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Tea Tree Oil Shampoo

A unique herbal-based shampoo for a deep, invigorating clean

Tea Tree Oil Shampoo

A unique herbal-based shampoo for a deep, invigorating clean

Product details
  • Provides an astringent and invigorating effect while soothing the scalp
  • Uses mild surfactants that will not strip the scalp nor the hair
  • Contains herbal extracts including Cinchona, Ivy, as well as Lavender and Yarrow, and pro-vitamin B5 to moisturize, nurture and condition the hair
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Total: A$29.00

Cinchona 

Cinchona is derived from the bark of trees in the Linnaean genus, found in South America, Java and India. It is known for its refreshing and cooling benefits, especially for problem skin. In tropical areas Cinchona is commonly used to treat malaria and fever.

Great Burdock 

Great Burdock is a gentle, natural ingredient known for centuries to help improve dry skin.

Tea Tree Oil

Tea Tree Oil is derived by distilling the leaves of the Southern Australian Melaleuca tree. This aromatic, almost colorless oil penetrates quickly and is beneficial for problematic skin. Australian Aborigines have been known to use it to treat skin, while European explorers once used it as an herbal tea.

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How to Apply:
-Wet hair
-Gently massage a small amount throughout the scalp area
-Rinse with warm water
-Repeat if desired and follow with the Kiehl's Conditioner or Styling Aid of your choice
-If contact with eyes occurs, rinse eyes thoroughly with water

Cinchona 

Cinchona is derived from the bark of trees in the Linnaean genus, found in South America, Java and India. It is known for its refreshing and cooling benefits, especially for problem skin. In tropical areas Cinchona is commonly used to treat malaria and fever.

Great Burdock 

Great Burdock is a gentle, natural ingredient known for centuries to help improve dry skin.

Tea Tree Oil

Tea Tree Oil is derived by distilling the leaves of the Southern Australian Melaleuca tree. This aromatic, almost colorless oil penetrates quickly and is beneficial for problematic skin. Australian Aborigines have been known to use it to treat skin, while European explorers once used it as an herbal tea.

Print

How to Apply:
-Wet hair
-Gently massage a small amount throughout the scalp area
-Rinse with warm water
-Repeat if desired and follow with the Kiehl's Conditioner or Styling Aid of your choice
-If contact with eyes occurs, rinse eyes thoroughly with water