Healthy Hair Must Haves: Leave-In Conditioner & Hair Polish

Healthy Hair Must Haves

Leave-In Conditioner and Hair Polish are two items that should be part of your daily hair care regimen. These are what they do and how to use them, in a nutshell.

LEAVE-IN CONDITIONER

We all know that using shampoo and conditioner is routine, however, if your hair remains unmanageable, tangled, frizzy or brittle after your shampooing routine, or if your hair lacks luster, feels like straw, is thinning and limp, then, these are some indications that you do need a leave-in conditioner. These are some of the benefits of Shinkafa’s leave-in conditioner:

  • Moisturizes Dry Hair
  • Detangles Knotted Hair
  • Makes Hair Manageable and More Responsive to Styling
  • Protects Hair from Environmental Damage
  • Acts as a Barrier Against Heat
  • Adds Luster to Color-Treated Hair
  • Combats Frizz

HOW TO USE A LEAVE-IN HAIR CONDITIONER: APPLY a small amount right after your routine hair wash. This conditioner needs your hair to be damp to provide you with all its wonderful benefits. Focus on the entire hair structure. Style as usual. Remember that a little goes a long way. Consistency in use is key to achieving optimal hair benefits.

HAIR POLISH

Hair Polish is recommended for all types of hair, but more so for coarse, dull, frizzy, unruly or dry hair. Here are some of the benefits of our Shinkafa’s hair polish:

  • Brilliant Shine
  • Frizz Control
  • Smooth Hair
  • Boosts hydration
  • Hair Conditioning
  • Heat Barrier
  • Styling Aid

HOW TO USE HAIR POLISH: APPLY a dollar size about to damp or dry hair. On dry hair, use a small amount daily for hydration and as a wonderful finish. Hair polish is highly recommended for people that use a lot of hot styling tools.

Note: On damp hair, our Leave-In Conditioner may be used together with our Hair Polish. Those who have used them together have reported very wonderful and satisfying results. The key to a healthy hair is a well-nourished and hydrated hair.

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