Progressive straightening Brazilian Oils Taninoplasty Step 2

Do you want to have your hair as if you were leaving your hairdressing salon every day? Brazilian Oils is an active straightener with a high concentration of Brazilian oils, free 100% formalin. It consists of a very nutritious and moisturizing volume reducer made with extracts of tropical fruit oils from the 100% natural Amazon. The duration of treatment ranges from 3 to 6 months or more depending on each hair. Does not alter the color of hair. The formula does not contain formaldehyde, retains all the ability to soften and reduce the volume of the hair leaving them with more bright, strength, smooth and healthy.
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  • Reference: 7898619050027
  • Brand: Brazilian Oils

182.50


Indication
All types of hair.

Active ingredients
Taninoplasty of high concentration of Brazilian oils free 100% formalin. Extracts of oils of tropical fruits of the Amazon 100% naturals.

Action
It reduces the volume of all hair types. You can make web applications without limits.

Results
The result is surprising. Transforms even the most rebellious hair, leaving a perfect balance and the hair becomes softer and easier to handle. Results visible from the first application. Smoother and disciplined hair.

Presentation
Bottle of 1L of product.

Directions
Shake before use: After washing the hair with the pre shampoo, dry the hair 80 or 90%. Divide the hair into four parts, apply the active with the appropriate brush wicking and with a fine comb distribute the product evenly to the tips. Leave the active act of 40 to 60 minutes depending on the type of hair. Rinse with warm water. After rinsing the active remove excess water from the hair with a towel.

Ingredients
Aqua, Glioxilic Acid, Cyclopentasiloxane (And) Dimethiconol, Cetearyl Alcohol, Propylene Glycol, Tannic Acid, Parfum, Xanthan Gum, Cetrimonium Chloride, Orbignya Oleifera Butter, Guazuma Ulmifolia Extract, Theobroma Grandiflorum Extract, Hydrolyzed Keratin, Cystein, Phenoxyethanol, Peg-150 Distearate, Acid Acetic.

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