Rice & Wheat Volumizing Conditioning Rinse

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Kiehl's Rice & Wheat Volumizing Conditioning Rinse
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not a review but perhaps helpful - here is a description from the source: 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 Since 1851 chemists have utilized the latest in hair care 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 flyaways. Hair appears fuller and thicker with a healthy shine and a silky softness.

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