Oat | Hair Ultra-gentle Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk Tinted - All hair types

Permanent

Cleans without water

Klorane Dry Shampoo with Oat milk Tinted cleanses, volumises and adds texture to hair without water in 2 minutes. This cult-classic formula contains mineral pigments that blend into brown to dark hair for a natural-looking, invisible finish. Formulated with softening and protective natural Oat milk extract, this ultra-gentle formula extends the life of blow-outs and decreases the frequency of liquid washes. Suitable for frequent use on all hair types.

Clean, volumised hair in 2 minutes without water.

Cleanses, softens, texturise

Aerosol

Usable by Teenagers - Adults

Age From 12 year(s)

Hair color Dark hair - Light brown hair

Type of hair All hair types

Need Gentle - ultra-soft effect

Made in France

Application

Frequency of use

As often as necessary

Shake well before use. Hold the bottle at 15cm from hair, focusing at the roots. Leave on for 2 minutes then brush hair thoroughly until the power is removed.

Ingredients

Ingredients

BUTANE. PROPANE. ORYZA SATIVA (RICE) STARCH (ORYZA SATIVA STARCH). ISOBUTANE. ALCOHOL (ALCOHOL DENAT.). ALUMINUM STARCH OCTENYL SUCCINATE. AVENA SATIVA (OAT) KERNEL OIL (AVENA SATIVA KERNEL OIL). CETRIMONIUM CHLORIDE. CYCLODEXTRIN. FRAGRANCE (PARFUM). IRON OXIDES (CI 77491). (CI 77492). (CI 77499). ISOPROPYL MYRISTATE. SILICA

Naturally derived powders.

The consumer is advised to systematically check the composition of the product before purchasing it.

Oats

Oats

Oats are selected for their remarkable richness in carbohydrates, lipids and vitamins, as well as hydrating, softening and protective properties.

Absorbent powders

Absorbent-powders

A selection of 100% plant-based powders, to absorb excess sebum on the scalp and refresh and cleanse the hair.

Results

• 93% Clean hair¹
• 94% Volume¹
• 90% Texture¹

¹Use test. % of satisfaction of 67 women after 5 days of using the dry shampoo with Oat milk tinted. Free from animal-origin ingredients.

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