||Christophe Robin - Delicate Volumizing Shampoo with Rose Extracts - 250 ml|
Upon application, it glides over the hair and produces a very light lather. Enriched with rose water and fortifying baobab leaf extract, it preserves color, repairs and smoothes the hair while adding volume. Its antioxidant ingredients, rose oil and glycerin extract,
combine with an acidic pH of 4.9 to close the hair scales, preventing pigments from leaching out and keeping the color vivid and glossy. Results: The hair is brought back to life, appearing thicker and more toned. It is easier to style and maintains its color.
A cocktail of active ingredients renowned throughout history.
3 rose extracts combined with a new active ingredient targeting repair and volume.
3 natural rose extracts:
• ROSEHIP SEED OIL: this 100% natural oil is obtained by cold pressing the seeds of Rosa rubiginosa. It is extremely rich in essential fatty acids: Omega 6: 45%, Omega 3: 32%, Omega 9: 13%, vitamin E and K and squalene.
It has energy-giving, emollient, softening and antioxidant properties.
• ROSA CENTIFOLIA WATER: the petals of this rose, also known as a Provence Rose or Rose des cent feuilles, are steam distilled; 1 kg of flowers produces 1 L of rose water. It has slightly astringent, moisturizing and soothing properties. This flower water is highly fragrant.
• ROSA GALLICA GLYCERIN EXTRACT: rose petals are distilled
and the result combined with plant glycerin to produce an extract with
repairing and nourishing properties.
A PLANT POLYMER EXTRACTED FROM BAOBAB LEAVES:
To boost the emollient effect and moisturize the hair. Baobab leaves serve as a tremendous reservoir for water, containing a plant polymer (called mucilage) that transforms water into a hydro-gel with emollient and softening properties. It acts somewhat like hyaluronic acid on the skin, serving as a moisturizer to improve the surface and even out the scales to smooth the hair fiber. It has demonstrated its ability to strengthen and repair dry, sensitive hair, restoring its original shine and softness. The hairs themselves seem to become thicker, producing greater volume.
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