Do you experience low volume? Our clear-based conditioner is your solution!

Do you experience low volume? Our clear-based conditioner is your solution!

Fiona Franchimon created all by herself new formulas for shampoos and conditioners. One in particular is very special: the Volume & Hydrate Conditioner. We are used to conditioners that are white colored, but the Volume & Hydrate Conditioner is a clear gel, transparant without any color. But why is that better for the volume of your hair? We explain it in this blog.  

A transparant conditioner is very unique, as Fiona Franchimon created this new formula herself. You might be wondering why a clear conditioner will be better and why it is more efficient for volume than the regular white colored conditioners. Let us explain: to create more volume you should avoid oil in your hair. In most conditioners there is oil inside, but when you want to have good volume you shouldn’t use oils because they make your hair heavier; which leads to no or less volume. This new technology has a clear gel which is a volume conditioner that thickens the hair through a new film layer. This concerns voluminous, natural and shiny hair. 

But besides that there is more: the premium ingredient is Aquaflex™ XL-30, which has a unique film properties that provide volume and a long-lasting hold on the hair. The volume conditioner gives a huge moisture "boost" that immediately improves your hair condition. The topcoat film layer provides resilient hair. This conditioner is perfect for fine hair and dehydrated hair and is also suitable to use as a hair mask.
This natural conditioner is free from sulfates, gluten, parabens, silicones, SLS & SLES and microplastics. It is also cruelty-free, 100% vegan and color and keratin safe.

So do you want to get your volume back? Try out our clear-based conditioner of the Volume & Hydrate Haircare. You can combine the conditioner with your favorite Fiona Franchimon Shampoo! 

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