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Mist on the moisture with rich argan oil whipped into a decadent leave-in spray lotion, to lavish each strand in moisture, smoothing and nourishing the outer cuticle for super-hydrated, soft, shiny hair.Why You Want It... It's simply the creme de la creme! Miraculously: detangles, protects from thermal damage, prevents color fade, moisturizes, de-frizzes, and adds body, softness and shine!
- Not Tested on Animals
- Extra Moisturizing
Stop Use Indications: Avoid contact with eyes, if contact occurs rinse immediately. For best results use in conjunction with other Moroccan argan creme products.
Warning Text: Avoid contact with eyes, if contact occurs rinse immediately.
Ingredients: Aqua (Water), Cyclotetrasiloxane, Propylene Glycol, Cetearyl Alcohol, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Caster Oil, Hydrogenated Argania Spinosa (Argan) Kernel Oil, Cyclopentasiloxane, Stearalkonium Chloride, Parfum (Fragrance), DMDM Hydantoin, Diazolidinyl Urea, Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate.
Instructions: What you do... lightly mist all over clean towel dried hair and style as usual. Can also be used on dry hair to tame fly-aways, and add shine and definition to any style. Do not rinse.
|Cleaning, Care & Maintenance:||What you do... lightly mist all over clean towel dried hair and style as usual. Can also be used on dry hair to tame fly-aways, and add shine and definition to any style. Do not rinse.|
|Hair Type:||Coarse , Moisturized , Dry|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H):||1.49 x 2.55 x 7.40 Inches|
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- The Moroccan Argan Crème conditioning leave-in mist is a bit baffling as to just what type product it is. It's a very thick whipped crème that comes in a plastic pump spray bottle, yet is called a "mist". I have long hair & use this as a detangling leave-in conditioner at comb out immediately after shampooing & conditioning my hair in shower. It doesn't really matter how it's defined but it may help to understand it's so thick/creamy it comes out the tiny "mist hole" usually in little "clumps" of crème which is of no concern to me since this product really needs to be evenly distributed thru out the hair which I do by combing thru with my fingers then continuing with actual detangling comb-out prior to blow drying, air drying or heat styling. It's helpful to shake well & keep the little hole wiped off to prevent clogging. It's a great leave-in conditioner, and it seems to take very little of the actual product because unlike most leave-in types of conditioners, this is a crème ,& even tho it does come out of a spray pump bottle you don't lose most of the product to evaporation! I've never had any problem with spots of heaviness or other adverse effects from the tiny "clumps" of spray, that's simply the way it must come out of the tiny spray hole, since it's a heavy whipped crème!! However, it is important to evenly & thoroughly distribute the product throughout the hair to avoid possible spotty areas. I've experienced that spottiness with other leave-in conditioners at times which I'm sure was due to my failure to evenly distribute the product. I would recommend this leave-in conditioner, suggest starting with a very little bit until you know how far those little "spray clumps" go in your particular hair type or styling situations. I guess others must find the odd little "clumps" desirable too, since it seems to always be out of stock by the time I get my alert & get back on computer. -----how about KEEPING MORE IN STOCK????by GrandmaCharChar8/7/2016Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Yes, it sprays on as a very light mist.by Kschone8/11/2015Was this answer helpful? (2) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Yes it is a spray ..by Tbtbud88/11/2015Was this answer helpful? (2) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- its a spray but it is also a creamby STAR1472/23/2015Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I use the Argan Oil whipped lotion/crème leave in conditioner which is a thick spray that comes in a pump spray bottle on wet towel dried hair immediately after washing & using the same brand rinse out conditioner. I have long hair & it takes very little of this leave-in conditioner to help detangle my hair for easier comb out. It's very thick & creamy so it doesn't come out as a "spritz/mist" & it's helpful to shake the product well prior to using & periodically clean off the tiny spray hole that clogs easily. I'm not indicating this is of any concern to me because the product is so great & since you don't need very much the way I use it, it 's only important to get tiny bits out of the bottle to do the detangle/comb out. The "spray" is usually some little clumps that I disperse by running my fingers thru my wet hair during comb out. I've not had any problem with what I'd first thought might be heavy unevenly covered areas due to the thick creamy nature of this leave-in conditioner & the fact that the spray is very thick. The important thing is to be sure it's evenly distributed by thoroughly combing through when hair is wet. I blow dry about half the time but by thoroughly brushing once my hair is dry this conditioner leaves my hair feeling soft, silky to the touch with a great shine when styling with heated rollers, curling iron, flat iron etc. I realize it's the heat that adds shine too but this leave-in conditioner at least feels like it lends a bit of extra protection. I plan to try one of their heat styling protection products soon, but it takes very little bit of this particular conditioner to be effective. I think it might be easy to "over apply" at first until you figure how your individual hair type takes this product as well as the situations under which it may be used. It's now become my all time favorite leave-in conditioner but I must always keep in mind I'm applying this as a little icing on the cake, since I use at comb out after already shampooing & conditioning! FYI I have home colored hair & feel like this is something with which one can't go wrong, since we all know coloring hair does it no favors!! I'd definitely recommend giving it a try & maybe experiment with the amount as well as different situations.by GrandmaCharChar8/7/2016Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I use mine right after I get out of the shower with it wet. I let it air dry instead of using a blow dryer.by Tbtbud88/21/2015Was this answer helpful? (3) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I use this product on wet and dry hairby STAR1478/21/2015Was this answer helpful? (3) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Towel dry it lightly first. It comes out easier.by Joyce461138/21/2015Was this answer helpful? (4) (0)Was this answer helpful?