Shampoo Novex Argan salt-free 300ml

Naturally and effectively cleans hair, moisturizing and providing extreme softness. Its formula contain argan oil that guarantees complete nourishment for dry or rough hair, leaving it soft, with healthy ends and more disciplined.
  • Reference: 876120002695
  • Brand: Embelleze
  • Availability: Available

20.20 €/Kg

Dry, chemically treated hair, frizzy and dull. It also is very indicated to moisturize rough or curly hair.

Active ingredients
This product does not contain salt (Sodium Chloride). Unique and perfect combination of vitamin E and pure argan oil extracted from trees in Morocco. This oil is a natural moisturizer and powerful antioxidant to fight free radicals helping repair cell membrane damage by increasing the strength of the hair fiber and preventing frizz.

Repairs damaged hair fiber and split ends, provides shine and silkiness. Protects from heat appliances such as blow dryers and irons.

Shiny, moisturized and soft hair, with healthy ands and less frizz.

Clear plastic bottle with 300ml of product, with secure lid that doses the amount of product. Gently perfumed scent. Valid for 12 months after opening.

Directions and frequency of use
  • To wash normally, follow the instructions of a salt-free shampoo.
  • To perform the Intensive Hydration :
    1. Wash hair with this shampoo.
    2. Mix a measure of argan mask with 2 measures of any other hair oil with argan that you have.
    3. Apply the mix and leave it on for 10 minutes with a thermal cap.
    4. Rinse.
    5. Apply a protective serum and hair shield to seal the treatment.
    6. Proceed to blow dry and iron.
    7. Finish with some drops of argan oil for extra shine.
Aqua, Laureth Sulfate, Cocamidopropyl Betadine, Glicol Stearate, Peg-14M, Cetyl Alcohol. Gur, Hydroxypliltimonium Chloride, Parfum, Polyquaternium-7, Cocamide Dea, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Lactic Acid, Bht, Argania Spinosa (Argan) Oil, Methylisothyazolinone, Methychloroisothyazolinone.

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This brand does not test its products in animals.

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