After Bath Hair Treatment Emulsion

DHC After Bath Hair Treatment Emulsion creamy leave-in conditioner helps protect from split ends, dryness and fading color. Formulated with nanoparticles of polyquaternium-61, virgin olive oil and beneficial extracts of barley and sandalwood, it nourishes, hydrates and smoothes.* Lightweight texture…
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By Em

from Austin TX

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My favorite hair conditioner

 
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Smooth, smells good. I rinse it out as my hair tends to be oily. It's a great conditioner.


By katykat

from orlando, fl

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THE BEST

 
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I love this -- my other hair products just sit on my shelves and I keep ordering this. Makes my hair manageable, feels light as a feather, has a faint light natural fragrance, it's just wonderful! I really have never seen anything like this product.


By Content in Carolina

from Aiken, SC

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Good on dry hair, too

 
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I have long hair. For a long time, I have used After Bath Hair Treatment Emulsion as a leave-in conditioner on my hair when it is damp after washing. It makes my hair softer and shinier. I have recently found, though, that it is also a great detangler of dry hair. I squeeze a bit directly onto my comb and spread it across the tines, and the comb glides more easily through my locks. Great product.


By Rob'n

from Northern Virginia

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Just what I needed

 
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My babyfine hair needed a new life and this is it. I add to wet hair and it is soft and thicker. When my hair gets dry I can add more as needed and the trxture is never oily, only soft and smooth. great for fine hair.


By Mb

from Illinois

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Not noticing a difference

 
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