L'Oréal Professionnel

Repair Gold 10 in 1 Perfecting Multipurpose Spray

A multi-benefit spray to protect damaged hair.
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Just because you have damaged hair doesn’t mean you need a ton of hair products to care for it. Sign ... Read more

Repair Gold 10 in 1 Perfecting Multipurpose Spray
L'Oréal Professionnel

Repair Gold 10 in 1 Perfecting Multipurpose Spray

A multi-benefit spray to protect damaged hair.

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Just because you have damaged hair doesn’t mean you need a ton of hair products to care for it. Significantly simplify your hair product collection, and your life, with L’Oreal Professionnel Absolut Repair 10 in 1 Perfecting Multipurpose Spray. This multipurpose and mighty spray in a lightweight, milky formula, has 10 benefits, including split ends reduction, softness, detangling and frizz control. It also features star ingredients Gold Quinoa and Protein to reduce hair surface damages by 77%, when used with the Shamoo and Instant Resufacing Mask after 5 applications, and brings 7X shinier hair when using it with the shampoo and Resurfacing Golden Masque, versus a classical shampoo.

How to Use
Spritz onto strands to reap its 10 benefits.

Ingredients List
AQUA / WATER / EAU , COCOS NUCIFERA OIL / COCONUT OIL , AMODIMETHICONE , POLYQUATERNIUM-37 , , PROPYLENE GLYCOL DICAPRYLATE/DICAPRATE , , DIMETHICONE PEG-7 PHOSPHATE , PPG-1 TRIDECETH-6 , TRIDECETH-6 , BEHENTRIMONIUM CHLORIDE , XYLOSE , , , , HEXYL CINNAMAL , ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL , CETRIMONIUM CHLORIDE , , HYDROLYZED VEGETABLE PROTEIN PG-PROPYL SILANETRIOL , , POTASSIUM SORBATE , ,

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