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Everescents Organic Bergamot Shampoo

$15.95
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A deep cleanse shampoo that clarifies the hair and scalp of excess oil & removes product build-up without leaving the hair limp. The lightweight conditioner infuses the hair with a fresh vitamin hit to moisturise the mid-lengths and ends.

Designed for fine hair with oily roots and dry ends. Certified Organic Bergamot Oil balances natural oils (sebum) and reduces the need to shampoo every day.

Contains an exclusive active ingredient blend of 8 Certified Organic Herbs and essential oils plus organic vitamins & minerals:

Peppermint, Sage, Rosemary, Nettle, Horsetail Herb, Chamomile, Ginseng, Green Tea, Vitamin B5, Bergamot & Lemon Essential Oils.

Bergamot
Skin & Hair – Bergamot’s antiseptic properties make it ideal for treating oily skin and hair conditions. Oily scalp & hair is caused by overactive sebaceous glands, often as a result of a hormonal change.
Mind & Spirit – Bergamot has a fresh and lively but gentle scent, similar to lemon & orange with a slight floral overtone. It’s sedative and yet uplifting characteristics make it an ideal oil to use in hair care preparations. Its keen scent helps instil confidence, hence emotional control.

Directions:

Bergamot Shampoo:
Massage into wet hair & scalp working up a lather, enjoy the aroma & rinse thoroughly. To combat an oily scalp repeat the process if necessary. 

TIP: For best results always shampoo twice.

Bergamot Conditioner:
After using Shampoo, wring out your hair from any excess water and apply desired amount into hair concentrating on the midlengths & ends, leave for 1-3 minutes, enjoy the aroma & rinse thoroughly. 

TIP: The less water in your hair before applying the conditioner the better!

Normal to Oily Hair Tip – Often oily hair is caused by environmental pollutants, poor diet, over washing and sometimes it is just plain hereditary. Try rinsing your hair off with cold water before you hop out of the shower, this may help to calm down the sebaceous glands that produce the oil. Also try never to place the conditioner on the scalp or anywhere near the root area close to the scalp.

Everescents Organic Bergamot Shampoo

$15.95

Everescents Organic Bergamot Shampoo

$15.95

Description

A deep cleanse shampoo that clarifies the hair and scalp of excess oil & removes product build-up without leaving the hair limp. The lightweight conditioner infuses the hair with a fresh vitamin hit to moisturise the mid-lengths and ends.

Designed for fine hair with oily roots and dry ends. Certified Organic Bergamot Oil balances natural oils (sebum) and reduces the need to shampoo every day.

Contains an exclusive active ingredient blend of 8 Certified Organic Herbs and essential oils plus organic vitamins & minerals:

Peppermint, Sage, Rosemary, Nettle, Horsetail Herb, Chamomile, Ginseng, Green Tea, Vitamin B5, Bergamot & Lemon Essential Oils.

Bergamot
Skin & Hair – Bergamot’s antiseptic properties make it ideal for treating oily skin and hair conditions. Oily scalp & hair is caused by overactive sebaceous glands, often as a result of a hormonal change.
Mind & Spirit – Bergamot has a fresh and lively but gentle scent, similar to lemon & orange with a slight floral overtone. It’s sedative and yet uplifting characteristics make it an ideal oil to use in hair care preparations. Its keen scent helps instil confidence, hence emotional control.

Directions:

Bergamot Shampoo:
Massage into wet hair & scalp working up a lather, enjoy the aroma & rinse thoroughly. To combat an oily scalp repeat the process if necessary. 

TIP: For best results always shampoo twice.

Bergamot Conditioner:
After using Shampoo, wring out your hair from any excess water and apply desired amount into hair concentrating on the midlengths & ends, leave for 1-3 minutes, enjoy the aroma & rinse thoroughly. 

TIP: The less water in your hair before applying the conditioner the better!

Normal to Oily Hair Tip – Often oily hair is caused by environmental pollutants, poor diet, over washing and sometimes it is just plain hereditary. Try rinsing your hair off with cold water before you hop out of the shower, this may help to calm down the sebaceous glands that produce the oil. Also try never to place the conditioner on the scalp or anywhere near the root area close to the scalp.

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