Restore unparallelled shine and movement to damaged and discolored chlorinated hair with the Swimmers Wellness Treatment from Malibu C. Powered by Malibu C’s patented nature-identical Vitamin C complex, this vegan hair treatment delivers robust antioxidants deep into the hair shaft to draw out hard mineral impurities, leaving hair silky and vibrant. Essential vitamin B5 nourishes hair from the root leaving your hair noticeably stronger. Travel-friendly packets make this must have in any mermaid’s (or merman’s) suitcase for dazzlingly vibrant and manageable strands.
HOW TO USE
At least once a week: Shampoo, rinse and pour Swimmers crystals across wet palm. Rub hands together, adding water to dissolve crystals. Apply and scrunch throughout hair, then allow to remain on hair for up to 5 minutes. Rinse. Shampoo, rinse thoroughly. Apply conditioner, then rinse.
Glucose, Ascorbic Acid, Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Disodium EDTA, Xanthan Gum, Betaine.
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