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Qhemet Biologics Inc

Posted on: February 1, 2009

Burdock root butter cream

Our Burdock Root Butter Cream is a light, water based leave-in for fine haired naturals, straight styles and those looking for a light penetrating moisturizer. It conditions and softens while nourishing the scalp. Leaves hair healthy, soft and supple!

Key Ingredients:

Olive Oil – An excellent natural emollient for dry and damaged hair, olive oil is an ancient beauty staple first used in Africa and the Mediterannean. It has excellent penetrative properties due to its high content of oleic acid, a monounsaturated fatty acid and antioxidants such as vitamin E and polyphenols. Promotes soft, healthy hair and a healthy scalp.

Burdock Root – Has dandruff control, hair growth and scalp nourishing properties.

Nettle Leaf – Possesses dandruff control, shine enhancing, hair growth, nourishing, conditioning and moisturizing properties.

Oatstraw – A rich source of natural silica, it imparts softness and shine. Also reduces scalp irritation and itchiness.

Wheat Extract – A natural conditioning agent and humectant.

Vegetable Glycerin – Hydroscopic by nature, it attracts and retains moisture. Delivers softness to dry, brittle hair.

MSM Sulfur – Reinforces the hair matrix and restores sulfur at the hair bulb level to Cysteine and Methionine, two of the sulfur dependent amino acids integral to strong, healthy and supple hair.

Use: Rub a moderate amount between palms and evenly distribute through wet, damp or dry hair. Leave-in and style. Use alone or in combination with any of the Qhemet Biologics leave-ins.


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