Daily Replenishing Conditioner contains nutrients that encourage hair manageability, shine and scalp health while repairing damage, due to chlorine, sun exposure, or bleach.
Use Desert Essence Daily Replenishing Conditioner after shampooing to remove tangles from wet hair and avoid breakage when combing. The combination of natural essential oils makes this a perfect rinse for hair damaged by chlorine, over-exposure to the sun or continued bleaching. Soothing Yucca, Aloe and Jojoba are the perfect conditioners for those with a sensitive scalp. Use daily to maintain shiny hair and a clean, healthy scalp.
Massage a small amount into the hair and scalp after shampooing with Desert Essence Daily Replenishing Shampoo. Rinse thoroughly.
Welcome to Country Life, the family-owned business dedicated to nutritional and lifestyle products. As a leader in the field of nutrition for 25 years, Country Life has extended its family of companies to include Desert Essence and Long Life Teas, our partners in health and beauty. Desert Essence, the first Tea Tree Oil company in America, offers a purist approach to therapeutic natural beauty, oral hygiene and body care. Long Life Teas follows the philosophy of ancient Chinese Herbal Medicine by blending balance and harmony to every cup. We at Country Life are pleased to provide the most innovative and effective health and beauty products for today's health-conscious lifestyles.
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