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Nature Knows Best Rosemary Conditioner 250ml

Ideal for thinning mature hair. Gentle enough for everyday use.Rosemary is an aromatic herb that has been extensively used in traditional societies as a remedy against hair loss.

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Nature Knows Best Rosemary Conditioner 250ml

 

 

For Thinning/Mature Hair

 

Nature Knows Best Hair care range are free from sodium laureth sulphate (SLES) and parabens. The Nature knows Best Hair care range is inspired by nature and created for a range of different hair types. Nature Knows Best use natural, plant derived ingredients wherever possible and because they manufacture the range on their premises in Yorkshire, the carbon footprint is less than for similar products imported from abroad.

 

Rosemary is an aromatic herb that has been extensively used in  traditional societies as a remedy against hair loss. An excellent conditioning shampoo for thinning or mature hair. Together with Rosemary Extract, Rosemary Essential Oil is incorporated for its stimulating properties, helping to increase circulation in the scalp and allow hair follicles to receive more nutrition.

 

Ideal for thinning mature hair.  Gentle enough for everyday use.

 

This stimulating conditioner uses rosemary extract and essential oil to enhance circulation to the scalp and promote optimum nutrition of the hair follicles

 

Ingredients:

Aqua, Cetrimonium Chloride, Cetearyl Alcohol, ,Dimethicone, Cetiol V, Decyloleate, 75100. Rosemarinus Officinalis Extract, Rosemarinus Officinalis Oil, Calendula Officinalis, CI75100.

 

Directions:

After first washing with Nature Knows Best Rosemary Shampoo, apply to the hair and comb through. Leave for one minute then rinse thoroughly. Avoid contact with eyes

 

FEATURES

Contains no Sodium laureth sulphate (SLES) - A foaming agent which can be an irritant to sensitive skin

No Parabens - preservatives believed by some to be linked to an increased risk of some cancers

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