Hair Serum 50ml
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The hair serum is carefully selected as a complex of herbal oils and essential oils intended for use on the scalp and on the skin. The hair follicle stimulates hair growth, softening, smoothing, nourishes them with essential fatty acids and helps restore natural hair shine and gloss. The hair serum improves the texture of the scalp, improves the condition of the scalp by easing the dryness, irritation and itching. The key component of the hair follicles is black cumin oil, which helps to prevent loss and grey hairs, the antioxidants in it protect the scalp and hair from the harmful effects of the environment.
How to use
Apply serum to scalp and hair roots, massage the scalp for 5min and hold the serum for 20min, then wash out with shampoo, if necessary use conditioner. To restore hair growth, use the product 2-3 times a week. The hair serum can also be used to make a mask for hairends, or to add a few drops to a conventional toothbrush or to a hair balm.
Nigella Sativa (black cumin) Seed Oil, Brassica Oleracea Italica (broccoli) Seed Oil, Argania Spinosa (argan) Kernel Oil, Sesamum (sesame) Indicum Seed Oil, Rosmarinus Officinalis (rosemary) Leaf oil, Mentha Piperita (peppermint) oil, Piper Nigrum (black pepper) Fruit Oil, *Limonene, *Linalool. *Looduslik eeterliku õli component. / *Natural component of essential oil.
HOIA homespa products are 100% natural and have not been tested on animals, they are tested on humans. Because HOIA loves animals. HOIA does not assemble ingredients in quantity and quality and we manufacture our products manually on Saaremaa, between stones and junipers. HOIA products do not contain parabens, silicones, alcohol, fillers or other substances harmful or unnecessary to the body. HOIA uses rich organic unrefined shea butter in body scrubs and body lotions and other products, hand-made by women living in Ghana who receive a fair reward for their work. So, with the purchase of HOIA products, you support the better coping and education of the disadvantaged communities in Ghana.