- Wet hair thoroughly.
- Emulsify a small amount of Bain Restructurant à la Banane shampoo for curly hair between your palms.
- Apply to the scalp and massage, adding small amounts of water progressively as a gentle lather builds.
- Rinse thoroughly.
Pro Tip: Do you shampoo your hair just once a week? We recommend you wash, rinse, and repeat. Two applications will most effectively remove a week’s worth of buildup from dust, pollution, dry shampoos, and styling products.
Key Ingredients & Benefits
- Rich in vitamin B
- Rich in antioxidants and flavonoids
Aqua – *Disodium Laureth Sulfosuccinate – *Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate – *Decyl Glucoside – *Polyglyceryl-10 Laurate – *Sodium Lauryl Glucose Carboxylate – *Glycerin – Sorbeth-230 Tetraoleate – *Lauryl Glucoside – Parfum/Fragrance – *Quillaja Saponaria Wood Extract – Sodium Benzoate – *Linum Usitatissimum (Linseed) Seed Extract – *Starch Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride – *Sodium Levulinate – *Hydrolyzed Sweet Almond Protein – *Lactic Acid – *Salvia Hispanica Seed Extract – *Hydrolyzed Quinoa – *Sodium Citrate – *Sorbitan Laurate – *Tilia Cordata Flower Extract – *Musa Sapientum (Banana) Fruit Extract – Sorbic Acid – *Sodium Lactate – Sodium Chloride – *Xylitol – *Caprylic Acid – Postassium Sorbate – *Levulinic Acid – *p-Anisic Acid
Launched in 1982 when perms were de rigueur, Bain Restructurant à la Banane was the first shampoo created specifically to address the resulting chemical damage to hair cuticles. Jean-Marie Greyl innovated this natural shampoo for curly hair to gently cleanse while preserving bounce. The hero ingredient, banana extract, helps with definition and shape, while plant proteins help protect and strengthen. Even without the perm, we know natural hair tends toward dehydration and frizz. That’s why Bain Restructurant à la Banane remains a true favorite for curly and wavy hair enthusiasts today.