Turn your cleansing into the first step of a reconstruction process specifically designed for any hair type that’s been through the ringer. Whether the source of your hair damage is overzealous thermal styling or harsh chemical services, K-PAK Shampoo helps restore hair to its original, healthy-looking condition—plus, gives it a cloak of protection to fend off future damage.
Here’s Why You’ll Love It
Unlike traditional cleansers that can strip hair of color and strength, K-PAK focuses on the “give-back”—; removing impurities and dirt, while leaving behind beautiful healthy-looking hair.
Hair feels healthy and clean
Moisture is immediately restored
Crème-based formula feels rich and nourishing
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Now Let’s Use It
No complicated maneuvers; yet, this highly targeted cleanser leaves behind plenty of protection.
Directions: Shampoo, rinse, and repeat if desired. Follow up with K-PAK Conditioner.
Let’s Look Inside
This hair healer goes right to the damaged areas of the cuticle, instantly filling in those lost amino acids, while restoring elasticity, strength, and shine.
BIO-ADVANCED PEPTIDE COMPLEX
Our exclusive blend of smart, hair-identical keratins that help repair hair from the inside out. These optimized proteins actively “seek out” and lock in on damaged sites, providing around-the-clock hair repair and protection.
KERATIN SILICONE COMPLEX
Weightlessly locks in moisture, seals repaired cuticles, and delivers intense shine and smoothness.
VITAMIN E AND ALOE
Deliver nourishment and hydration to help boost hair’s healthy appearance.
My hair looks ten times better after a few uses.breaking up with my old shampoo 😉
I bought the 750ml twin pack of this. Used to for the first time last night along side the moisturising leave in spray, i can not believe how AMAZING my hair feels. My hair has never felt this good since i came out if the womb! Will most definitely be purchasing the salon size 1000ml once this has ran out. Couldn’t recommend any more!
So, I’ve been growing my hair out for a couple of years. I get highlights about every 6 months and have gone out of my way to take good care of my hair. I see these articles on using baking soda as a shampoo additive. I’m conscious of chemicals and this DIY turned my hair to brittle straw. If I were to brush it, it would have all broken off. I crawled to my nearest ulta in embarrassment. Used the k-pak twice and my hair is in better shape than it was before.