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Tiande shampoo "recipe of ancient China"
  • Tiande shampoo "recipe of ancient China"
  • Tiande shampoo "recipe of ancient China"
  • Tiande shampoo "recipe of ancient China"

Tiande shampoo "recipe of ancient China"

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Chinese hair has always been famous for their strength, density and "silky" structure. Would you like to have one too? Use cosmetics created on the basis of a unique strengthening complex from the legendary lifts of the Eastern plants!


Hair shampoo "Recipe for ancient China" will help restore your hair to your original strength! Thanks to the ingredients it contains, it effectively eliminates itching of the scalp and prevents dandruff.


The strengthening complex from Fo-TI, ginger, licorice root lifts makes the hair strong, soft and flexible, supports the regeneration of their structure and retains a natural shade.


By the way, the name of polygonia (Fo-Ti) in translation is "the old man's head in the color of the wound". According to the Chinese legend, the wise old man with this plant regenerated his hair, restoring their deep color.


Active ingredients:

+ licorice root extract - fights with dry scalp, eliminates dandruff and itching, by improving circulation eliminates hair loss and strengthens their structure

+ ginger root extract - improves blood circulation, increases nutrition of hair bulbs, accelerates growth and strengthens hair

+ Klimbazole - has antimicrobe properties

+ Fo -TI root extract - restores hair to a natural glow, prevents the early hair of gray hair, helps neutralize the aggressive dihydrotestosterone (DHT) hormone that accumulates in the hair follicles, which is often the cause of color loss and hair loss


Use the shampoo with the "Recipe of ancient China" balm. These cosmetics complement each other perfectly, strengthening the effect of regular use.


APPLICATION: Apply the shampoo to wet hair, massage and then rinse.

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