Beauty News: Madam C.J. Walker Beauty Culture Launches Dream Come True Wonderful Pre-Wash Protein Treatment
Hair is approximately 91% keratin protein, and with daily styling and frequent exposure to chemicals, this can break up and weaken hair structure, ultimately causing fragile, unhealthy strands.
As a powerful, protein-packed reconstructer, Madam C.J. Walker Beauty Culture’s Dream Come True Wonderful Pre-Wash Protein Treatment ($32) is a rich cream to help strengthen this keratin. It nourishes the scalp and strands before you shampoo, helping to fortify hair and prevent breakage.
The ultra-nourishing Dream Come True Wonderful Pre-Wash Protein Treatment deeply penetrates to support the building blocks of hair—restoring dry, brittle strands damaged by chemical treatments, heat styling, and environmental aggressors.
As the newest step in your cleansing routine, simply apply from scalp to ends on damp hair before shampooing and leave on for 15 minutes. The formula’s added bonus of Shea Butter, Provitamin B5, and Coconut Oil will condition the scalp and add luster, shine, and softness to the hair, while helping to prevent split ends.
Paraben, Sulfate, and Phthalate Free. Cruelty-Free.
-Before shampooing, dampen hair with warm water.
-Generously apply Protein Treatment to hair and scalp, paying special attention to mid lengths and ends.
-Leave on for up to fifteen minutes.
-For an intensive treatment use with moderate heat.
-Rinse with warm water and cleanse with a co-wash or regular shampoo and conditioning regimen.
-Use every other week for strong, healthy-looking hair.
-May be used as a detangler.
-Shea Butter: Deeply moisturizes while conditioning hair and scalp.
-Panthenol (Provitamin B5): Blocks moisture and keeps hair shiny.
-Coconut Oil: Adds luster, shine, and softness to the hair; helps prevent hair breakage and split ends.
Price: $32.00 exclusively at Sephora and Sephora.com
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