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Recommended hair type: blond.
Made with Camomile (Matricaria recutita) from Italy (10%).
Traditionally used for light hair, it has the distinction of bringing golden highlights to this type of hair.
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|Centilisation||30ml - 250ml|
30ml: Glass bottle
250ml: Crystal PETP bottle with dispensing pump. It has the advantage of being very practical to use, it is light and does not break. On a sink edge, it is stable.
Start by getting your hair wet. In the palm of the hand, put the value of a dab of shampoo, and pass over wet hair while penetrating. Lather well by gently massaging. For Clay and Hazelnut-Borage shampoos, you can wait a minute before rinsing. These are also the two shampoos that must be shaken thoroughly before use, because the clay is "heavy" and tends to "fall back", while the hazelnut and borage oils are light, and "go up" easily.
With Martin de Candre shampoos, hair is clean, shiny and silky. If shampoo accidentally gets into the eyes, the reaction will be unpleasant like that caused by soap ... It should be rinsed thoroughly.
Made from Copra, or residue from Coconut oil, the basic ingredients are 100% of plant origin. Copra oil is rich in Lauric fatty acid which is widely used in soaps and shampoos, for the quality of its foam, as a mild detergent and very mildly irritating.
The four types of shampoo correspond to so-called "normal" hair that can be washed often (this is family shampoo!), To so-called "dry" hair, to "blonde" hair and to that which one qualifies as "bold".
Martin de Candre shampoos are used with each wash, sparingly because they are very concentrated in oils. They wash hair and scalp very well without damaging it. They foam abundantly. They can be used daily, or more reasonably, once every 4-5 days! ...
Their fragrance is given by the plant extracts that compose them, with a light, green and woody note, of lichens.