• Karen Hackett

Why I Love Nutriplenish Leave-In Conditioner

This week, Aveda launched one of its biggest campaigns ever with global Nutriplenish day (January 15), so I thought it would be a great time to tell you about one of my favorite products from this amazing line – the leave-in conditioner. Here’s why I love it so much:

It delivers lightweight but mega hydration.

This light spray delivers 72 hours of hydration between shampoos and it helps protect against thermal heat and UV rays. This superfood for hair nourishes your tresses with organic pomegranate and coconut oils, and a good dose of mango butter.

The aroma is divine, light, and soothing.

The aroma reminds me of summer – specifically, a day at the beach! It’s a light, spicy floral that features cocoa, organic cardamom, and organic ginger.

It’s universally designed – made for all hair types.

This product is designed for ALL hair types, and can be used with both Nutriplenish Light or Deep shampoos and conditioners. I have fine hair, but a lot of it, and it has some texture to it. I enjoy a product that is designed for all – it means that people can customize it to suit their personal care needs. What’s not to love about that?

I apply it from mid-shaft to my ends on damp hair before blow drying. It is an amazing detangler too – I barely need to run a paddle brush through my hair (which means less damage). I’ve also noticed that it imparts a ton of shine – and my hair just feels great!

It’s a multi-tasker.

This amazing product can be used as a pre-shampoo treatment between your shampoos. If you plan to wash your hair in the morning, make sure to apply it before you go to bed. Those nutrients and all that hydration will have plenty of time to work their magic!

Remember, a little goes a long way, so you won’t need to apply much of this product to enjoy its many benefits.

Want to learn more? Come see me on Saturdays between 9 and 3 to experience and explore this and other Aveda products. As always, I look forward to seeing you at the salon!

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