Sooth­ing effect

Hair - - In Focus - Text Kan­ishka Ram­chan­dani

Your wed­ding date is fixed and you are in a frenzy to get things right. From your hair to your toe nails, you want ev­ery­thing to be per­fect. A lit­tle bit of scalp care can go a long way in giv­ing you lux­u­ri­ous locks for your D-day. We bring you the best of­fer­ings from René Furterer to help you sail smoothly through your hair­care rou­tine.

Astera Sooth­ing Sham­poo

This sham­poo gen­tly cleanses hair, soothes sen­si­tive scalps and re­duces in­flam­ma­tion and ir­ri­ta­tion while pro­vid­ing an in­stant cool­ing sen­sa­tion. With a non-ir­ri­tat­ing gen­tle cleans­ing base, the sham­poo shares the key ingredients of the Sooth­ing Oil to en­sure you have trou­ble-free scalp.

Astera Sooth­ing Oil

Spe­cially for­mu­lated to re­duce in­flam­ma­tion and deep cleanse ir­ri­tated scalps, Astera Sooth­ing Fluid is de­signed to fa­cil­i­tate a re­lax­ing scalp mas­sage while cool­ing and com­fort­ing it. It has ingredients such as Aster­aceae ex­tract, cold es­sen­tial oils of pep­per­mint, eu­ca­lyp­tus and cam­phor, and plant squalan (helps re­build hy­droli­pidic film). The prod­uct needs to be mas­saged onto dry scalp and left for 5-10 min­utes be­fore sham­poo­ing.

Carthame Mois­tur­iz­ing Milk Sham­poo

With ingredients such as Carthamus oil (Saf­flower), EFA (es­sen­tial fatty acids) and Ci­men­trio® (com­plex of phy­tos­terols, ce­ramides and es­sen­tial fatty acids), this sham­poo pro­vides mois­ture and pro­tec­tion to de­hy­drated scalp and hair. It helps in restor­ing soft­ness to dry hair while giv­ing com­fort and hy­dra­tion to the scalp.

Carthame No Rinse Day Time Mois­tur­iz­ing Con­di­tioner

En­riched with the same key ingredients as the sham­poo, the leave-in Mois­tur­iz­ing Con­di­tioner de­liv­ers in­stant hy­dra­tion to the hair, cre­at­ing a softer and sup­pler tex­ture. This light­weight for­mu­la­tion de­tan­gles while adding ra­di­ance to en­sure a nat­u­ral fin­ish. Give your scalp as well as your hair a calm­ing and re­ju­ve­nat­ing treat­ment.

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