Paul Mitchell Clean Beauty Hydrate Conditioner 250ml

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Paul Mitchell Clean Beauty Hydrate Conditioner 250ml
Paul Mitchell Clean Beauty Hydrate Conditioner 250ml

Paul Mitchell Clean Beauty Hydrate Conditioner 250ml

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PAUL MITCHELL CLEAN BEAUTY HYDRATE CONDITIONER is specially formulated for dry, brittle and dull hair. The olive essence restores shine, smoothness and moisture to dry, dull hair. By using the conditioner, the brushability of the hair is improved. In addition, wheat peptides, which work deep inside the hair, ensure a balanced, lasting moisture balance and intensive strengthening, so that the hair is better protected against external influences. Paul Mitchell Clean Beauty Hydrate Conditioner is vegan and 92% of the selected ingredients come from natural sources.

For CLEAN BEAUTY PAUL MITCHELL has developed a bio-based synthetic material. The bottles and tubes consist of 90% sugar cane and are 100% recyclable. The raw material is cultivated sustainably in Brazil. In contrast to conventional plastics based on mineral oil, more carbon dioxide is stored in the production of bioplastics than is emitted.

PAUL MITCHELL CLEAN BEAUTY HYDRATE CONDITIONER is specially formulated for dry, brittle and dull hair. The olive essence restores shine, smoothness and moisture to dry, dull hair. By using the conditioner, the brushability of the hair is improved. In addition, wheat peptides, which work deep inside the hair, ensure a balanced, lasting moisture balance and intensive strengthening, so that the hair is better protected against external influences. Paul Mitchell Clean Beauty Hydrate Conditioner is vegan and 92% of the selected ingredients come from natural sources.

For CLEAN BEAUTY PAUL MITCHELL has developed a bio-based synthetic material. The bottles and tubes consist of 90% sugar cane and are 100% recyclable. The raw material is cultivated sustainably in Brazil. In contrast to conventional plastics based on mineral oil, more carbon dioxide is stored in the production of bioplastics than is emitted.