Oil with multiple medicinal properties
CANTU CONDITIONNER "Sans sulfate" 400ML
Curly, curly, curly, frizzy natural hair
Sulfate Free Moisturizing Cream Conditioner
Free from mineral oils, sulphates, parabens, silicones, phthalates, gluten, paraffin and propylene
For frizzy and frizzy textures, not colored or colored.
Formulated with pure shea butter, this leave-in conditioner helps lock in protective natural oils and restores hydration and elasticity to dry, dull hair. It prevents split ends, reduces breakage for healthier and shinier hair.
Water (Eau), Stearyl Alcohol, Cetyl Alcohol, Butyrospermum Parkii (beurre de Karité) Butter, Stearamidopropyl Dimethylamine, Glyceryl Stearate, Phenoxyethanol, Parfum, Neopentyl Glycol Diheptanoate, Lactic Acid, Isododecane, Ethylhexylglycerin, Polyester-11,Panthenol , Disodium Edta, Benzyl Benzoate.
Main active ingredients:
Shea (Butyrospermum Parkii): Rich in essential fatty acids, unsaponifiables and vitamins, Shea protects, nourishes, strengthens the hair and scalp. It helps in healing.
Stearyl Alcohol (stearyl alcohol): fatty alcohol of plant origin with sheathing, emollient, moisturizing, softening and protective properties.
Cetyl Alcohol (cetyl alcohol): fatty alcohol of plant origin with sheathing, emollient, moisturizing, softening and protective properties.
Panthenol (provitamin B5): Hair beautifier, Panthenol restores shine and vitality to dark hair.
Stearamidopropyl dimethylamine: derived from palm oil, it is a conditioning and sheathing agent that can replace silicones. Unlike many silicones which are insoluble in water and therefore difficult to remove, it has good solubility.
- Apply liberally to the ends and work up towards the roots.
- Rinse thoroughly with cool water.
- For best results, apply after Cantu Sulfate-Free Cleansing Cream Shampoo.
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Oriental fragrance for sensual women to wear everyday or on special occasions.
GOUTEZ AU FRUIT DU SOURIRE La baie de goji (Lycium barbarum) est le fruit d’un arbuste qui pousse dans l’Himalaya. Sa renommée lui vient du peuple Hunza. Cette petite baie pousse dans l’Himalaya et puise sa richesse nutritionnelle hors du commun dans sa capacité à survivre en climat extrême.
Preface by Jean Bessière
Buata Malela offers a scenario of West Indian and African writers who have dominated the French-speaking literary scene since the Second World War and a rereading of their works. It offers neither biographies, nor monographs of each other, nor direct readings of their abundant romantic, poetic, dramatic production. [...] His subject is based on a sociology of literature, understood in a specific way: writers and works are understood according to their comparative positions with regard to the facts of colonial power and alienation,
Its use is renowned for the vegetable coloring of our hair. Alone, it darkens the hair giving them bluish reflections. In association with Rajasthani henna it is possible to obtain other color charts, offering for example auburn or mahogany reflections. Hair coloring with indigo also has the property of making the hair supple and shiny.
Actifs : L'Arginine, Créatine, Tribulus, Eleuthérocoque, Coenzyme Q10, Vitamine C, Renouée, NADH, Vitamine A, Vitamine E. Description : La synergie des ingrédients de PHYSIOFORM permet de : - Optimiser l’entraînement physique ainsi que le développement et le maintien de la masse musculaire par les acides aminés : L-Arginine, L-Aspartate, Créatine - Stimuler la production d’énergie par la synthèse d’ATP : NADH, CoQ10, Créatine - Augmenter le rendement physique et intellectuel : Eleuthérocoque ou Ginseng Sibérien - Combattre les effets du stress oxydatif et le vieillissement - Maintenir les niveaux sériques de testostérone : Tribulus
Tendance de la mode avant-gardiste inspirée du style AFRO PUNK
ornera votre oreille pour vous donner un look AFRO EDGY
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This book by Sidiki Kobélé-Kéïta, professor of History, is presented as a first educational attempt to explain a fragment of our recent history.
What is interesting here is the discovery of those fighters who tried to understand and were able to show that even a small number of dedicated people can make a difference if they are united, united and disciplined in the fight; achieve victory by multiplying and connecting positive energies.
These fighters sensed what was at stake in Africa and sacrificed to it
Zero Gaz + Charbon végétal super activé + Psyllium Bio.
A cream with 3 extremely fine oils that perfectly protects the skin from aging thanks to the Meadowsweet and the famous Organic Tuberose, a precious elixir also used in fine perfumery.
Organic product certified by ECOCERT Greenlife and COSMEBIO
Made in France
Long considered taboo, the question of the demand for reparations due to slavery and the slave trade was relaunched in favor of the Taubira Law in 2001. From then on, it fed several controversies in France, divided "pro and anti- repairists ”and raises a number of questions: Who should repair? What do we need to fix? How to fix? For Afro-descendant associations - mainly West Indian, Guyanese and Reunionese - reparations are legitimate with regard to the colossal profits
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Handmade and with Love our Kenté fabrics, once worn by royalty
Several decades after the disappearance of Bob Marley and Peter Tosh, interest in their music continues. Despite this re-marked enthusiasm for their works and for Reggae music in general, many continue to equate the Rastas with vulgar, idle and carefree cannabis smokers the next day. What do we really know about the Rastas, their spirituality, the ties that unite them to Africa? What is their message to humanity, to the African Peoples in particular?
Have they been understood?
These are the essential questions that answer