Naturaz 3-in-1 Conditioning Shampoo
If you're wondering, "Which shampoo and conditioner is best for dry hair?" then you've come to the right place. The Naturaz 3-in-1 Conditioning Shampoo is a gentle cleansing agent with highly moisturizing and conditioning properties. This dry hair and scalp shampoo has No Sulfates, No Parabens, No Alcohols! It contains Jojoba Oil which is similar to the sebum produced by your scalp and is an excellent hair moisturizer. It also contains Aloe Vera Juice which is high in vitamins A, C, E and minerals like selenium, magnesium, calcium and more which nourish your hair and scalp and support hair growth. Aloe vera also repairs skin cells, conditions your hair and prevents itching, flaking and dry scalp. It also contains Sunflower Lecithin, a strong anti-oxidant that is very moisturizing and nourishing for your scalp. It will impart strength, shine and softness to your hair. If you have dry hair or want to maintain moisture in your hair, use it for your cleansing regimen. You will notice a difference in how your hair and scalp respond and feel. Note that it is Non-Foaming and non-stripping, so it will not dry hair!
Water, Aloe Vera, Vegetable Glycerin, Sunflower Lecithin, Polysorbate 20, Coco Betaine, Simmodsia chinensis (Jojoba Oil), Aloe Barbadensis, Lavander Essential Oil, Citric acid, Sodium Benzoate (P), Potassium Sorbate (P), Phenoxyethanol (Preservatives (p))
HOW TO USE:
Cleanse with the Naturaz 3-in-1 Conditioning Shampoo ( a little goes a long way) using the following steps: Cleansing technique: Divide your hair into sections then apply directly on the lines on the scalp dividing the sections. Also apply into one or two more spots on each section of your scalp. Using the tips of your fingers (not nails), massage your scalp taking care not to tangle the rest of your hair. For longer hair, if needed, add more cleanser to the hair itself and work your hands down your hair length in sections to cleanse it. Rinsing technique: rinse your hair out in one direction so as to avoid tangling. Still focusing on sections, work from your roots to the tips in straight strokes. You can also comb your hair after you rinse, with water still running through your hair. At this point you can most likely comb through all of your hair. Remember to clean your comb of shedded hair as needed, so that it is easier to comb through your hair. Blot your hair with a towel to remove excess water taking care not to tangle your hair.