K-PAK Color Therapy Conditioner

K-PAK Color Therapy

You can choose a shampoo that avoids stripping hair of beautiful, new color… but you’ll double your efforts if you reach for our companion conditioner. It not only protects your color investment, but hydrates and repairs hair at the same time. How’s that for therapy?

Here’s Why You’ll Love It

Hydrates and repairs color-treated hair

Helps leave hair strong, healthy-looking, and protected

Reviews & Testimonials

3.7 rating
3.7 out of 5 stars (based on 14 reviews)
Very good7%

Now Let’s Use It

This color-protecting conditioner gives you tangle-taming slip in no time.

Directions: Apply a small amount to clean, damp hair. Leave for 1-2 minutes. Rinse. For best results, use with K-PAK Color Therapy Shampoo.

Let’s Look Inside

Peptides & Keratin in our Quadrabond Peptide Complex

Attach to the damaged sites of the hair structure to rebuild from the inside out.


To lock in moisture, amp up shine, and seal the cuticle.


Guard against environmental stresses.


5.0 rating

Its watered down sulfates, doesnt do any damage…also it all depends on what kind of water u have that can strip alot out of ur hair..research ingredients so u can understand how it works 🙂 otherwise i love this product!!

1.0 rating

this is literally the worst conditioner I have ever tried. the fragrance smells like strong old lady perfume, so strong it made me feel sick. I could still smell it long after the shower. super annoying. I admit I’m a person who hates perfumes, but that’s usually with actual perfume sprays. scents used in haircare products are usually fruity, light, and inoffensive to me. I have literally never had a shampoo or conditioner make me feel so sick to smell it. in addition, when I rinsed it out, my hair did not feel soft at all. it felt like I had used a stripping shampoo and not followed up with any conditioner. this is definitely going to be returned. frankly, I’m surprised. I have their Color Endure Violet Shampoo and was super impressed at how good and gentle it is. weird.


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