About this item
- Deep penetrating conditioner soothes and moisturizes hair
- Refreshing orange oil leaves behind a fresh, citrusy scent
- Replenishes, strengthens and restores hair with natural proteins and oils
Pamper your hair with the Olive Oil Deep Penetrating Conditioner from ORS. With a blend of olive oil, orange oil and marine proteins, this hair conditioner soothes and moisturizes the hair and scalp while removing tangles to make your locks more manageable. After each use, your hair will be looking and feeling healthier and shinier. The formula works best for mixed-texture and coarse hair types.
Hair Type: Textured, Coarse
Number of Pieces: 1
Health Facts: Phthalate-free, Sulfate-free, paraben-free, aluminum-free
Product Form: Liquid
Wellness Standard: Meets minimum requirements, paraben-free, phthalate-free
Beauty Purpose: Moisturizing, damage repair
Item Number (DPCI): 063-05-1410
Origin: Made in the USA
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overall: 3.5 out of 5 stars, see all reviews
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5 out of 5 stars
Trieditall — 1 year ago
Very moisturizing and smells nice. Used it with the shampoo and followed all the steps. My hair was shiny and easy to detangle, without needing to spray my usual hair detangler. I am chemically straightened, but my hair still waves after washed. It is thick and gets dry with the wrong ingredients. W...see moreof the reviewer's review