Specially blended with Tea Tree Oil, Rosemary oil, Neem oil & Honey, this antibacterial and antifungal shampoo provides relief from dandruff and dry, itchy scalp. It cleanses dead cells to remove dandruff and repairs damaged hair. Use daily in acute cases. Made with carefully selected active ingredients and botanical that have proven therapeutic properties to treat dandruff and bring vitality & strength to the hair.
Aqua ; SLS - 40%; Coco-Mono Ethanolamide ; Coco-Di Ethanolamid ; Ethylene Glycol Monosterate ; Aloe Vera Leaf Extracts ; Kathon CG ; Allantoin, Tea Tree Oil, Rosemary Oil, Neem Oil, Honey.
How to use product
For best results, coat wet hair with 5-8 ml of shampoo. Gently massage the scalp and roots with fingertips to work into a lather. Lightly squeeze the shampoo from roots to ends. Leave on scalp for 2-3 minutes with gentle massaging to enable Herbal Ingredients to reach and fully act on the scalp and roots. Rinse thoroughly untill all the shampoo and suds are fully washed off. Use Aloe Veda Wild Lily Conditioner or pH Balanced Lemongrass Conditioner.
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By vaishnavi deepak
Controls your dandruff but can dry out your hair if you use extra quantity.
Posted on 2/5/2017
I have recently ordered this shampoo and it's soo good and really helps in the dandruff therapy. It's smell is even not that bad it's a little pungent. It has definitely stopped the itchiness in my hair which I am really happy about.
Posted on 1/14/2017
By Deepti Jain
Helped me a great deal in tackling hair fall. Very good product.
Posted on 10/22/2016
I bought this from Nykaa and just used this. The smell is bad, but the result is just perfect. I did not use the conditioner, and this one left my hair silky and scalp fresh. Very less quantity is required too.
Posted on 4/28/2016
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Have a question on this product? Write a question and earn 100 reward points.Q.Is it safe for daily use? And what is the percentage of SLES in it?
Question by: thadoi on May 23, 2016 2:41:00 PM