What does conditioner do?
  1. What does conditioner do?

    While we love a wash day, shampooing can strip your hair of its natural oils, leaving it dry and brittle. Luckily, the humble conditioner can help. Here’s exactly what hair conditioner does and why you won't ever skip it again.

    For starters, hair conditioner is designed to replenish moisture, restore shine and bring softness to hair that’s been stripped of its natural oils from shampooing. It contains nourishing ingredients such as oils, proteins and vitamins, which penetrate the hair shaft to make your locks more manageable, less prone to breakage, as well as easier to style and comb through.

    Hair conditioner works by smoothing and sealing the hair cuticle, the outer layer of each hair strand. When the cuticle is smooth and flat, hair looks shiny, feels soft to touch, and is more resistant to damage.

    Regular use of conditioner will help support the vibrancy and strength of hair, while helping to prevent split ends and breakage, which can make your strands look unhealthy and dull.

The perfect addition to your hair care arsenal

Infused with avocado oil, northern nettle and quince extracts, the MÁDARA Nourish And Repair Conditioner works to deeply nourish and replenish dull, parched locks. The rich and creamy formula is like a treat for your hair, helping to prevent breakage and split ends, whilst enhancing your tresses and making them more manageable.