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SEVICH 30ml Cherry Blossom Leave-in Hair Mask Repair Damage Improve Dry Moisturizing Conditioner Amino Acid Hair Care Unisex

SEVICH 30ml Cherry Blossom Leave-in Hair Mask Repair Damage Improve Dry Moisturizing Conditioner Amino Acid Hair Care Unisex Item NO.: 2487752

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  • SEVICH 30ml Cherry Blossom Leave-in Hair Mask Repair Damage Improve Dry Moisturizing Conditioner Amino Acid Hair Care Unisex
Product Name SEVICH 30ml Cherry Blossom Leave-in Hair Mask Repair Damage Improve Dry Moisturizing Conditioner Amino Acid Hair Care Unisex
Item NO. 2487752
Weight 0.1 kg = 0.2205 lb = 3.5274 oz
Category Beauty, Health & Hair > Personal Care > Hair Care & Styling
Tag Leave-in Hair Mask
Brand Sevich
Creation Time 2021-08-14

Product Information:

Brand: SEVICH

Product Name: Cherry Blossom Leave-in Hair Mask

Net Weight: 30ml

Main Ingredients: Cherry Blossom; Amino Acid

Applicable Population: Unisex

Suitable For: All Hairs Types

Production Date: Latest

Shelf Life: 3 Years

Origin: Made in China

Package Included: 1 PC * 30ml Cherry Blossom Leave-in Hair Mask

 

Effect:

Select cherry blossom essence, hydrolyze pearls and amino acid moisturizing ingredients,

give hair moisture and nutrition, intensive repair, deep moisturize and nourish hair, help repair damaged hair, improve dry and split ends, and nourish hair, smooth frizz, leaves hair soft and shiny.

 

Usage:

1. After shampooing, wipe the hair with a towel until it does not drip.

2. Apply an appropriate amount of this product evenly from the hair roots to the ends.

3. Gently massage for 2-5 minutes, then blow hair by dryer.

4. This product also can be used before curling and daily hair care.

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