Banishing Bad Hair Days since 1997!™

Rene Furterer Karite Hair Line For Dry & Damaged Tresses

René Furterer Karite For Dry And Damaged Hair

Do you know anyone who doesn't complain of split ends or dry ends? We don't.

Whether someone has a low-maintenance short hairstyle and is trying to grow it out, or is a starlet with cascading hair that is styled day-to-day, special attention must be paid to the oldest part of the hair - the ends.

Most of one's hair is protected and naturally conditioned by oils from the scalp, but the ends are not always so lucky.

Karité or Shea butter and oils have naturally intense nourishing and moisturizing properties, often used for treating very dry skin or hair.

René Furterer Karite Intense Nutrition Oil - Pre-Shampoo Treatment

René Furterer Karite intense nutrition oil gives the hair exceptional softness and silkiness while providing optimal protection and nutrition to the scalp and hair. Applied before shampoo.

Active ingredients: Karité oil (Shea oil), & Phospholipids

Directions for use: Apply to dry, unwashed scalp & hair section by section. Leave on for at least 5 minutes. Proceed to shampoo.

René Furterer Karite intense nutrition oil: SRP $36.00 / 3.3 oz.

René Furterer Karite Intense Nourishing Shampoo - For Cleansing Treatments

René Furterer Karite intense nourishing shampoo cleans and nourishes very dry, damaged hair.  It leaves hair soft and easy to manage because of its restructuring properties.

Active ingredients: Karité butter (Shea), Copra oil, & Phospholipids

Directions for use: Apply to wet hair and massage into scalp and hair. Rinse thoroughly.

René Furterer Karité intense nourishing shampoo: SRP $23.00 / 5.1 oz.

René Furterer Karité Nourishing Conditioning Cream

René Furterer Karité nourishing conditioning cream deeply restructures the hair shaft. It gives exceptional softness and silkiness while providing optimal protection and nutrition to the hair.

Active ingredients: Karité butter (Shea), Quince pectin, & Phospholipids

Directions for use: After shampooing, remove excess water and apply conditioner to hair in sections (do not emulsify in hands). Leave on for 5-10 minutes, comb hair and then rinse.

René Furterer Karité nourishing conditioning cream

SRP: .00 / 3.4 oz.

SRP: .00 / 6.8 oz.

René Furterer Karite No Rinse Nutritive Concentrate

René Furterer Karite no rinse nutritive concentrate is rich in restructuring, nourishing and smoothing ingredients to repair very dry hair lengths.

Active ingredients: Karité butter (Shea), Vitamin E, & Vitamin B5

Directions for use: Apply to hair lengths on either towel-dried or dry hair. Can be used as often as needed.

René Furterer Karite no rinse nutritive concentrate: SRP $26.00 / 3.4 oz

Rene Furterer Karite No Rinse Repairing Serum

René Furterer Karité no rinse repairing serum provides intense long lasting nutrition and in-depth restructuring for hair ends. It also prevents damaged, split ends.

Active ingredients: 20% Karité oil (Shea), & plant oil

Directions for use: Apply a small dab to hair ends on either towel-dried or dry hair. Can be used as often as needed.

René Furterer Karité no rinse repairing serum: SRP $30.00 / 1.0 oz.

More Information:

All Rene Furterer products are available at HairBoutique.com in The Marketplace and at fine salons.

Twitter

Please follow me on Twitter at:  http://Twitter.com/HairBoutique.  I look forward to meeting Tweeple from all walks of life and learning from their Tweets.

Social Media Network Information

Please follow us on Twitter at: https://Twitter.com/HairBoutique. I look forward to meeting new people from all walks of Twitter and learning from their Tweets.

loading
 
New On HairBoutique.com
Active HairTalk Threads
Wanna talk?
HairTalk® is the place for you!
Recent Topics:
Quick Poll
Have you ever had a French Manicure?
Yes
No
They don't last very long
Not my style
View Results
Daily Hair Tip
In a Clairol Professional survey 33% of the respondents reported that they preferred to have their hair colored in a salon rather than risk doing damage at home. 50% of the participants said they liked their colorists best because of friendliness while only 38% valued good advice about haircolor or the fact that the colorist kept up on the latest trends.
<
Top Gallery Images