Amla shampoo bar is a fragrance-free shampoo designed to wash the scalp and hair. In the composition of the shampoo you can find, among others :
SCI (Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate) – is made from coconut oil and contains an admixture of fatty acids derived from coconut oil, which results in many benefits for hair and skin. It is anionic surfactant, environmentally friendly and biodegradable. Very gentle on hair, skin and eyes. It gives a thick, luxurious foam, even in hard water. It dissolves the mess and grease in water, leaving skin and hair clean. It dissolves the mess and grease in water, leaving skin and hair clean. It is good for all skin and hair types.
Cetyl alcohol (Cetyl Alcohol) – moisturizes and smoothes the skin, while hair is fluffy and shiny. It is also used in hair shampoos to stabilize the foam.
White clay (Kaolin) – a clay applied to a scalp or added to a hair shampoo to cleanse, disinfect and detoxify the scalp. Depending on the colour, the clay also has properties regulating the sebaceous glands, nourishes and stimulates the bulbs, soothes irritation of the scalp. For hair, it works primarily as a cosmetic to restore balance to the scalp, soothe irritation, reduce redness and relieve itching.
Apple vinegar (Vinegar) – let’s not be afraid of the smell of vinegar because it’s not felt at all in the shampoo, and it’s salutary in action for hair:). Apple vinegar can be used for all hair types and helps with a variety of problems. Restores the natural pH of the scalp and replenishes deficiencies of valuable microelements. Vinegar removes excess sebum and makes hair lighter and softer. Apple vinegar not only improves the condition of hair, but also, thanks to its antibacterial and antifungal properties, it is excellent at handling dandruff and preventing it from falling out.
BTMS 50 (Behentrimonium Methosulfate) – a mild emollient. It contains a cationic surfactant (Behentrimonium Methosulfate) obtained from rapeseed oil. It is very mild and does not cause problems even in people with sensitive and allergy-prone skin.
Cocoa butter (Theobroma Cacao Seed Butter) – moisturises hair and smoothes out unruly strands. Additionally, it prevents split ends from splitting. The beneficial effect of cocoa butter is due to the high content of vitamin E and polyphenols, natural compounds with a wide spectrum of action. Among other things, polyphenols inhibit inflammatory processes. They exhibit antioxidant properties, which reduce damage and strengthen the processes of skin cell renewal and regeneration. The skin is healthier, more elastic, more resistant to harmful factors.
Triticum Aestivum Germ Oil (Triticum Aestivum Germ Oil) – it penetrates the hair stem well, makes it more flexible and moisturizes it from the inside. Due to its effect on the skin, it also works very well to stimulate microcirculation at hair bulbs. This in turn helps to stop hair loss (it provides them with nutrients) and stimulates the bulbs to work and grow new hair. This oil works not only inside the hair but also on its surface. Helps to rebuild the lipid cover of hair (as well as skin). Wheat Germ Oil smoothes the hair structure, making it more shiny and loose.
Radish Seed Oil (Raphanus Sativus Seed Oil) – improves subcutaneous microcirculation. Gives the skin smoothness and delicateness, smoothes its colour. It has a salutary effect on hair and nails, and will prove to be as effective in their care as the commonly known castor oil. In addition to its moisturizing and emollient properties, this oil has a strong antibacterial effect, as it contains sulphur compounds, which strengthens hair and stimulates its growth.
Inulin (Inulin) – is a 100% natural ingredient obtained from the traveler’s chicory root. It smoothes out hair and skin, makes it more pleasant to touch and improves its appearance. Completely biodegradable and environmentally friendly. Inulin also has the ability to retain lipophilic ingredients, essential oils and fragrances used in washing products on the skin and hair. Thanks to this it is possible to increase and extend the effect on the skin and hair of oil-soluble active substances.
Amla (Emblica Officinalis Fruit Powder) – amla contains a lot of vitamin C and is valued as an Ayurvedic conditioner that strengthens hair bulbs and prevents hair loss. Amla fruit in the form of powder, macerate or infusion is commonly used by women in India as a hair care and strengthening agent for hair and skin. Its fruit adds shine and thickness to hair, softens it, deepens and revitalizes the natural color, while delaying premature graying of hair.
Pro-vitamin B5 D-panthenol (Panthenol) – is one of the best raw materials conditioning hair, penetrates into the hair structure and fills in the cavities. It protects hair against external factors, moisturizes and gives a beautiful shine.
Vitamin E (Tocopherol) – improves the condition of skin and cell membranes, thanks to which it regulates the work of sebaceous glands, improves oxygenation of hair bulb cells, making hair stronger and less susceptible to falling out.