Don't be deterred by the name - Our new "first of its kind" VANILLA WHISKEY REPAIRATIVE HAIR SOAK contains a malt extract derived from Scottish whiskey that's loaded w/ natural sugars & minerals such as vitamin B6....yielding the perfect hydrating & anti-inflammatory properties for your tresses!
First, we started w/ a protein synergy blend of strengthening Quinoa (pronounced KWEE-na), healing organic Burdock Root, & softening Marshmallow Root. Next - we "spiked" up the mineral content with our Whiskey Malt Extract. Rich emollients of Pumpkin, Hemp Seed, & Babassu balanced out the protein complex while sweet droplets of natural Vanilla Oleoresin mellowed out the scent.
Using a wide tooth comb - part freshly washed, damp hair into large sections - apply Vanilla Whiskey treatment & gently comb through. Cover hair with a plastic cap & allow to soak for a minimum of 30 minutes (use a steamer for an even more intense treatment). Rinse thoroughly. Hair should feel revitalized yet soft!
**This is a protein treatment! We recommend that you use this no more than twice a month for processed or color-treated hair. Use once a month for maintenance. And of course - for all protein sensitivities - avoid use altogether!
Distilled Water infused w/ organic Marshmallow Root & Burdock Root
Virgin Pumpkin Seed Oil
Virgin Hemp Seed Oil
Behentrimonium Methosulfate (and) Cetearyl Alcohol
Hydrolyzed Quinoa Protein
Whiskey Malt Extract
Peru Basalm Oil
Phenoxyethanol and Ethylhexylglycerin
Not strongly scented! We kept this one true to the natural essence of the product itself - you will only smell a slight vanilla extract scent generating from the top notes of the Vanilla Oleoresin oil!
Wonderful Deep Conditioner! I got this only out of curiosity because I
thought is was so interesting using Whiskey and Quinoa in conditioner. It
was just..WOW. After 30 minutes with a heat cap, my hair was super soft and
moisturized! Even though it advises to follow up with a moisturizing
treatment (it is a protein treatment), I felt I didn't need it. Just a
light protein free leave in was all I needed. Worth the price and then some!