Shampoo Eisenkraut

Shampoo Eisenkraut

Gently cleans and conditions beard and head hair

Regular price € 30,20
Quantity: 250 ml
( € 120,80 / 1000 ml)
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Beyer’s Oil Shampoo Eisenkraut gently cleans and conditions. It was specially formulated for your beard, but can also be used on dry head hair.

  • Premium ingredients function as a natural conditioner, caring for your hair and replenishing moisture. Beyer’s Oil Shampoo Eisenkraut softens and nurtures your beard, for a smooth, well groomed result
  • The ingredients make your hair easier to comb and more bouncy, soft and smooth.  Premium lemon verbena, blended with bergamot, lavender and juniper essential oils, creates a fresh scent, as well as offering antiseptic and rejuvenating properties.
  • All ingredients used in Beyer’s Oil Shampoo Eisenkraut are natural cosmetics compliant. It contains essential oils including lemon verbena (also known as verveine, or Eisenkraut in German). This precious and expensive essential oil, blended with bergamot and lavender, dominates the scent. The fragrance is characterised by fresh citrus notes without being too sweet.
INGREDIENTS: AQUA, COCO-GLUCOSIDE, SODIUM COCO-SULFATE, LAURYL GLUCOSIDE, GLYCERYL OLEATE, CITRUS AURANTIUM BERGAMIA PEEL OIL, JUNIPERUS COMMUNIS FRUIT OIL, LIPPIA TRIPHYLLA HERB OIL, LAVANDULA ANGUSTIFOLIA OIL, CITRIC ACID, SODIUM CHLORIDE, SODIUM BENZOATE, POTASSIUM SORBATE, LIMONENE, CITRAL, LINALOOL.
Wash beard and head hair with Beyer’s Oil Shampoo Eisenkraut and rinse.

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