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Erolea Moisture Boost Leave In Conditioner | Lemongrass Citronella



 
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Product Code: 15-35180


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AROMA: Lemongrass & Citronella Essential Oils
(Uplifting & Rejuvenating)
Key Ingredients:

Lemongrass Essential Oil: India
Citronella Essential Oil : Asia
Argan Oil: Morocco (Moisturizes, replenishes, and leaves hair soft)
Fractionated Coconut Oil:
Moisturizes, replenishes, and leaves hair soft

Key Benefits:
    • Moisturizes and replenishes dry brittle hair through the day
    • Reduces frizz, while defining curls
    • Conditions hair and makes hair soft, shiny, and healthy
    • Protects hair utilizing plant-based ingredients

    Aromatherapy

    Lemongrass and Citronella Essential Oils, have used for skin and scalp in rejuvenating and exfoliating. Lemongrass is grown in India , and has been used for years to disinfect and uplifting the mood. Lemongrass also is used frequently for culinary purposes in Asia. Lemongrass smells like lemons, but is milder and sweeter

    Citronella Essential Oil is derived comes from the Asia and the South Pacific Islands, and has been used as an antiseptic and antibacterial in Asian Culture. Citronella has a lemon aroma to it. Its is excellent in exfoliating t and, combined with Argan Oil and Fractionated Coconut Oil, does an excellent job in moisturizing the hair and scalp.

    Argan Oil Moisturizing Leave In Conditioner
    Argan Oil is derived from Morocco, and acts as a replenishing agent to the natural sebum(oil) that your scalp and hair produce. Erolea Company utilizes pure Argan Oil and gives the hair a soft, shiny look, while at the same time being light, so it absorbs quickly in the scalp and hair. Argan Oil has Vitamins A and E, while at the same time replenishing hair by providing Omega 3 Fatty Acids to dry hair.

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