Keratin & Ozon Oil Aktif Oksijen içeren Saç Bakım Şampuanı

KERATİN & OZON YAĞI + E VİTAMİN KOMPLEKS
ÖZEL SAÇ BAKIM ŞAMPUANI

Son derece sağlıklı ve şifa kaynağı Ozon gazı emdirilmiş taş sıkma Organik Zeytinyağı ve Keratin ile formüle edilmiş
YENİDEN YAPILANDIRICI & SİNERJİK ETKİLİ

Saçları hızla uzatırken yıpranmaların önüne geçerek sağlıklı bir görünüme kavuşmasını sağlar. 4 yıllık bir AR-GE süreci sonunda geliştirilen özel formüllü Revox Keratin&Ozon Oil Saç Bakım Şampuanı, etkisini ozon ve zeytinyağı başta olmak üzere yağ ve minerallerden alır, hiçbir kimyasal madde içermez. Her saç tipine uyum sağlayan ve ilk kullanımdan çok kısa bir süre içerisinde etkisi gözle görülen Revox Keratin&Ozon Oil Saç Bakım Şampuanı yalnızca bitkisel içeriğiyle yan etkisiz ve yoksunluk sendromuna sebebiyet vermeyen doğal bir üründür.
Revox Keratin & Ozon Oil Saç Bakım Şampuan ile saçlarınız ilk kullanımdan sonra dahi dolgun ve daha kalın görünür. İçeriğinde eşsiz bitki özleri bulunmaktadır.
Ozon Yağı: Saç gözeneklerini açar. Bu sayede saç dökülmeleri azaltarak ozonun içine hapsolduğu soğuk sıkım saf zeytinyağı saç diplerini besler, kırıkları onarır ve saça canlılık verir.
Keratin: Saçlarımızın ana hammaddesi denilebilir. Saçlarımızda oldukça büyük oranda doğal bir protein olarak bulunmaktadır. Ürünümüzde bulunan Keratin; buğday, mısır ve soyadan elde edilen bitki kaynaklı bir aminoasit kompleksidir. Keratin ilk görev olarak saçlarıı korur. Saçlardaki nemi absorbe eder ve nemin saçınızda kalmasını sağlayarak kurumasının ve böylece hasar görmesinin engellenmesine yardımcı olur.
Vitamin E Complex: Saç ve saç derisinde yoğun bir nemlendirici etki gösterir. Horse Tail Complex: Saç ve saç derisinin beslenmesine yardımcı olur.

FORMÜLASYONDA NELER VAR ?
Keratin, Ozon Oil (aktif oksijen) soğuk sıkım saf zeytinyağına en modern teknoloji kullanılarak uzun süre emdirilerek elde edilmiş yağ, E Vitamin Complex, At Kuyruğu Bitki Özü, Huş Ağacının Yaprak ve Kabuk Özü, Papatya Çiçeği Tohumu Özü, Akdarı Tohumu Özü, Adaçayı Yaprağı Özü, Isırgan Yaprağı Özü, Şerbetçi Otu Özü, Kına Kına Bitki Özü, Yeşilçay Yaprak Özü, Küçük Yapraklı Ihlamur Özü, Niacin, Sarı Sabır Yaprak Özü, Hidrolize Buğday Proteini, Ekinezya Bitki Özü, Aynı Safa Yaprağı Özü, Oğul Otu Yaprağı Özü, Cadı Fındığı Yaprağı Özü, Ihlamur Çiçeği Özü, Üzüm Çekirdeği Özü, Organik Bezelye Özü.

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