Fushi Stimulator Hair Lotion

Fushi Stimulator Hair Lotion
Product description
This unique light lotion, which also smells delicious, is full of stimulating herbs to stimulate the blood circulation to the scalp. Rosemary, Lavender and Lemon stimulate the scalp, while Jojoba oil, Wild Carrot and Vitamin E balance and nourish the scalp. This stimulation stimulates the fresh blood supply that brings the essential nutrients to th...

This unique light lotion, which also smells delicious, is full of stimulating herbs to stimulate the blood circulation to the scalp. Rosemary, Lavender and Lemon stimulate the scalp, while Jojoba oil, Wild Carrot and Vitamin E balance and nourish the scalp. This stimulation stimulates the fresh blood supply that brings the essential nutrients to the hair root, which in turn powerfully stimulates new hair growth.

Apply approximately 5 ml or less and massage into the affected areas or all over the scalp. The lotion can be applied at night or even during the day. Wash off with a mild shampoo and conditioner.

Ingredients:

Rosmarinus officinalis (Rosemary aromatic water)*, Laurus nobilis (Bay aromatic water)*, Ethyl alcohol, Rosemarinus officinalis E.O. (Rosemary)*, Lavendula angustifolia E.O. (Lavender)*, Citrus limonum E. O (Lemon)*, Simmondsia chinensis (Jojoba oil)*, Daucus carota E.O (Wild Carrot), Tocopheryl acetate (Vitamin E), Lecithin (derived from soya), Limonene+, Linalool+, Geraniol+ *Organic ingredients +components of essential oils

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Fushi Stimulator Hair Lotion
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Light 100% natural hair lotion that nourishes and balances the scalp, stimulates circulation and powerfully promotes hair growth, based on Ayurvedic principles with fresh herbal waters and freshly squeezed jojoba oil. 50ml

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