Christophe Robin Intense Regenerating Balm with Rare Prickly Pear Oil
- Prickly Pear Seed Oil - Regenerates from roots to tips
- Sweet Almond Oil - Nourishes
- Shea And Cocoa Butter - Protects
- Inula Flower Extract - Powerful antioxidant
- Soothes sunburn and redness
- Repairs skin and maintains your tan
- Conservatives, paraben, silicone, and colorant free
- For a tousled effect: apply a small amount of balm on dry or towel-dried hair, on lengths and ends to give hold and body while nourishing the hair.
- For beach waves: take a lock of hair and apply a small amount of balm on the lengths and ends. Twist it and heat it up for five to 10 seconds using a hair dryer. Fix the lock with a hairpin and repeat on the remaining locks. Let them cool down for 10 minutes and remove the hairpins. Release the twists gently using your fingers.
- To fix a hairstyle: heat up a small amount of balm in your hands and apply it along the hairline and on flyaways.
- For curly or frizzy hair: use a small amount to redefine curls and give a nice hold.
- For men: a great alternative to wax and gel. Use as an after-shave or directly on the beard to moisturize.
- Use as a hydrator on dry areas (lips, irritated nose during winter, elbows, cuticles, or legs) to moisturize, nourish, and protect the skin.
- Can also be used to calm a sunburn or irritation.
- About the brand
Multipurpose concentrated hair and body care. Provides hydration, nourishment, and protection to the hair and skin.
A multi-use hair and body balm that brings dehydrated hair back to life. This nourishing blend contains Shea Butter, Cocoa Butter, rare Prickly Pear seed oil, Rice Bran oil and Almond oil - it's a fantastic alternative to sticky serums and waxes. It also doubles as a nourishing moisturizer for lips, feet and cuticles.
Great for all hair types.
Conservatives, paraben, silicone, and colorant free.
Christophe Robin is the colorist of choice for the world's most celebrated actresses & top models. His line has been designed to respond to the specific needs of hair, damaged by chemical processing.