This Product is Effective in accelerating blood circulation in the scalp skin and stimulating the hair follicles, so it helps against hair loss.
The properties of "Nettle seeds” secure the access of therapeutic benefits to both superficial and deep layers of the skin, and with the activating feature
The product is recommended as an accelerating and stimulating of hair growth
Due its combination of garlic and nettle, the product secures deep regulation for the fatty secretions of the scalp skin, which positively affects the health and appearance of the hair.
Deep nutrition also helps strengthen the hair and make it look shiny.
How to use:
For best results, brush the hair before entering the shower to avoid tangling.
It is recommended to Soak the hair completely with warm water first, Put a small amount of shampoo onto the palm of your hand. The amount of shampoo will vary with hair length and texture; a good estimate is about the size of a dollar/pound coin.
Massage the shampoo into the scalp with your fingertips, not nails. Concentrate on the top of the head. Shampoo the roots and condition the ends until the foam covers the entire hair. Leave it for 2-3 minutes then Rinse the hair with warm water. Rinse all the shampoo out before moving on.
Repeat this process twice during bathing and then dry the hair well.
It is recommended to use shampoo daily for 4 weeks. After the first month, it is best to use it once every three days.
The garlic and nettle shampoo is suitable for all hair types.
What is Paraben?
Parabens are very powerful protective substances added to cosmetics "cream, lotion, shampoo .." to extend the shelf-life of the products and prevent the growth of bacteria inside.
Why we should use Paraben-free products?
Since Parabens exhibit similar behavior to estrogen in the body, the risk of developing breast cancer in women has increased due to the frequent use of Paraben products.
In order to avoid these risks, Turkish Attar is keen to provide natural Paraben-free products with quality certificates registered by the Turkish Ministry of Health.