VICHY DERCOS DETOX DRY SHAMP 150ML

Wash away your bad hair day with the Vichy Dercos Nutrients Detox Purifying Dry Shampoo, a detoxifying formula that will help to rebalance both hair and scalp affected by pollution-induced greasiness. Created especially for those who find that their hair can get oily easily, this lightweight formula will bring the...

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Wash away your bad hair day with the Vichy Dercos Nutrients Detox Purifying Dry Shampoo, a detoxifying formula that will help to rebalance both hair and scalp affected by pollution-induced greasiness. Created especially for those who find that their hair can get oily easily, this lightweight formula will bring the freshness back. Everyday life can be busy and sometimes external aggressors can take a toll on our hair without us even realising it. The Dercos Nutrients Detox Purifying Dry Shampoo has been designed to address this concern and restore essential balance when the hair and scalp have been knocked off kilter due to pollution and other external factors. Formulated with detoxifying spirulina and a plant-derived cleansing base, this deep cleansing shampoo will absorb pollution particles and minimise excess sebum to reveal soft, healthy hair. Nutrients Detox also contains charcoal, which will intensely purify, nourish and protect the hair fibre to increase hair volume. Why We Love It? Whether you live in the city or your hair tends to be on the oilier side, you need the Vichy Dercos Nutrients Detox Purifying Shampoo! It has a super gentle, hypoallergenic formula that will effectively cleanse whilst comforting the scalp, making it ideal for washing away grease and other impurities at the end of a long day. After use, your hair will feel lightweight and soft to the touch. Why not try the matching Vichy Dercos Nutrients Detox Lightweight Conditioner? It will deeply nourish to soften and revive hair without weighing it down. Dermatologically tested, hypoallergenic. KEY INGREDIENTS: Charcoal + Spirulina

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