The Blond Absolu Cicaflash comes in a large, shiny, lavender colored, soft bottle with a lavender hard top. The shape of the bottle, up-side-down, with the bottle standing on its top, is perfect to optimise the use of the quantity you need in your hair routine. The Kerastase logo and name are present on the bottle in a technicolor like effect. This bottle is quite simple and elegant, going well with the other products in the same collection, Blond Absolu.
Color and texture:
The Blond Absolu Cicaflash Fondant is a lavender colored pearly milky gel.
The Cicaflash has a very pleasant soft flowery fragrance, which will leave your hair smelling like spring for quite a while.
The brand recommends applying a hazelnut sized amount on washed and towel-dried hair. Massage through mid-lengths and ends, avoiding roots to ensure lightweight volume. Leave on the hair for 2 to 3 minutes. Emulsify and rinse thoroughly.
This product can be used once to twice per week.
The Kerastase Fondant offers the restorative performance of a masque with the lightweight finish of a conditioner. It intensively restores sensitised hair, deeply nourishing the fibre. Ideal for all tones of lightened or highlighted hair, it restores the hair fibre, preventing breakage. Hair is soft and hydrated while remaining light and luminous.
We found that the fondant actually facilitates detangling hair, from roots to ends and deeply moisturises without adding weight. The main ingredients, Hyaluronic Acid and Edelweiss Flower, work together to strengthen the hair and prevent future breakage. They also bring a high concentration of antioxidants to protect the fiber from daily aggressions.
Works best when paired with the Kerastase Bain Ultra-Violet.
The Kerastase Blond Absolu Cicaflash is priced at 34.2$ for 250ml. Compared to similar range products, it is more expensive than the L’Oréal Professionnel Serie Expert Blondifier conditioner sold at 22.5$ for 200ml.