Prettier Hair With Papyrus Milk
By Marci Robin, Senior Online Editor |
Remember that one ridiculous line in Meet the Parents? "Oh, you can milk just about anything with nipples." Well, apparently you milk a few things that don't have nipples, like papyrus. It's a grass-like botanical, but Klorane has found a way to essentially milk it-literally and figuratively.
The brand's Mask with Papyrus Milk is a prime example of this plant's power. When you need help with unruly hair, it's a quick, gentle fix that makes a noticeable difference in just a few minutes.
The specific type of papyrus extract used is that of chufa sedge, which is actually used as a milk substitute in some diets. But when it comes to hair, the milk we're used to could never perform as well as this plant's milk.
We love how soft hair feels and how easy it is to handle when we use it as a once-in-a-while conditioner replacement. And it's fresh scent is a bonus you can take with you all day as it stays in your now-luscious locks.
You can't say that about "regular" milk!