Key Ingredients. Loma Leave-In Conditioner has some amazing key ingredients that work great on all hair types, and has some added benefits that most leave-in conditioners don’t. Many leave-in conditioners on the market today are just that, a leave-in conditioner. Loma Leave-In Conditioner is a cut above the rest.
High-performing natural ingredients. Our signature aloe vera gel is organically healing and has soothing properties that ensure your hair is not only getting hydrated, but is being healed from the inside out. Many people see words like Benzyl Alcohol, Benzoic Acid and Sorbic Acid and think “oh no bad stuff!”. This is not the case, these are a great natural preservation system which allow our products to perform using natural ingredients.
Ingredients you didn’t know you needed. Most don’t think too much of fennel seed, but this is a great natural way to extend color vibrancy by killing excess peroxide and ammonia residue left over after color services! When you add fennel seed, it helps reduce the fading of that color service allowing that color to last longer while also repairing UV damage.
Scientific, not scary. Panthenol is a source of vitamin B-5 that is derived from natural sources and imparts moisture to the hair. Tocopherol which is sunflower based, is organic vitamin E, rich in natural antioxidants to protect your hair and skin. Both of these may be “scary” words that people associate with artificial ingredients, but they aren’t. They are extracts of a larger whole that have a scientific name, it doesn’t mean it’s not natural.
Clean. Quality. Guaranteed. We use only the highest quality ingredients and we are confident that our raw materials are clean and free of hidden hazards. We promise quality and longevity, and our passion is in the process – we research and test each raw material to ensure they’re as clean as they claim to be. Our founder and cosmetic chemist, David Hanen, personally guarantees the quality of the raw materials he uses, promising “we only buy from the finest raw material manufacturers in the world.”