AVIVIR ALOE VERA SHAMPOO

50% ORGANIC ALOE VERA


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AVIVIR Aloe Vera Shampoo is an extraordinarily mild and gentle shampoo. It contains no perfume and very mild active cleansers, which clean your hair without removing the natural oils. The active cleansing agents are also 100 % biodegradable. Active Aloe® strengthens your hair and provides an intensive supply of moisturisers to soothe and counteract the effects of drying. Your hair and scalp become stronger and healthier. AVIVIR Aloe Vera Shampoo contains a cellulose derivate, extracted from the cotton plant, which softens your hair to make combing easy, wet or dry! The shampoo also has an antistatic effect – i.e. it prevents static electricity and split ends. After washing their hair with AVIVIR Aloe Vera Shampoo, most people don't need to use a conditioner.


AVIVIR Aloe Vera Shampoo is suitable for all hair types.


DON'T FORGET that AVIVIR Aloe Vera Shampoo:

Contains a high concentration of organic Aloe Vera (50 % Active Aloe®)

Is produced with respect for people and the environment

Is biodegradable and packed in eco-friendly packaging

Is an excellent choice for the quality-conscious, eco-friendly consumer


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INCI: Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract* 50% (Aloe Vera Inner Leaf Gel), Sodium Laureth Sulfate, MEA-Lauryl Sulfate, Aqua, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Cocamide DEA, PEG-120 Methyl Glucose Dioleate, Polyquaternium-10, Caprylyl Glycol, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate, Citric Acid, Sodium Chloride.


EAN: 5708751504000


EAN-Shampoo300



RRP 300 ml DKK 65,-
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RRP stk. DKK 65,-
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INGREDIENTS (INCI)FUNCTION
Aloe Barbadensis Leaf ExtractAloe Vera is named Aloe Barbadensis in body care products. This is pure, liquid Aloe Vera (ACTIValoe® gel with more than 10% Acemannan), which is extracted from the gel inside the healthy leaves of the Aloe Vera plant. The Aloe Vera plants are organically grown. ACTIValoe® gel has particularly beneficial skincare properties. The gel helps rejuvenate skin cells, increases blood circulation and moisturises the skin. Aloe Vera with a high concentration of acemannan can minimise oxidative stress. It is amazingly effective in preventing skin degeneration.
Sodium Laureth Sulphate Extracted from coconut and palm kernel oils. This substance is the world's most widely used tenside, due to the fact that it is relatively mild and has good foam boosting properties.
MEA-Lauryl Sulphate Extracted from coconut or palm kernel oil. This substance is a foam booster.
Aqua INCI declaration term for water
Cocamidopropyl betaineA very skin-friendly foam booster extracted from coconut oil. Cocamidopropyl betaine boosts foam and effectively reduces the potentially irritant effects of other tensides.
Cocamide DEA A thickening agent extracted from coconut oil. This substance stabilises the foam in shampoo.
PEG-120 Methyl Glucose Dioleate A thickener extracted from glucose (dextrose), which means it is very mild. This substance is very often used in baby shampoo and in body and skincare products formulated for facial use and sensitive skins.
Polyquaternium-10 A cellulose extracted from cotton seed. The primary reason for using this product is as an emollient. It reduces static electricity, repairs split ends and makes hair more manageable. The best conditioner of all.
Sodium BenzoateA mild preservative used in food products. This substance is also known as natrium benzoate.
Potassium Sorbate A mild preservative used in food products. This substance is also known as kalium sorbate.
Sodium SulphiteA substance which prevents products from oxidisation. A preservative which acts as an antioxidant.
Citric Acid Natural Vitamin C used to as a pH regulator This substance is also known as Ascorbic Acid and Ascorbate.
Sodium ChlorideAlso called natrium chloride. Household salt. Stabilises and thickens in water.

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