M72 Ceramide Shine Serum 4 oz
M72 Ceramide Shine Serum repairs and rejuvenates damaged and brittle hair into a silky texture that is manageable, elastic, ultra shiny, beautiful, and healthy.
- Prevents Split Ends
- Soft & Silky
- Brilliant Shine
- Alcohol Free
Ceramide / 72 Minerals / Certified Organic Extracts
M72 CERAMIDE SHINE SERUM is an alcohol free, lightweight serum that repairs and rejuvenates damaged ends, turning brittle strands into manageable, beautiful, shiny and healthy hair. Abundant in vitamin E, its naturally protective and healing properties shield hair from harsh UV rays and pollutants. Keratin amino acids recover strength, elasticity and moisture while repairing hair from the core. Safflower oil offers regenerating and nourishing benefits and leaves a brilliant high gloss shine.
Available in 5oz size
HOW TO USE
Work a small amount of M72 Ceramide Shine Serum onto damp hair before styling to add shine, condition and tame frizz or after styling to help take down flyaway and or detail a hairstyle.
Macadamia Oil is the fatty acid content is the real winner for skin and hair. Those fatty acids help to add shine, strengthen, and nourish the hair follicles, which in turn fight off hair loss and brittle strands.Macadamia oil is great for calming the hair of frizz, tangles, and dullness.
Argan oil is mostly used as a moisturizer for skin and hair because it is full of fatty acids, mainly oleic acid and linoleic acid. These oils have been shown to lubricate the hair shaft and help your hair maintain moisture.
Avocado oil is extremely rich in oleic acid and monounsaturated fats, making it one of few oils that can actually penetrate the hair shaft and moisturize your hair, rather than sitting on top and coating your hair. These fats also strengthen the hair shaft and help prevent breakage.
Ceramides can also protect the hair from environmental conditions as well as mechanical damage to improve the hairs shine, texture and comb ability. Ceramide 3 is recognized for reinforcing and protecting the skin from trans‐epidermal water loss.