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Condition Me Key Premium Ingredients:

Cholesterol, Niacinamide Shea Butter, Olive Oil, Lupine Protein, Caffeine, Rosemary. It helps deep moisturising, prevent breakage, detangles, smooth the cuticle helps to control frizzy hair. This is your perfect solution for any bad hair day.

Dual-use Hydrating Conditioner for daily use or as deep conditioning treatment. Also great for Afro Hair, enabling it to feel thick and look shiny.

  • Revitalises hair appearance
  • Stronger looking hair from root to tip
  • Fuller & thicker looking hair
  • Frizz Control
  • The Gloss Effect
  • Added body & shine

A great solution for over processed dyed hair, combat the damage from heat tools.



 Suitable for MEN & WOMEN with all hair types, European, African, Asian, Latin and Middle Eastern.


What is Cholesterol in Watermans Conditioner?

A: Cholesterol is a safe West African ingredient from the 1800s that’s not mostly known to non-African races. Cholesterol is a super ingredient used to repair, moisture and replenish hair after repeated styling processes. Using Watermans Condition Me regularly can protect the hair from becoming damaged during heat straightening and blow-drying. Cholesterol in our Watermans Condition Me comes from sheep’s wool ‘lanolin’, Lanolin also has anti-fungal properties that protect the skin from infection.



Directions For Normal Use: 

After Shampooing, rinse hair and apply Watermans ConditionMe, massage into hair from root to tip, comb hair through to ends and leave for 2-3 Minutes. Rinse hair thoroughly with cool water for added shine.

Directions For Deep Conditioning Treatments: 

For a deep conditioning treatment cover hair with a plastic cap or towel. Keep on hair for 15 - 20 minutes. Remove cap or towel and rinse thoroughly 

We do not provide guaranteed results, because suitability and outcomes will vary from person to person - Make sure you follow product directions on the back of bottles to activate the formula. Customers may experience short term shedding when first using our range. Learn more here FAQ

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