Conditions and restructures dry and damaged hair
After cleansing the hair and scalp, intensify the restructuring action with our Rigenerante conditioner, enriched with argan oil and mango butter for stronger, silky-soft hair.
The Rigenerante Conditioner restructures and protects your hair thanks to an exceptional formulation based on a unique combination of natural oils and butters and natural plant extracts of spirulina algae, gotu kola and hay. The action of hydrolyzed rice proteins reaches the heart of the hair, regenerating it from within, while mango butter and argan oil transform your hair into silk, pampering it with maximum hydration and precious nutrients.
The conditioner for dry and damaged hair of the Rigenerante line does not contain mineral oils, sulfates, silicones and SLES (Sodium Laureth Sulfate).
Application after application the hair regains body and a silky touch.
How it pampers your hair
We selected the active ingredients of the Rigenerante conditioner for their beneficial actions on the hair. In particular:
Discover the Rigenerante line
In the Rigenerante line, natural ingredients, processed according to the most traditional methods, are perfectly combined with science, giving rise to three professional products that rebuild every type of hair.
We have eliminated sulfates, silicones, sles and mineral oils, focusing on two precious natural ingredients and a combination of corn, soy and wheat phytokeratins that penetrate the hair working in synergy and repairing the most damaged parts. The formula, enriched with Spiruline Algae and natural plant extracts of Gotu Kola and Hay, helps restructure and fortify the hair while respecting the sensitivity of the scalp.
For healthy, tangle-free, silky-soft hair.
Behind the Rigenerante line
Ngouri, Lake Chad March 2010
That morning the lake was calm, the sun reflected off the clear surface and the bottom was covered with a beautiful green meadow; the blades of grass swayed rhythmically and sinuously. Nia was playing not far away on the shore, she approached and pointing to the lake said: