Is wash day a pain in the butt? Tired of losing more hair than you think you should during detangling? Sick of frizz not letting your wash and go be great? Stop the hair madness! Get your hands on the new OGX Deeply Restoring + Pracaxi Recovery Oil Collection that is formulated to moisturize and save you time!
This collection is coming in strong with four amazing products. Designed to help you wash, condition and style your natural hair with ease. There is a:
- Combing Cream
- And Moisture Treatment that is said to work in just 60 seconds!
OGX Deeply Restoring + Pracaxi Recovery Oil Collection for Hydration
Any other details? Of course! We went straight to OGX to get you guys more hair intel on this kickbutt collection. In regards to the OGX Deeply Restoring + Pracaxi Recovery Oil lineup the brand reveals,
Introducing our NEW Deeply Restoring + Pracaxi Recovery Oil collection! This line, with shampoo, conditioner, combing cream; and 60 second moisture treatment are infused with pracaxi oil and murumuru butter and are made to quench and hydrate hair.
[Our] Pracax Oil Combing Cream helps detangle curls while enhancing softness; boosting curls, and saying bye to frizz. To use, we recommend dispensing some product onto your palm. Rub your hands together. And apply evenly to damp hair and work through to the ends. Diffuse or let mother nature air dry your curls!
[Furthermore] our Deeply Restoring + Pracaxi Recovery Oil is perfect for thirsty hair. Especially, curls! Also, our Pracaxi Oil collection is scented with floral notes, hints of citrusy bergamot, and sweet peach. We know you’ll be obsessed too.”
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