Pantene 3 Minute Miracle Conditioner



Hello Sunshine! Got only 3 minutes to spare? Don't let that get in the way of perfect hair. Three minutes is all you need to smoothen even three months worth of hair damage! Thanks to the new Pantene 3 minute miracle conditioner. Lucky me because I was among the first select people to try the product even before it became available for the public (thank you Sample Room); and for one, I think what made me enjoy using the new Pantene 3 minute miracle conditioner is its scent. It has a fresh berry scent with a hint of vanilla to it--always a good mixture to have in a bath product if I may say so.

Aside from the scent, it also has the right consistency for me. Some conditioners feel too thick for everyday use, and I don't like that. This however is a balance of richness and "fluffiness". It was very light and easy to distribute on my hair. Likewise, rinsing was a breeze so I don't have to worry about accumulation on my hair and scalp! Now, if you're considering switching up your hair care routine, Pantene 3 minute miracle is definitely worth your time! I know I would. Since I used this product, detangling my hair post-shower is a breeze (because my hair literally is super smooth)! Less hair fall due to breakage too! (Continue reading to find out how you can pre-order this product, photo link at the end of my post)
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With Pantene 3 Minute Miracle Conditioner, you can get the beautiful hair you’ve always wanted--all in just 3 minutes!

Facts about Pantene 3 Minute Miracle Conditioner

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Smoothen 3 Months of Damage
 Damaged hair is one that has lost its protective layer and thus feels rough. Damaged hair is also more negatively charged than healthy hair, causing frizz. To achieve smooth, silky and detangled hair, Pantene’s new formula has an improved conditioning agent or cationic polymer. This cationic polymer is positively charged to neutralize damaged portions of hair, and forms a shield to protect hair from future damage. This protective layer reduces the friction between individual hair fibers, resulting in easier rinsing and reduced tangling.

Get Touchable Smoother Hair
With up to 80% more key conditioning ingredient vs. Pantene’s regular conditioner, Pantene 3 Minute Miracle Conditioner contains the highest ever level of advanced Terminal Amino-Silicones (TAS), which flatten and smoothen the outer layer or the cuticle cells on the hair surface. This helps protect the hair’s inner structure or cortex, preventing future damage and moisture loss from styling. By protecting the moisture balance of hair, Pantene 3 Minute Miracle transforms brittle, rigid and damaged hair to touchable, soft and beautiful hair. See the improvement from the first time you try it: Stronger, shinier hair inside out in just 3 minutes.

 Filipinas Choose New Pantene Conditioner
 Women have seen and felt the difference of Pantene’s miraculous beauty must-have. In a recent survey among Filipinas, more women rated the new Pantene 3 Minute Miracle as very good and excellent compared to a regular conditioner.
8 out of 10 women gave 3 Minute Miracle top marks, making it superior in: 1. Improving hair health 2. Helping repair damage 3. Leaving hair smooth 4. Strengthening each strand of hair 5. Preventing split ends 6. Providing immediate results

Pantene 3 minute miracle

Pantene 3 Minute Miracle Conditioner in Total Damage Care and Hair Fall Control variants will be available in February 2015 for Php159 (180ml) and Php259 (340ml).




Kumiko Mae is a Filipina Beauty Blogger aka sunflower girl who loves to blog about beauty and other pretty feelings on LovingSunshine.com, a beauty and lifestyle blog in the Philippines. She lives warmly and with the heart of a never-ending sunshine. Her favorite things come in sparkly packages.

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