Beneath the husky hard shell of a coconut, lies a hidden treasure trove of powerful hair-enhancing ingredients. This almighty fruit contains a powerful and hydrating oil that forms the core of the Lee Stafford CoCo LoCo collection.
Packed with Coconut Oil to deeply moisturise locks, each product in the CoCo LoCo line up has been lovingly created to help transform parched hair back to its former glory. Rich in lauric acid, which has a natural affinity for hair protein, coconut is one of THE best oils to really penetrate the hair shaft. By reducing protein loss within the cuticle which in turn prevents damage, each product in the CoCo LoCo collection ensures hair is stronger, shinier and healthier with a head-turning coconut fragrance that lasts all day long!
The range consists of:
CoCo LoCo Shampoo and Conditioner (R129.95 for 250ml; R190 for 600ml)
Your first step to soft, shiny hair; this cleansing and moisturising duo rehydrates to the max!
CoCo LoCo Coconut Mask (R159.95 for 200ml)
A deliciously thick and creamy Coconut Mask packed full of coconutty goodness to help repair hair by reducing protein loss. Use in between shampoo and conditioner when hair cuticles are open to flood hair with moisture.
CoCo LoCo Coconut Dry Shampoo (R99.95 for 200ml)
Contains a delicate powder that’s gentle on the scalp yet super absorbent to help combat oily roots whilst creating instant volume.
CoCo LoCo Holiday Hair Hero (R99.95 for 150ml)
Say hello to beach babe hair and protect against colour fade and UV rays. Spray generously over the crown of your head, the mid-lengths and ends of your hair.
CoCo LoCo Heat Protection Mist (R99.95 for 150ml)
This lightweight spray helps protect hair from the damaging effects of styling appliances. With Coconut Oil and 0%
alcohol, this conditioning shield protects hair from up to 220°C / 428°F. Leaving you with stronger, shinier, healthier hair.
Lee Stafford products are available exclusively at select Clicks stores as well as online at www.clicks.co.za.
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This post was sponsored by Lee Stafford.