Organic tonic and sebostatic nettle extract – for maintaining, restoring, strengthening and removing dandruff in good hair condition.
INGREDIENTS: AQUA, URTICA DIOICA LEAF EXTRACT*.
Directions for use: Conditioning and anti-dandruff hair mask: Apply the extract on washed hair and leave for 5–10 minutes. Rinse well with warm water afterwards. If your hair is coarse and difficult to deal with, we recommend adding some lemon juice to your rinsing water.
Toning, sebostating and stimulating baths: Dilute 50 ml of the natural nettle extract in 100 litres of 37-40o C water. Enjoy the bath for 15-20 min. After the bath rinse your body with water without using soap and dry your body with a towel. The extract is readily soluble in water. It won’t clog the nozzles of your Jacuzzi and it’s easy to rinse the bath with natural cleaning products after use.
Refreshing soak for hands and feet: Dilute 10 ml of the extract in 20 litres of water (37-40o C) and soak your hands or feet for 15–20 min. Rinse with water without using soap and dry with a towel afterwards.
Designed for everyday use. Store in the original packaging with a lid on.
Warning! The extract has dyes of plant origin which can darken blond hair. Shake well before use!
Organic tonic and sebostatic nettle extract – for maintaining, restoring, strengthening and removing dandruff in good hair condition. Nettle extract contains many valuable mineral salts. They nourish, regulate the skin’s water circulation, protect it from dehydration. Other additional effects of nettle extract are stimulating, hemostatic, astringent. Bathe in the baths of this plant extract. Nettle baths are especially valuable in case of joint inflammation, rheumatic back pain, colds, fatigue. Damaged, rubbed feet, hands should be soaked in the nettle extract bath, or the washed hair should be strengthened (rubbed) with the extract.
Organic nettle extract is produced from the aboveground part of most nettles. It contains essential oil (alcohols, esters, methyleptenone, acetophenone), up to 20-25% protein, amino acids, amines, carotenoids (β-carotene, isoxanthine, xanthophyll, xanthophyllepoxide, lycopene, violaxantine), vitamins (B2, C, K1, A, pantothenic, folic acid), tannins, mucus, phytosterols (β-sitosterol), waxes, sugars, chlorophyll, formic and acetic acids, phytol, fatty acids, minerals (potassium, sodium, magnesium, iron, sulfur, silicon, chlorine etc.) salts.
Due to its special composition and the amount of useful microelements, it is difficult to overestimate the multifunctional use of organic nettle extract. It is an extract that is fully suitable for both the care of the human body and the surrounding environment.
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