- Regenerative effect
- Supports the structure of damaged, thin and weak hair
- Hair gets stronger and has more volume and bounce
- Natural freshness and beautiful shine
- Also ideal as a face mask
Ingredients - INGREDIENTS
Function: Wash clay (used since medieval times)
Effect: Has a preservative effect.
Function: Valuable plant substances such as essential oils, bitter substances, tanning agents and bioflavonoids can be released and processed.
Effect: Strengthening, healing
Function: Cares for skin and hair
Effect: Promotes hair growth, prevents dandruff, alleviates skin complaints, anti-inflammatory.
Function: Strengthens skin and hair
Effect: Soothes irritated skin (in people with eczema for example), promotes skin metabolism, strengthens the connective tissue.
Function: Wound-healing, cares for skin and hair, antiseptic
Effect: Good for skin complaints, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, promotes wound-healing and helps with eczema and tissue formation, alleviates wound pain.
Function: Smoothing, nourishes the skin
Effect: Alleviates skin complaints and nourishes. Absorbs metabolic waste products and supports their elimination. Very good for oil pulling.
Function: Very mild surfactant
Effect: Cleansing and the only surfactant which does not pollute the environment, neither during production nor breakdown. Does not stress the skin and hair even with frequent washing.
Function: Nourishes the skin, binding effect
Effect: A starch (polysaccharide, fibre) that cannot be digested by humans and is formed by various microorganisms from maize or glucose syrup. Helps distribute products evenly during application.
Effect: Has been used for thousands of years to make soap. The Gauls were one of the first peoples to make soap from fat and potash.