ZoeM Amla & Onion Shampoo

ZoeM Amla & Onion Shampoo

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Mild Shampoo to keep hair dandruff free, support against hair loss and maintain natural lustre and health in hair without ripping natural oils and make them silky with inherent conditioning properties.

Ingredients : Amla, Onion, Aloe Vera, Hibiscus, Licorice Root, Rose, Vetiver, Orange peel, Bamboo, Neem

The score of the conditioning performance of the tress washed with a herbal shampoo is high vis a vis the off the shelf market shampoos loaded with chemicals and harsh surfactants that rip natural oils from the hair leaving it in need for a conditioner. ZoeM Amla and Onion Shampoo is mild and suits all hair types with a base in Aloe vera , Amla and Onion Juice with more than 12 active and medicinal hair repair herbs.

Amla is rich in vitamin C and is employed in hair preparations as anti-dandruff agent, hair growth promoter and to strengthen hairs. It is reported to contain four saponin glycosides that help in optimising sebum production while still keeping the follicles hydrated from within.

Onion has been demonstrated to have antioxidant and antimicrobial properties due to the presence of bioactive compounds (tocopherols and phenolic).

Hibiscus consists of calcium, phosphorus, iron, vitamin B1, riboflavin, niacin and vitamin C, used to stimulate thicker hair growth and prevents premature graying of hair 74.

 

HERO INGREDIENT

Phyllanthus emblica (amla)

Amla, the Indian Gooseberry contains several anti-oxidantsincluding vitamin C which is necessary for collagen production. Elevated collagen levels accelerate production and increase strength of new hair growth.

THE BASE

ALOE BARBADENSIS LEAF EXTRACT

KEY INGREDIENT

ALLIUM CEPA BULB EXTRACT

KNOW YOUR SHAMPOO

LICORICE ROOT

It is effective in inhibiting diacetyl formation, without bacterial effects. Diacetylis a key contributor to unpleasant odors emanated from the axillae, feet and head regions, produced byresident skin bacteria.

BAMBOO SHOOT

Bamboo has anti-irritant and antioxidant properties which is especially beneficial if you have a sensitive or dry scalp.

VETIVER

It improves blood circulation in the hair follicles, prevents various hair infections and also takes part in collagen formation. It is extremely useful for rejuvenating dull, lifeless hair. Regular use of the oil improves hair texture, adds shine and stimulates hair growth.

ROSE

Rose water is mild astringent and has the ability to reduce dandruff and oiliness. The vitamins A, B3, C and E of rose water promote the growth of your hair, by nourishing the scalp and promoting hair growth.

NEEM

Due to its antibacterial, antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties, neem is an excellent way to curb dandruff. It helps the hair follicles to become stronger and also encourages hair growth.

HIBISCUS

Hibiscus flowers contain vitamins and anti-oxidants that improve scalp and hair health.When applied to scalp and hair regularly in combination with pre shampoo coconut oiling, it increases hair growth while at the same time warding off premature greying and dandruff.

WHY SAY YES TO ZOEM'S MILD 100% NATURAL RANGE OF SHAMPOOS?

Natural shampoos contain beneficial natural plant and herb extracts which provide a number of positive results for the hair and scalp. They promotes new hair growth by naturally stimulating the hair follicles. They Infuse natural oils, minerals, and herbal extracts into hair follicles to maintain moisture and improving the overall condition. Because it contains all natural ingredients it is a nonallergenic product which makes it suitable for all skin and hair types including sensitive and allergy prone skin. Natural shampoos are environment friendly as they contain bio-degradable materials rather than harsh chemicals.

Bar soaps are not recommended for hair cleansing because they leave behind a soap scum when mixed with hard water that is difficult to rinse from the hair and scalp.

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