My Review: JONATHAN Product Hydrating Shampoo & Conditioner.

I have a hard time finding the balance of getting enough moisture for my hair without weighing it down. JONATHAN Products Hydrating Shampoo and Conditioner line is one my new favorite things. Unlike most hydrating products the formula itself isn’t heavy. Both the shampoo and conditioner have such a light consistency I was sure it wouldn’t be enough to tackle my curly, dry hair.

Much to my surprise this combo has the balance down. It’s light so my hair doesn’t get weighed down or limp but it adds so much moisture my hair looks and feels amazing. Within a few days use my hair was much easier to comb and I noticed a huge improvement in the shine and feel of my hair. Both products smell great but most importantly work wonders on dry and damaged hair.

JONATHAN Hydrating Shampoo 
A creamy, sulfate-free shampoo perfect for hair that needs an extra boost of moisture. It increases moisture retention deep within the hair cuticle, controls flyaways, and restores shine. UVA/UVB filters protect hair from sun damage and color fading. Great for dry, damaged or chemically treated hair.

Phthalate free. Gluten free. 100% vegan.

Scent: The fresh, invigorating Greenleaf scent adds relaxing aromatherapy benefits in the shower and stimulates the senses. Succulent notes of apple, plum blossom, lemon, jasmine and sandalwood energize and refresh, relax and invigorate.

JONATHAN Hydrating Conditioner
A must-have daily conditioner formulated to achieve long-lasting conditioning benefits, minimize the appearance of split ends, and make hair smooth and easier to manage. It restores shine and protects hair from damage caused by heat styling. Increases deep moisture retention within the hair cuticle and controls flyaways. Great for dry, damaged or chemically treated hair.

Phthalate free. Gluten free. 100% vegan.


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