“MĖTA” offers to try a new conditioning shampoo BETULA ALBA. It is a unique product, for all hair and skin types, consisting of a minimalistic composition based on natural birch water and ecological birch tree leaf and bud extract.
Birch water gives the shampoo conditioning qualities and an exceptional spring freshness of birch trees.
Saponins, plant-based foamy substances in the extract of birch tree leaves and buds, not only perfectly replace the usual synthetic active ingredients in the hygiene industry, but also have natural conditioning properties. Natural birch extract contains tannins, natural hair dyes, having preservative properties that may temporarily darken fair hair.
Other components of this minimalistic composition shampoo – plant-based molasses betaine and polysaccharide of guar seeds (Cyamopsis tetragonolobus) – ensure consistency of BETULA ALBA hair shampoo and prevent hair from drying and getting static.
Citric acid as a natural preservative and antioxidant balances the shampoo medium to the pH level that is optimal for the human hair, eyes, and body.
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