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Ice Hair Conditioning Mist

by Inverse

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  • For use in conjunction with the Ice Hair Conditioning System
  • Instructions: Refrigerate ice mist for best results. Spray inverse ice mist on your hair before using your Ice Hair Conditioner Tool. Can be used on both dry and wet hair and is great for all hair types
  • Solution has a pH level of 3.5 which works to gently close the hair cuticle
  • Fine lightweight spray does not leave a sticky or heavy residue on your hair and has a light rose fragrance
  • Water is sourced from New Zealand's finest aquifers
  • Made in New Zealand
Water, citric acid, sodium citrate, phenoxyethanol
One 250 ml plastic spray bottle with conditioning solution
7.5" x 2" x 2"
0.55 lb

4 avg. (3 reviews)

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Ice Hair Conditioning Mist

by Inverse

$19.96 $24.95

Prime your locks for the hair smoothening goodness of the Ice Hair Conditioner Tool. The ice mist™ spray is pH-balanced to help hair cuticles gently close and seal in shine-boosting moisture.
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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.