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– Tones the hair.
– Protects its colouring.
– Stimulates hair growth.
– Regulates oil secretion.
– Allergen and paraben free.
HOW TO USE
SHAKE ENERGICALLY BEFORE EVERY USE to dilute completely. Apply and massage into scalp. No need to rinse. Frequent use.
Keep out of the reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes, and in case of contact, rinse thoroughly with water. Wash hands thoroughly after application. Do not use to dye eyebrows, eyelashes or moustaches. In case of skin irritation, discontinue use. Do not swallow.
Agua, Alcohol denat., Glycerin, Sulphur, Bismuth Citrate, Rosmarinus Officinalis Leaf Extract, Parfum, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Hydroxide, Citral, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool.
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Rosemary is a very common aromatic plant on the Mediterranean coast that can reach up to 2 metres in height.
It has many benefits for skin and hair care. It stands out for its moisturising and nourishing properties. It is a powerful antioxidant, ideal for treating acne-prone skin and redness. It stimulates hair growth and gives it luminosity. Widely used in the treatment of dandruff and oily hair.
This extract has a strong antifungal action, which is why it is often used in treatments to combat dandruff.
Rosemary also thoroughly cleanses and fights inflammation of the skin.
It is also useful for oily skin, reducing excess sebum and balancing sebum production, thanks to its astringent and antiseptic properties.
Inside, Rosemary extract contains powerful antioxidants that preserve the skin’s natural well-being and give it tone.
It strengthens the hair follicles and stimulates blood circulation, in order to promote oxygenation and, consequently, the growth of healthy, strong hair (in fact, rosemary extract can be found in hair loss treatments).
Rosemary extracts can be used to reduce the appearance of grey hair.
Its caffeic acid and rosmarinic acid content act as natural hair colouring agents, helping to minimise the appearance of grey or white hair. In addition, its direct application helps to stimulate the activity of melanocytes, the cells responsible for hair pigmentation.
Rosemary’s main activity is closely linked to the digestive system by stimulating and promoting secretions and the production of gastrointestinal juices. It also has other surprising effects that are not so closely linked. These are highlighted below:
It has many benefits for skin and hair care. It stands out for its moisturising and nourishing power.
It is a powerful antioxidant, ideal for treating acne-prone skin and redness. It stimulates the scalp, helping hair growth and giving it shine. Widely used in the treatment of dandruff and oily hair.
Antibactericidal, antiseptic, fungicidal and balsamic effect.
Rubefacient and healing effect increases blood circulation in the area where it is located, relieving pain from musculoskeletal disorders.
Thanks to the properties and benefits of rosemary alcohol, we can say that the main medicinal, therapeutic and cosmetic uses are the following:
- Relieve varicose veins
- Combat tired legs
- Improve circulatory disorders
- Eliminate cellulite
- To alleviate muscular pains
- Improve arthrosis or rheumatism
- Relax muscles
- Relieve inflammation in case of bruises
- Relieve joint pain
- Stop hair loss
- Treating gout pain
- Relieve sprain pain
- Prevent skin ageing