Rene Furterer

Absolue Kératine Renewal Shampoo

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$33.00

Rene Furterer

Absolue Kératine Renewal Shampoo

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"REJUVENATION SHAMPOO FOR VERY DAMAGED, BRITTLE HAIR"

With its velvety texture and delicate aroma, repairs even the most damaged hair. The original resistance and beauty of the hair is restored. Easy to detangle, hair is soft, supple and radiant.

  • Extract of PLANT KERATIN: Rich in amino acids similar to those comprising the hair's natural keratin, Plant Keratin works to reconstruct the hair fiber. It penetrates deep within the hair to repair splits and rebuild its entire structure.

  • Extract of CAMELINA:  Originating on the Asian Steppes, it was cultivated in Europe for its oil right from prehistoric times. Camelina oil is used to soften the skin and heal cracked areas. This oil is unique. Its exceptionally high unsaturated fatty acid and omega 3 content gives it unique, highly nutritional properties. It helps reconstitute the hair's hydrolipidic film and restores its original level of protection. It also coats the hair shaft and cuticles.

  • BIOCYMENTINE:  A lipid extract of soya, Biocymentine is rich in sterols, ceramides and free fatty acids. Mimicking the 'cement' found between the cells, Biocymentine works by ensuring the cells stick together to reduce gradual water loss and ensure the fiber remains solid.

 

Q: HOW CAN YOU TELL IF YOUR HAIR IS VERY DAMAGED?

A: You have naturally dry hair that you frequently color, straighten, curl, or blow dry. Lately, your hair tangles and breaks more easily than normal. It looks dull, rough, and out-of-control : your hair needs a breath of fresh air; a ABSOLUE KÉRATINE treatment is a must.

How To Use

Apply a dab of shampoo and massage it into your wet scalp with your fingers. Add a little water to work into a lather. Leave on for 1 to 3 minutes. Carefully rinse, preferably with cool water, until clean. Daily use.

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