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[Mise En Scene] Super Botanical Repair & Relaxing Treatment - 200ml
[Mise En Scene] Super Botanical Repair & Relaxing Treatment - 200ml

[Mise En Scene] Super Botanical Repair & Relaxing Treatment - 200ml

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  • Brand: Mise En Scene
  • Product Code: mjsen_1906005
  • Product Weight: 259 g
  • Availability: In Stock
[Mise En Scene]
Super Botanical Repair & Relaxing Treatment
[Description]
A regenerating mask, from a series of products for damaged hair and sensitive scalp.
It has an intensive moisturizing, nourishing and regenerating effect, heals and strengthens the hair,
makes them stronger and more resilient, solves the problem of fragility and split ends, provides
good combing and smoothness.

Abyssinian oil (Abyssinian mustard oil or carambe oil) is a unique oil that contains
polyunsaturated fatty acids, vitamins, phospholipids, minerals and other biologically active components.
The oil is immediately absorbed into the hair, without weighing it down, has a moisturizing and
nourishing effect, strengthens and restores weakened and damaged hair, gives them strength,
shine and radiance. Oil creates a protective barrier on the hair, minimizes the negative effects
of ultraviolet radiation.

Ylang-ylang oil has tonic and soothing properties, restores and strengthens hair, accelerates their growth,
prevents loss. Also, the oil effectively moisturizes the hair, helps to cope with split ends,
increases the ability to resist negative external influences (ultraviolet, wind, frost)
[How to use]
Apply a mask on washed and slightly dried hair, spread over the entire length and
leave for 3-5 minutes, then rinse with warm water.
- Condition : NEW
- Contents : 200ml

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