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Wella Professionals Invigo Sun moisturising conditioner for sun-stressed hair
Wella Professionals Invigo Sun moisturising conditioner for sun-stressed hair
Wella Professionals Invigo Sun moisturising conditioner for sun-stressed hair
Wella Professionals Invigo Sun moisturising conditioner for sun-stressed hair
The product provides protection against UV rays.
SPF
Consistencygel
Hair typeall hair types
EffectsHydration
Sun Protectionwith SPF
Scalp skin typeall scalp types
Hair problemhair exposed to sunlight

Sun, salt water, sand, it's the perfect holiday for us but a little less for our hair. Just as we protect our skin during sunbathing, we need to protect our hair. During sun exposure, the oxidation process in our hair is damaging to the hair structure and fades the color. Hair becomes dry, and ends begin to fray. Wella Professionals Invigo Sun conditioner instantly provides deep care for sun-stressed hair, leaving it soft to the touch.

Characteristics:

  • intense hydration for sun-stressed hair
  • eases detangling
  • protects against mechanical damage to the hair
  • vitamin complex cares for hair after washing and keeps it hydrated
  • leaves hair soft and shiny
  • ideal products for holidays to the seaside
  • for women who live an active lifestyle 
  • citrusy orange scent 

Ingredients:

  • vitamin B5 – moisturizes the hair before, during, and after exposure to the sun
  • vitamin E – protects against damage caused by UV rays

How to apply:
Apply to shampooed and towel-dried hair. Leave on for 30 seconds and then rinse thoroughly.

Notino tip:
When staying in the sun, apply your Invigo Sun UV hair color protection spray.

Wella ProfessionalsInvigo Sun moisturising conditioner for sun-stressed hair

1×
200 ml
£15.30
£13.00with the code hair
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Free delivery from
£30.00
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In stock | £7.65 / 100 ml, incl. VAT | Minimum price £13.50
| Code: WLL06709
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Monday 03/06/2024
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Monday 03/06/2024