Plump and volumise your tresses with the Sachajuan Thickening Conditioner, a hair-raising conditioner designed for fine, limp and lifeless hair.
The Most Important Thing About This Product Is…
The Sachajuan Thickening Conditioner is designed for larger than life locks. It adds the desired ‘oomph’ to fine, lacklustre hair as it helps to deeply moisturise your tresses while thickening each strand for visible volume.
You Will Love This If…
If you’re an avid fan of Sachajuan’s Thickening Shampoo, but you don’t yet use their conditioner, then you’re missing out; they’re the perfect pair! This creamy conditioner builds on all the hard work performed by the shampoo as it continues to give fine hair a volumising lift – you’ll love the full-bodied, bouncy style you’ll be flaunting afterwards. If you haven’t tried the Sachajuan shampoo yet but still struggle with fine, thin hair, why not give both a go?
Infused with Sachajuan’s Ocean Silk Technology, this detangling conditioner uses cold water harvested algae to nourish and protect hair. As an added bonus, the luxurious conditioner also offers heat and UV protection, so you feel confident that your hair is effectively protected as you go about your day.
What Hair Type Is It For?
Naturally thin hair that may look lifeless and limp.
What Does It Feel Like?
The conditioner has a light creamy white texture that’s easy to apply and doesn’t feel sticky or greasy as you massage it through your hair.
Sachajuan’s thickening conditioner has the type of light and pleasant natural-smelling scent that you’d expect from a premium hair care brand.
How Do You Use The Product?
After shampooing your hair, apply a small amount of conditioner to the lengths and ends of your hair. Leave on for one to two minutes before rinsing out thoroughly.
What’s Special About The Bottle?
Held in a brown-and-white style plastic bottle, the bottle has a simple yet effective style that stays true to Sachaujuan’s uncomplicated approach to hair care and places the importance on the most important thing; the formula itself.