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Shu Uemura Ultimate Reset Extreme Repair Conditioner 250ml

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Shu Uemura Ultimate Reset Extreme Repair Conditioner 250ml - Imperfect Box

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Banish the look of split ends and flyaway hairs with the Shu Uemura Art of Hair Ultimate Reset Conditioner. The thick, sumptuous formula drifts effortlessly through your locks, coating each strand in replenishing goodness, without leaving a greasy, heavy feeling once it is washed out. Hair can become damaged and coarse due to heat styling, blow drying and colouring, so work to restore the appearance of glossiness with the luxurious conditioner.An enrichment of Japanese-sourced Rice Extract, known lovingly as ‘Nuka Biji’ or ‘beautiful by the rice', drenches your locks in Minerals, Vitamins B and E and a cocktail of antioxidants. The powerful antioxidants encourage a potent veil of protection across your tresses, shielding them from potentially harsh and damaging external aggressors. Say goodbye to the look of frizz and flatness as the nourishing conditioner encourages volume and body.Suitable for very damaged hair.

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