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Wella Professionals Elements Renewing Shampoo

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Wella Professionals Elements Renewing Shampoo

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A gentle renewing shampoo that rehydrates, nourishes and protects dry and damaged hair.

Wella Professionals Elements Renewing Shampoo is a sulphate-free product that renews the moisture of the hair, preserving and nourishing it from root to tip.

It forms a part of Wella's "free of" care system that instantly repairs and prevents against keratin degeneration.

It boasts a luxurious foaming experience and cares for your clients' locks being gentle enough to use every day.

Comes in a 1000-ml bottle.

N.B. Pump sold separately.

£14.20 (15.76)
£17.04 (inc. VAT) Why no VAT?
 
 
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I've been using these for a few years and have now ordered more to of the same and some smaller ones. They are durable and do not fall out of your hair, providing you wind and pin them correctly obviously! I would definitely NOT suggest you try to sleep in them as they would be much too prickly!
Sylvia Marsh
Aug 24, 2019