Mad for Mangoes

With harsh winter weather just around the corner, wouldn’t we all love to escape to sunny climes? Your hair can also use a vacation from the harsh, blustery weather. With the frigid temperatures, snow, sleet and blustering winds that the first cold snap ushers in, there is also a drop in humidity that can cause both hair and skin to lose precious moisture. Dry, brittle hair is also prone to breakage. While most of us don’t hesitate to change out our closets or switch from light lotions to richer creams to moisturize parched skin, we don’t always think about modifying our hair care regimen. It’s time to rethink winter hair care with the KLORANE Mango Butter range, five must-haves to nourish, repair and protect dehydrated hair.

For the ultimate in nurturing benefits, KLORANE sources mangoes exclusively from India, where the sweet, juicy fruit has been used for 4,000 years to heal infections. Just think what mangoes can do for your hair! Indian-grown mangoes are especially rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants to help restructure hair and restore depleted moisture. Extracted from the pit through cold pressing, a costly process that preserves the value of the nutrients found in the extract, mango rescues winter-weary tresses without weighing hair down.

For mild cleansing, shampoo hair with rich, creamy KLORANE Shampoo with Mango Butter (13.4 oz., $18), formulated to nourish and restructure the hair shaft while restoring moisture. Left in the hair for two minutes, their Conditioner with Mango Butter (5.1 oz., $14) smoothes and detangles even the most parched tresses, leaving hair moisturized, soft and shiny.

For a weekly deep treatment, leave Mask with Mango Butter (5 oz., $24) in hair for five minutes. To get the equivalent of a luxurious spa treatment, apply the mask, wrap head with a warm towel and relax for 20 minutes before rinsing. The heat of the towel helps the mask to penetrate deeply to restructure the hair shaft and seal the cuticle (outer layer) to resist external aggressors — a must for extremely dehydrated and damaged hair. Leave-In Fluid with Mango Butter (3.4 oz., $14) forms an invisible protective film on the surface of the hair to prevent breakage. Simply work 2 or 3 pea-size drops through the lengths of towel-dried or dry hair. All are sulfate-free and sodium chloride-free.

Going skiing or headed for a winter beach resort? Take along Mango Oil (4.2 oz., $14), a lightweight, spray-on dry oil enhanced with a UV filter to protect against the sun's harmful rays. You’ll love how a light misting of the oil conditions — and with no oily residue. The oil is paraben-free, silicone-free, and preservative-free.

These cold-weather hair care essentials with an uplifting, refreshing mango fragrance not only bring a little slice of the tropics to you, but also ensure the highest possible nourishment for dry hair.

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