Ice Hair Conditioner Tool

By Inverse

Starting at $149.95
Ice Hair Conditioning Tool

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Ice is the frizz-fighting foundation in this hair smoothening system. Run the tool over damp hair and its ice cores (that store in the freezer) lock moisture into your strands. Prep with the optional ice mist spray that’s pH balanced to prime hair cuticles to close and seal in moisture.

  • Tool Materials: High-grade plastic and anodized aluminum, magnets, non-toxic aqueous salt solution
  • Optional Ice Mist Ingredients: Water, citric acid, sodium citrate, phenoxyethanol
  • Care: Use a non-abrasive cleaner, or submerge in water for cleaning
  • Includes one ice hair conditioning tool and one storage bag. Optional add-on of one 8.4 oz. bottle of Ice Mist
  • Instructions: Freeze ice cores for at least 2 hours before use. For best results use on damp, towel-dried hair with the included Ice Mist. The treatment should take about 15 minutes depending on hair thickness. For best results, use at least 3 times per week, see user guide here
  • Natural alternative for conditioning your hair
  • Continued use makes hair softer, stronger, shinier, and more manageable
  • Great for all hair types and works on both chemically treated and virgin hair
  • Optional Ice Mist prepares your hair for inverse conditioning by gently closing the cuticle
  • Cordless design makes it easy to use anywhere
  • Aids in the reversal of damage to your hair
  • Can also be used on dry heat-styled hair to lock in the style
  • Winner of 2016 Good Design Award, Gold in Best Awards 2015
  • Made in New Zealand
  • Dimensions: 10.5" x 1.75" x 1.25"
  • Weight: 0.5 lb.

To Go With Ice Hair Conditioner Tool

3 Reviews (4 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

It works

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Easy to use and the shine is great. I had my doubts but worth the money.

5

My hair is gorgeous

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I was hesitant to order this simply because of the price but after I saw a difference in my hair by simply rinsing in cold water I thought I'd give it a try. I washed my hair as normal then ran the Inverse all over my hair after spraying the Conditioning Mist. I used no other products that I normally do. I blow dried it on a lower setting and styled it with my round styling blower. My hair is softer, smoother and my style actually has lasted longer. In our New Orleans heat & humidity my hair usually falls flat in about 15 minutes. It's been 2-1/2 hours since I styled it and I still have curls. I'm a believer.More > < Less

2

Not my favorite

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I use the cooling part after every shampoo which is about every other day. Not so much with the mist. I don't necessarily want to put another product on my hair and I haven't noticed a big difference when I use it. Also, it arrived somewhat damaged in shipping because they put it in a bag instead of a box. It got crushed and some of the product leaked out. Sorry but for the price I want all of the product.More > < Less

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About Inverse

Cold Therapy

David Roe is the hair stylist and Maker behind the Inverse hair smoothening tool that uses ice—yes, ice—to make locks look and feel healthier. When his wife got great results rinsing her curly hair in freezing cold water, he learned that cold can help seal hair cuticles to better lock moisture in. So David began experimenting with ice to boost shine and leave hair smooth.

Patented ice cores go from the freezer straight into the styling tool where they’re held in place by magnets. The cores are filled with a unique gel that maintains the perfect chilly temperature while you’re using it. Smooth the Inverse ice conditioner tool over damp hair to help seal moisture in—the opposite effect of hot tools, which can strip moisture out and lead to frizz. David also created an ice mist spray to use before you get started. It's pH-balanced to prime the cuticle to close and better prep for a session of icy cold conditioning.