Sérum Acti Growth
Hair loss - Fortifying - Nutritious
Acti Growth serum is a true concentrate of pure oils to stimulate hair growth, fight breakage and alleviate itchy scalp problems.
Composition: Mustard oil, Coconut oil, Castor oil, Fenugreek oil, Amla powder, Bhrami powder, Ylang-ylang essential oil, Cedarwood essential oil, Rosemary essential oil, Vitamin E.
- As a growth serum: To be applied to the scalp in circular movements as regularly as possible without rinsing.
- In an oil bath: Apply to damp hair from the scalp to the lengths. Leave on for at least 30 minutes under a heating cap. Rinse and proceed with your rinsing routine.
- As a finishing oil: Apply at the end of your leave-in styling routine. A few drops are enough to lock in the hydration.
Hair Type: All Hair Type
Capacity: 125 ml
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