The Phitofilos Emollient Pack is one of the natural hair packs of the Phitofilos line, vegan ok, excellent for preparing the hair for the application of henna and very moisturizing. The dry brittle hair treatment by Phitofilos consist of a mix of pure specifical powder professionally combined for its aim: Plantain, Altea, Alfalfa, Linseed, Barley and Oats.
Phitofilos Dry brittle treatment: what it is for
This dry brittle hair treatmen is a mixture of powders with strong protective, moisturizing and illuminating properties of the hair. The ingredients offer a product rich in amino acids, vitamins, mineral salts and mucilage capable of restructuring dry, brittle and brittle hair. The result after application is of emolliency, shine and silkiness of the same.
Compared to other natural hair packs, the emollient pack is a neutral pack, so it does not change the base color of the hair, except in special cases: on particularly porous, very light or oxygenated hair for a short time, it can release in some sporadic cases a half-tone of darkening of the starting nuance.
Phitofilos Moisturizing hair treatment: how to use it
The Phitofilos hair emollient treatment is used by diluting the powder with boiling water and adding three tablespoons of yogurt to the batter obtained. Spread it on wet lengths, after making a light shampoo, then bandage with cloth or food film and leave on for 20/30 minutes; finally rinse with the foresight to make a very light shampoo only if the powders have not completely dispersed. N.B. For 100 g of powder the recommended amount of water is about 350/370 ml *. We recommend using the Pastellante Gel (25 ml). * The amount of water must always be evaluated from time to time and changes according to the external temperature, the batch of the product, the time between preparation and application and any additions in batter (eg yogurt, gel, lemon, vinegar, etc.).
Ingredients: Mixed powders of Plantain, Altea, Alfalfa, Linseed, Barley and Oats.
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