifully shiny.
3. As a leave in conditioner: on wet or dry hair, apply a small amount to lengths to leave hair irresistibly soft and beautifully healthy.
AQUA / WATER ● CETEARYL ALCOHOL ● GLYCERIN ● ISOPROPYL MYRISTATE ● STEARAMIDOPROPYL DIMETHYLAMINE ● MACADAMIA INTEGRIFOLIA SEED OIL ● GLYCINE SOJA OIL / SOYBEAN OIL ● SODIUM HYDROXIDE ● HELIANTHUS ANNUUS SEED OIL / SUNFLOWER SEED OIL ● SIMMONDSIA CHINENSIS SEED OIL / JOJOBA SEED OIL ● PRUNUS AMYGDALUS DULCIS OIL / SWEET ALMOND OIL ● COCO-CAPRYLATE/CAPRATE ● COCOS NUCIFERA OIL / COCONUT OIL ● HYDROXYPROPYL GUAR ● HYDROXYPROPYLTRIMONIUM CHLORIDE ● CAPRYLYL GLYCOL ● CITRIC ACID ● TARTARIC ACID ● CETYL ESTERS ● SALICYLIC ACID ● CARAMEL ● LINALOOL ● GERANIOL ● COUMARIN ● LIMONENE ● CITRAL ● CITRONELLOL ● BENZYL ALCOHOL ● BENZYL CINNAMATE ● BENZYL SALICYLATE ● PARFUM / FRAGRANCE (FIL C215665/1)
Hangry Hair? Dig into our Garnier Fructis Hair Food Macadamia Mask Treatment to nourish and condition hangry hair. Our 3in1 intensive hair treatment for curly and frizzy hair can be used in 3 different ways: as a conditioner, rinse-out hair mask or leave-in conditioner. Super Food for Super Hair! 98% Natural Ingredients and 100% Vegan Formula* blended with Coconut Oil and Macadamia. For Dry, Unruly or Curly Hair.
Our Smoothing Coconut Oil Hair Mask Treatment leaves hair up to 4 times smoother after just one use** and it has an incredibly melting texture to instantly absorb into hair with no weigh down. Suitable to use for The Curly Girl Method. Discover our full Coconut Hair Food range of curly hair products: Coconut Shampoo, Conditioner and 3in1 Hair Treatment. *Vegan Formula: no animal ingredients or by-products. ** When used as a leave-in vs. a classical shampoo