Jack Black Nourishing Hair & Scalp Conditioner (295ml)

Jack Black Nourishing Hair & Scalp Conditioner (295ml)

Rated 4.3 out of 5
from 3 Ratings.
Price: $24.00
$24.00
This deeply moisturizing formula leaves hair and scalp healthy and hydrated without weighing hair down. Appropriate for all hair types. 
 
Pro-Vitamin B5 adds volume and shine, Tea Tree Leaf Oil helps reduce itching and dryness, while Basil Leaf provides antibacterial benefits.
PureSc bience® formulas lock in nature’s best—using a blend of naturally derived, gentle surfactants and certified organic ingredients, without parabens, fragrance or colorants. Always dermatologist tested and cruelty-free.

Key Ingredients:

Proteins & Vitamins
  • Pro-Vitamin B5​ adds volume and shine
  • Biotin helps strengthen and repair
  • Silk Protein improves elasticity to help prevent breakage 
Natural Oils
  • Tea Tree Leaf Oil helps reduce itching & dryness
  • Jojoba Oil deeply hydrates and reduces frizz
  • Peppermint Oil helps stimulate & nourish scalp 
Botanical Extracts
  • Organic Kelp is packed with minerals to help thicken 
  • Organic Basil Leaf provides antibacterial benefits
  • Green Tea Leaf helps stimulate hair follicles for healthier regrowth

Benefits Of Using Hair Conditioner

Average rating 4.3 out of 5
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Review posted 2 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5

Light Conditioner

Although this is a conditioner, it does not feel heavy when using it or when rincing out of the hair. I just wished it came in a larger size.

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Review posted about 1 year ago
Rated 4 out of 5

This smells of peppermint

I think of this as a 'thick' conditioner because when it's in my hair it feels like it coats the hair really well. My hair isn't long enough to notice a substantial difference between conditioners, so I don't have any great insights here. Except for one: it smells only of peppermint.

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