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Is amodimethicone vegan?

Amodimethicone is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is amodimethicone?

Amodimethicone is a silicon-based polymer that is commonly used as a conditioning agent in hair care products. It is a unique ingredient that provides exceptional detangling and smoothing benefits to the hair. Amodimethicone is especially effective at providing moisture retention, making it a popular choice for those with dry or damaged hair. Unlike traditional silicones, amodimethicone is highly compatible with other ingredients and does not build up on the hair over time. This makes it an ideal choice for those seeking a lightweight, non-greasy formula that will leave their hair looking and feeling healthy and nourished.

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