Kiehl’s Sunflower Color Preserving Deep Recovery Pak‏

For hair that smalls of apricot, flowers and sunshine, try Kiehl’s Sunflower Colour Preserving Deep Recovery Pak‏.

Now my hair is coloured I have to pay extra special attention and care to treating it well. As my hair isn’t relaxed, my struggle isn’t too hard but I’m always on the lookout for conditioning treatments that can nourish my hair as well as preserve my colour.



Kiehl’s Sunflower Colour Preserving Deep Recovery Pak is a paraben and silicone-free conditioning treatment for coloured hair. It works particularly well in repairing chemically processed hair so would work well for those whose tresses are relaxed.

Key ingredients include:

Sunflower Seed Oil which helps to nurture and condition dry or damaged hair, Apricot Kernel Oil, an ingredient known for its soothing and moisturizing properties and Vitamins B3, 5 and 6 to provide condition and shine while protecting hair fibers from oxidative damage.

For the best results use it every time you wash your hair which in my case is once a week. After shampooing, apply a generous amount all over your hair, concentrating on the areas that need TLC. In my case that’s the ombré ends. Leave on for as long as you wish (I left it on all day) and then rinse out for silky soft and nourished hair. It’s important you rinse properly as any leftover treatment will make your hair sticky and hard to style.

I pretty much drenched my hair in the Kiehl’s Sunflower Color Preserving Deep Recovery Pak and I’d hardly made a dent in the tub so it should last ages. I love the smell and the condition if leaves my hair in. If your hair is coloured, and especially if it’s relaxed, this is a conditioning treatment you should try.

Kiehl’s Sunflower Color Preserving Deep Recovery Pak – £25/250ml

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