Hair Restoration Mask
Murumuru palm, a gem among plants, has given us a precious and useful murumuru butter, which will provide you with lush and shiny hair that even movie stars can brag about.
Hair Restoration Mask is the youngest product in the line of Natural cosmetics Gloria created in collaboration with Dia Mara. A lot of research, time, cooperation, and love was invested in this unique recipe. Also, there is an exceptional, rare, and valuable ingredient in this recipe: a gem among herbal raw materials – Murumuru butter.
Gloria x Dia Mara Hair Restoration Mask with murumuru butter is everything you will ever have to use to give your hair dry moisture and nourishment, shine, elasticity and long-term protection. The success of the mask, among other ingredients, is guaranteed by the broccoli herbal oil that will prevent the tips from cracking, the argan oil that will nourish the scalp, and vitamin E, which promotes hair growth. Hair will have long term protection thanks to a special coating similar to silicone, just completely clean, safe and natural. Ritual for dry and damaged hair consists of applying the product on wet hair after washing, from the tips towards the root. After 10 minutes, the mask requires rinsing with water. For people with oily hair, the ritual is slightly different – the product should be applied to dry or wet hair and scalp, left for 10 – 20 minutes, and after rinsing with water, the hair will be nourished, and shiny like never before.
Effects: moisturized, soft, nourished and shiny hair
Main Ingredients: murumuru butter, broccoli, macadamia & argan vegetable oils, vitamin E, keratin, rosemary essential oil, Bulgarian rose essential oil
Aqua, coco-caprylate, brassica oleracea italica seed oil, astrocaryum murumuru seed butter, panthenol, glycerolum, sodium acrylate / acryloyldimethyl taurateco polymer / isohexadecane / polysorbate 80, macadamia integrifolia seed oil, argania spinosa kernel oil, tocopheryl acetate, rosmarinus officinalis, rosa damascena, hydrolyzed keratin, xanthan gumm, dehydroacetic acid (DHA), benzyl alcohol