SKU: BP600

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SKU: BP600

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Bosley Nourishing Leave-In Soft Hold 200ml

$20.97

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BosleyMD is the Thinning Hair Authority and the leader in effective solutions for men and women. With over 45 years of experience, Bosley is the world’s most recognised and trusted name in hair restoration, offering comprehensive thinning hair treatments clinically proven to regrow hair.

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Create Thicker, Fuller-Looking Hair.

BosVolumize Volumizing & Thickening Nourishing Leave-In helps create thicker, fuller-looking hair by adding weightless volume while helping to detangle wet hair after shampooing. Color-safe formula lightly conditions hair strands without weighing the hair down. Apple Stem Cell Extract helps to stimulate hair follicles while Pentapeptides help strengthen and nourish hair strands. Offers soft hold to blow dried styles.

Features & Benefits

  • When applied to the root area, Apple Stem Cell Extract works to help promote hair growth by stimulating dormant hair follicles.
  • Pentapeptides work to help strengthen and nourish the hair.
  • Paraben Free
  • Cruelty Free
  • Vegan
  • Colour Safe
  • Sulphate Free
Directions And Care Instructions
  1. Spray onto towel-dried hair and comb through. Do not rinse.
  2. Style as desired.

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