A restorative and reparative conditioner, the protein leave-in encourages, restores, and defines curls that need a little pep in their step. Add it to your wash day line up as either a rinse our or leave in conditioner. For a lighter product, the protein leave-in can be diluted with water.
it's for you if...1) your hair loves protein, 2) you've noticed your hair not curling up as well as it used to and it feels a limp, or 3) your hair is damaged.
How to use: Apply before using the My Soigne flaxseed gel, or, if additional moisture is needed, apply before using the My Soigne hair cream.
Ingredients: water, cetearyl alcohol, cocodimonium hydroxypropyl hydrolyzed rice protein, behentrimonium methosulfate, glycerin, hydrolyzed wheat protein, hydrolyzed adansonia digitata (baobab) seed extract, salvia hispanica (chia) seed oil, glyceryl caprylate, levulinic acid, hydrolyzed caesalpinia spinosa gum, rhodiola rosea root extract, sodium levulinate, lavandula angusttifolia (lavender) oil, hydrolyzed quinoa, p-anisic acid, amaranthus caudatus seed extract, avena sativa (oat) kernel extract, laminaria saccharina (neptune kelp) extract, sodium benozate
The My Soigne protein leave-in is good for 1 year once opened, on your bathroom shelf.
The protein leave-in is vegan and safe for color treated hair.
I have dry, low porosity, fine wavy/curly hair that tangles easily and I use this as a regular rinse-out conditioner but sometimes mix a tiny bit with water at the end of my shower to massage into [only] my ends as a leave-in if they're feeling extra crispy that day.
It's silicone-free (a requirement for me) and a small amount hydrates & detangles without weighing hair down or flattening curls. It's damn near impossible to find a single product with all of those qualities!
Cons: I HATE the packaging so I painstakingly transfer the product into a bottle (also the case with the flaxseed gel). I also find that the conditioner builds up and I have to shampoo more often.