Nourishing Repair Shampoo

Nourishing Repair Shampoo

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Sulfate Free Shampoo enriched with Monoï de tahiti extract and Lavender essential oil, nourishes hair with essential nutrition

Free from sulfates, silicons, parabens and all harsh chemicals. IXORA Nourishing Repair Shampoo Gives life to your hair and provide it with it’s essential nutrition through the powerful combination of Monoï de Tahiti, Black Oats, Wheat Protein and Coconut Alkanes. The combination of these powerful ingredients they help to deeply nourish and gives back it’s strength. This magic formula is also rich of Lavender essential oil, Geranium essential oil and Unpasteurized Raw Honey to protect, sooth the scalp and kill bacteria that causes the hair to be weak or break. Our Nourishing Repair Shampoo also includes anti-hair fall ingredients and even stimulates hair growth.

Made in the UAE

Details 

Directions: Apply a generous amount to wet hair and massage well in to the scalp. Rinse hair thoroughly with warm water.

To achieve the best results we recommend to use the Intensive Phyto Conditioner alongside the shampoo to lock in the moisture and benefits.

Free From: Sulfates, Synthetic Perfumes, GMO (genetically modified organism), Parabens , Silicons, Paraffin, Synthetic Coloring, Petroleum Jelly, Petroleum Oil and 1.500 other chemical ingredients

Ingredients: 

Geranium Rose Essential Oil, Lavender Essential Oil, Aloe Vera, Unpasteurized Raw Honey, Monoï de Tahiti A.O. Brut Toco, Wheat Protein, Roucou Oil.

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