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Giovanni Leave-In Conditioner


Giovanni - Direct Leave-In Conditioner - 8.5 ozGiovanni Leave-in Conditioner has some unique advantages over other leave-in conditioning products starting with the fact it's organic.

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Designed to be used after the final shampoo rinse but before blow drying, this exceptionally thick product has a nice consistency.

A leave in conditioner that feeds, nourishes and restores the natural strength and luster to dry & abused hair. This is a great product for swimmers & sunbathers because of the special sun screen properties.

Many people prefer the Giovanni Leave-in because it designed to be cone free. This means that the product has not obvious cone ingredients which some people can not easily tolerate on their strands.

The Leave-in Conditioner is packaged in a minimalistic but unique creamy white bottle with a rectangular shape. The investment in this product is in the product engineering and not so much with the packaging, which is a very good thing.

While this product is very suitable for medium to thick strands, it may be too heavy for fine or thinning tresses. It is ideal for hair that is damaged or fragile such as naturally curly or wavy locks.

Keep in mind that products that work for some definitely do not work for all. Giovanni was one of the leaders in the

Ingredients: Aqua (purified Water) with Rosemary (Roasmarinus Officinalis) oil, Nettle (Uritica Dioica) oil, Thyme (Thymus Vulgaris) oil, Birch Leaf (Butela Alba) oil, Chamomile (Anthemis Nobilus Flower) oil, Clary (Salvia Sclarea), Lavender (Lavandula Angustifolia), Coltsfoot Leaf (Tussilago Farfara), Yarrow (Achillea Millefolium) Oil, Mallow (Malva Sylvestris), Horsetail (Equistetum Arvense) Oil, Soybean Protein (Glycine Soja), Cetyl Alcohol (plant derived), Tocopherol (Vitamin E) and Trace Minerals, Citric Acid (corn), Sodium Hydroxymethylgycinate, Grapefruit Seed (citrus derived).

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- Revised Publication Date: 03/19/10

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