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New Honey Infused Leave-in Conditioner Improves Hair Strength

Published on 2021-08-05. Edited By : SpecialChem

TAGS:  Sustainability / Natural Cosmetics     Hair Care    

Honey Leave in ConditionerGisou introduces the Gisou Honey Infused Leave-in Conditioner, a lightweight, multi-tasking conditioning spray enriched with sustainably sourced Mirsalehi Honey and a nourishing, healthy hair blend of Baobab Extract, Argan Oil and Panthenol.

Healthier-looking Hair


The new conditioner deeply nourishes whilst hydrating, smoothing and protecting hair from heat, pollution and breakage. It is recommended to use this multipurpose leave-in conditioner after and between washes to soften, fight frizz, improve hair strength and shine, for silkier, stronger and healthier-looking hair.

  • Healthy hair benefits provided by the new product are as follows:
  • Moisturizes and nourishes all hair types without weighing hair down
  • Detangles effortlessly to improve manageability and elasticity
  • Protects hair from UV rays, heat, pollution, brushing and abrasion
  • Helps strengthen and fortify to prevent breakage
  • Locks in moisture to seal split ends, reduce dryness
  • Softens and smoothens frizz
  • Enhances shine

I am so excited to share our latest launch! We wanted to create a multi-tasking leave-in to complete the ideal Honey Infused haircare routine. As always, it contains our hero key ingredient, Mirsalehi Honey, and we also added a unique blend of supporting ingredients such as Baobab Extract, Argan Oil and Panthenol, which were carefully chosen for their nourishing properties. The Honey Infused Leave-In Conditioner is my new go-to for after and between washes, or even as an overnight treatment for silkier, stronger, perfectly hydrated hair,” commented Gisou founder, Negin Mirsalehi.

Source: Gisou

Sustainability / Natural Cosmetics Hair Care


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