For flat, thin, or lifeless hair
Our lightweight conditioning rinse is infused with a blend of naturally-derived proteins and Pure Honey to revive and add body to thin and lifeless hair. Kiehl's chemists have utilized the latest in haircare science-a volumizing complex that coats hair to impart a healthy, thicker appearance and vitality-and combined it with the long relied upon benefits of Rice and Wheat Proteins to create fullness and body without stripping hair of natural lipids. This rinse, with conditioning extracts of Jojoba Seed and Rice Bran, gently moisturizes hair without weighing it down so hair looks and feels healthier. The formula further helps to detangle hair and smooth split-ends and fly-aways. Hair appears fuller and thicker with a healthy shine and a silky softness.
• After shampooing, apply conditioning rinse and massage through hair
• May use daily or as often as needed to revive and add body to hair
• For optimum volumizing, we recommend use with Kiehl's Rice & Wheat Volumizing Shampoo
• If contact with eyes occurs, rinse immediately with water
Honey is the nectar produced in flowers and then collected and stored by bees. It is composed of a variety of sugars, wax, and other substances, including citric, malic, formic, and lactic acids; beta carotene; enzymes; amino acids and vitamins. It is used as an emollient in skin care and creates a watertight film, allowing skin to rehydrate itself. Moisturizing, softening, sweet and fragrant.
Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein, also known as by the collective name Phyto Peptides, is an effective substitute for hydrolyzed animal protein derived by acid, enzyme, or other method of hydrolysis. It offers conditioning, moisturizing and film forming properties and is widely in skin care products to help skin retain its moisture and improve its overall appearance.
This plant-derived peptide helps protect skin from external aggression –a key cause of early skin aging. Rich in phytosterols and polyphenols, the extract is known for its antioxidant and skin-firming properties.