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Le Crown Hair Deep Conditioner 300ml Keratin, Shea Butter, Panthenol +12 Amino Acids

Le Crown Hair Deep Conditioner  300ml Keratin, Shea Butter, Panthenol +12 Amino Acids
Le Crown Hair Deep Conditioner  300ml Keratin, Shea Butter, Panthenol +12 Amino Acids
Le Crown Hair Deep Conditioner  300ml Keratin, Shea Butter, Panthenol +12 Amino Acids
Le Crown Hair Deep Conditioner  300ml Keratin, Shea Butter, Panthenol +12 Amino Acids
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Le Crown Hair Deep Conditioner  300ml Keratin, Shea Butter, Panthenol +12 Amino Acids
Le Crown Hair Deep Conditioner  300ml Keratin, Shea Butter, Panthenol +12 Amino Acids
Le Crown Hair Deep Conditioner  300ml Keratin, Shea Butter, Panthenol +12 Amino Acids
Le Crown Hair Deep Conditioner  300ml Keratin, Shea Butter, Panthenol +12 Amino Acids

Le Crown Hair Conditioner Mask 300 ml 

Hair conditioner masks have become an essential part of many people's hair care routines, and for good reason. These deep conditioning treatments offer a range of benefits that can help improve the health and appearance of your hair. Whether you have dry, damaged strands or simply want to give your locks a boost of hydration, a hair conditioner mask can provide the nourishment and repair your hair needs. Let's explore some of the key benefits of using a hair conditioner mask.


Firstly, hair conditioner masks are designed to provide intense hydration to your hair. Unlike regular conditioners that are rinsed off after a few minutes, hair masks are left on for a longer period, allowing the ingredients to deeply penetrate the hair shaft. This deep hydration can help combat dryness and frizz, leaving your hair feeling soft, smooth, and manageable.


In addition to providing moisture, hair conditioner masks also help to repair and strengthen your hair. They contain nourishing ingredients that work to restore the health of your strands, reducing breakage and promoting hair growth. By repairing the hair shaft, these masks can make your hair less prone to damage caused by heat styling, chemical treatments, and environmental factors.


Furthermore, hair conditioner masks can improve the overall appearance of your hair. They can add shine and luster to dull, lifeless locks, giving your hair a healthy, radiant glow. Additionally, by reducing frizz and enhancing manageability, these masks can make styling your hair easier and more enjoyable.


In summary, the benefits of using a hair conditioner mask are clear. From providing deep hydration and repairing damaged strands to improving the overall appearance of your hair, these treatments offer a range of advantages that can help you achieve the healthy, nourished locks you've always desired.


How Shea Butter Nourishes and Moisturizes Hair


Shea butter is a natural ingredient that has been used for centuries for its moisturizing properties. Derived from the nuts of the shea tree, this rich and creamy butter is packed with essential fatty acids, vitamins, and antioxidants that nourish and protect the hair.


One of the key benefits of shea butter for hair is its ability to provide intense hydration. It is able to penetrate the hair shaft, replenishing and restoring the hair's natural moisture balance. This helps to combat dryness and brittleness, leaving the hair soft, smooth, and more manageable.


Shea butter also contains vitamins A and E, which are known for their antioxidant properties. These vitamins help to protect the hair from free radicals, which can cause damage and contribute to hair loss. By shielding the hair from environmental stressors, shea butter helps to keep it healthy and strong.


Furthermore, shea butter has soothing properties that can help alleviate scalp irritation and inflammation. This makes it a great ingredient for those with sensitive scalps or conditions such as dandruff or eczema. It also helps to balance the scalp's natural oils, preventing excessive oiliness or dryness.


Overall, shea butter is a powerful ingredient for nourishing and moisturizing the hair. Its ability to deeply penetrate the hair shaft and provide essential nutrients makes it an excellent choice for those looking to improve the health and appearance of the hair. 

