This bar is deeply enriched with butters and oils (including Argan oil!) that will hydrate your hair and leave it in silky splendor! Packed with goodness, this bar contains seaweed and silk protein extracts.
Seaweed Extract has been found to feed the roots and shafts of hair follicles on the scalp and has even been linked to both the thickness and shine that is often associated with healthy-looking hair.
Last summer we wild-harvested some bladderwrack seaweed in Wales. Some got dried, some was made into tinctures and gels; and then it did this......
Another reason why Posh Brats is different....
What does it do?
Well besides seaweed anything being the cosmetic industry's new black....it bloody works! This very same wild-harvested seaweed also features in our brand new Oceanus Marine Renewal Cream and Cleanser.
Bladderwrack is very high in Vitamin C and Iodine and can hold 1000x's it's own weight in water.
So what does this mean for your hair?
According to scientific studies iodine deficiency plays a significant role in dry hair, thinness, poor hair growth and hair loss. It makes your hair silky, shiny and gives it more volume, not the frizzy kind of the volume, the volume that comes from being healthy and hydrated.
Directions on how to use a Solid Hair Conditioner:
Shampoo hair and rinse clean. If you need a lighter conditioner, use the solid conditioner in the shower. While hair is wet, add water to the solid conditioner bar and run the bar through your hair a few times to coat the hair.
Massage conditioner into hair and allow it to set for several minutes. If you have fine hair, try to avoid the root area, as some solid conditioners can be too rich for fine hair, and may make it look greasy. If you have curly or coarse hair, you may want to use the solid conditioner in the shower, and also use a bit of the conditioner after the shower as a styling product to help tame hair.
Rinse conditioner from hair. If your hair requires more moisture (curly and coarse types), you don't have to fully rinse it from your hair. For fine hair, rinse thoroughly to avoid any greasy look from too much conditioning.
Mash up a small amount of the solid conditioner in the palm of your hand after showering, if you want extra conditioning, or want to use the conditioner as a styling product. Once you get it to a cream-like consistency, you can gently scrunch it into your hair, coating the ends. Don't put too much near the roots, or you will get a greasy look to your hair. You can also coat your finger in the conditioner paste and spiral your hair around it (this works especially well for curly hair) to help define curls.
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Didnt rate solid conditioners much from past experience but thought I would give them another try and am glad I did. I have long hair that is dyed frequently and tends to get very dry and brittle. After a week of using my hair is so much more manageable and feels soft. Combing is so much easier. Love the smell too. Lasts ages too im definitely converted !