Leonor Greyl - Creme Aux Fleurs (for dry hair & sensitive scalp)

Leonor Greyl - Creme Aux Fleurs (for dry hair & sensitive scalp)

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    For Dry Hair and Sensitive Scalp

    Are you looking for a shampoo that can help with your sensitive scalp and dry hair? Not to fear, Creme Aux Fleurs (for dry hair & sensitive scalp) from Leonor Greyl is the product for you! This cream shampoo acts as a replacement for regular shampoos and is used to treat that problematic dry hair and your sensitive scalp. This unique treatment is best used between perms, straightening, and colorings making your hair softer while offering protection to your scalp and hair that you will appreciate. Don't hesitate to try this product today, we promise you are not going to regret it!

    • For delicate hair and sensitive scalp
    • Anti-dandruff treatment
    • Calming treatment of the scalp after tinting or a perm

    Net Weight: 7 oz.

    Sage, Chamomile, Seaweed, Collagen And Proteins, Vitamins.
    For Sensitive Scalp: Apply Leonor Greyl Creme Aux Fleurs at the roots to treat a dry scalp. Massage well to thoroughly spread the product. Emulsify with a small amount of water. Repeat the operation until you obtain foam then rinse carefully. Replaces shampoo. For a Calming Treatment To Scalp Reaction After a Colour, Straightening...: Apply as before but on wet hair after a perm, a straightening or a tinting. Leave it on for 10 minutes to utilize the calming effect. Replaces shampoo. As a Cream Shampoo For Dry Hair : It is used in combination with Huile de Palme. In this case, apply a very small amount of Huile de Palme to the dry lengths and ends. Proceed to comb your hair to spread the product thoroughly. Apply Crème aux Fleurs strip by strip on a dry scalp. Massage your hair. Leave it on for 15 minutes. Emulsify with a small amount of water. Repeat this operation until you obtain a lather then rinse carefully.
    Product Type: Shampoos
    Concerns: Dandruff & Oily Scalp
    Hair Types: Dry
    Ingredients: ChamomileLactic Acid