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Bain Force Architecte Strengthening Shampoo

An everyday shampoo to strengthen and reconstruct weak, brittle or damaged hair.
Bain Force Architecte Strengthening Shampoo is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 85.
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If you've been stressing over your damaged, weak or brittle hair, good news: you don't need a miracl ... Read more

Bain Force Architecte Strengthening Shampoo
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Bain Force Architecte Strengthening Shampoo

An everyday shampoo to strengthen and reconstruct weak, brittle or damaged hair.

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If you've been stressing over your damaged, weak or brittle hair, good news: you don't need a miracle—you just need Bain Force Architecte Shampoo. Formulated with complexe ciment-cylane, a combination of intra-cylane, ceramide R, and pro-keratin, this strengthening shampoo hydrates and reconstructs your hair so it becomes shiny and smooth, and so breakage stops and split ends are controlled.

How to Use
Wet hair thoroughly. Apply and massage through the scalp and hair in circular movements. Emulsify and rinse thoroughly. Repeat this application and leave in for a few minutes. Lather by adding a little water and gently emulsify before rinsing thoroughly.

Star Ingredients
Pro-keratin, Ceramides, Resurrection Sap

 

Ingredients List
WATER, SODIUM LAURETH SULFATE, DISODIUM COCOAMPHODIACETATE, GLYCOL DISTEARATE, SODIUM LAURETH-8 SULFATE, HEXYLENE GLYCOL, SODIUM CHLORIDE, SODIUM BENZOATE, SODIUM METHYLPARABEN, MAGNESIUM LAURETH-8 SULFATE, MAGNESIUM LAURETH SULFATE, SODIUM OLETH SULFATE, HYDROXYPROPYL GUAR HYDROXYPROPYL TRIMONIUM CHLORIDE, ALCOHOL DENAT, POLYQUATERNIUM-30, SALICYLIC ACID, ETHYLPARABEN, CARBOMER, MAGNESIUM OLETH SULFATE, BUTYLPHENYL METHYLPROPIONAL, AMYL CINNAMAL, BENZYL ALCOHOL, HEXYL CINNAMAL, METHYLPARABEN, LINALOOL, BENZYL SALICYLATE, 2-OLEAMIDO-1,3-OCTADECANEDIOL, LIMONENE, CITRONELLOL, CETYL ALCOHOL, GLYCERIN, BEHENTRIMONIUM METHOSULFATE, QUATERNIUM-33, TREHALOSE, TAMARINDUS INDICA SEED POLYSACCHARIDE, MYROTHAMNUS FLABELLIFOLIA LEAF EXTRACT, CITRIC ACID, SODIUM HYDROXIDE, FRAGRANCE

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Absolute Necessity! Amazing! Saves my hair! A little go a long way! I have fine, fragile, blonde hair that is easily damaged. I use Bain Force Architecte shampoo and Ciment Anti-Usure conditioner. If I go more than two weeks without using it, my hair starts to break off. The catch...even though it prevents breakage in color treated hair, it can also fade it. So I use it in rotation with a purple shampoo. When I use the Resistance shampoo and conditioner, I apply Nectar Thermique before I blow dry. When I use a purple shampoo, I use Ciment Thermique before I blow dry.
Date published: 2017-05-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Extremely drying I used Bain de Force for years on my colored hair which tended to be on the dry side. I loved it, so I was hopeful this new formula would be even better. Unfortunately, this new formula is horribly drying. I can barely get a shower comb through my hair after using it and applying conditioner because my hair is left so dry and tangly. I've only used it a couple times, but am going to stop because I am afraid it is going to totally ruin my hair. I don't understand how anyone but those with incredibly oily hair could use this formula, which is very disappointing considering this is supposed to be the nurturing and restorative one.
Date published: 2014-10-18
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