Le Crown Hair Deep Conditioner 300ml Keratin, Shea Butter, Panthenol +12 Amino Acids
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African Haircare Important Facts

Removing buildup from African hair requires gentle but effective cleansing techniques to avoid damaging the hair or scalp, here are some ways to do that Naturel Afrika suggests.

  • Prepoo treatment 

  • Clarifying  shampoo

  • Apple cider  rince 

  • Deep  conditioner 

  • Avoid heavy  products 

  • Regular  maintenance 

  • Protective  styling 

  • Scalp massage 

Buildup on African hair can be caused by a variety of factors, including:

  1. Product residues

  2. Hard water 

  3. Infrequent washing 

  4. Inadequate washing 

  5. Excessive  product usage  

  6. Sweat and oilz

Here are some products from Naturel Afrika that can be very helpful:

  1. Le crown  hair shampoo 

  2. Our leave in conditioner

  3. Detangling jam  

  4. Le crown  hair milk 

  5. Le  crown elixir oil 

  6. Le crown   follicle oil 

For African hair the best shampoo first of all is the one that cleans, supports growth and softens.

Naturel has 24 years of experience in cosmetics and we strongly recommend African hair types of 3A, 3B, 3C, 4A, 4B and 4C to look for shampoos to set the hair up so that it is well cleaned and ready to benefit from other Naturel Afrika products without any buildup barrier.

Secondly, right after a nice cleansing, conditioners and detanglers are meant to make hair shiny and slippery, or in chemical terms, hydrophobic. They are meant to leave materials on follicles such as slippery materials like silicone or oils that allow you to comb or brush your hair easily without damaging or breaking it.

The best shampoo for an Afro hair is the one that cleans the best, Naturel Afrika serves you the best traditional and modern cleansing products together. Last but not least, do no use 2 in 1s or all in ones; always use shampoo as a shampoo and conditioner as a conditioner seperately.

One of the most frequently asked questions to Naturel Afrika is about sulfates and “sulfate free” products.  Today, there is a trend to remove sulfates from shampoos. In fact, the desire for “sulfate free” products originated from people being sensitive or allergic to sulfates in foods, not in topical things on skin. But topically, sulfates do not have toxicity in humans, there is not clinical study or evidence against. What people are really looking for in sulfate free shampoos is mildness, or less “chemicals” however, enough sulfate is a very helpful material in shampoos.

Removing sulfates from surfactants in a shampoo results in a milder, but less cleansing shampoo, so it likely cause buildups on 4A, 4B, 4C African hair types if sulfate is removed.

As a result, in Naturel Afrika products we use surfactants because there isnt any evidence to use a "sulfate free" shampoo. Experience on African hair and curly hairs shows that getting the right shampoo and conditioner for your hair type especially 4A, 4B and 4C is much more important than using a sulfate free shampoo. We emphasize the importance of the right shampoo choice for African hair to clean, support growth and soften, making the hair ready for the Le Crown haircare treatments.

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INGREDIENTS: PANTHENOL, KERATIN, SHEA BUTTER, AQUA, GLYCERIN, LACTIC ACID, PHENYLALALINE, HISTIDINE, D-LIMONENE, COUMARIN, ISOLEUCINE, HYDROXYCITRONELLEL, THREONINE, PROLINE, VALINE, SERINE, ALANINE, LINALOOL, ARGININE, Dicapryl ether, Aspartic Acid, Glycine, Lauryl Alcohol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Benzyl salicylate, Cetearyl Alcohol, Glyceryl Stearate, Caprylic/Capric Trigliceride, Amodimethicone, Behentrimonium Chloride, PEG-40, / PPG-8, Methylaminopropyl Hydroxypropyl Dimethicone Copolymer, Cyclopentasiloxane, Cetrimonium Chloride, Dimethicone/Vinyl Dimethicone crosspolymer, Phenoxyethanol, Sodium PCA, PCA, Tocopheryl acetate, Sodium Lactate.

Naturel Afrika Brochure Quarter 1, 2024 NaturelAfrika_Brochure_Q1_2024

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