There’s a brand new addition to the Sol de Janeiro haircare range, and it’s the deliciously sounding Sol de Janeiro Brazilian Joia Milky Leave-In Conditioner.
The brand launched their haircare products in 2019, and they’ve been extremely popular ever since. Their shampoo and conditioner are one of my personal favourite duos, so the launch of a leave-in conditioner is definitely appealing.
“This weightless, versatile, and buildable spray hydrates dry hair while detangling, preventing frizz, and providing up to 450° heat protection. It is perfect to use alone to enhance and celebrate your natural look, or as a primer before your favorite styling routine. This spray leaves hair healthy looking and silky soft.“
- Babaçu Oil: Locks in weightless moisture and blocks out frizz-causing humidity.
- Brazil Nut Oil: Rich in selenium to help strengthen and protect against breakage.
- Cupuaçu Butter: Quenches thirsty strands and smooths frizz without weighing hair down.
The leave-in conditioner is scented with the delicious, gourmand Cheirosa ’62 fragrance (from the cult-favourite Brazilian Bum Bum Cream) that has notes of vanilla, salted caramel, and pistachio.
Sol de Janeiro Brazilian Joia Milky Leave-In Conditioner is a lightweight conditioning spray that hydrates, detangles, and fights frizz for up to 72 hours while repairing split ends and protecting against heat damage.
It is $28, and contains 210ml of product within a bright yellow bottle, with a white pump dispenser, allowing you to mist the product all over the hair, and it’s described as being suitable for straight, wavy, curly and coily hair.
I think the Sol de Janeiro Brazilian Joia Milky Leave-In Conditioner sounds so lovely, and the fact it carries the same scent as the Bum Bum Cream is even better. I can’t wait to try it for myself, and it’ll be available right here.
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