René Furterer Na­turia Dry Sham­poo, RM65

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Over-sham­poo­ing can strip the scalp of nat­u­ral se­bum, caus­ing dry­ness and a string of other prob­lems. Well, now you don’t have to lather up to feel clean. This dry sham­poo boasts a pow­er­ful com­bi­na­tion of rice, corn starch, clay, and sil­ica pow­ders to ab­sorb ex­cess oil and im­pu­ri­ties from the scalp. Coloured iron ox­ides in the pow­der also en­sure no vis­i­ble residue is left be­hind.


Cleans­ing the hair and scalp in min­utes, it also adds tex­ture to tresses and boosts vol­ume, all with­out the use of wa­ter or gel. Ideal for fre­quent fliers, busy moth­ers, and cor­po­rate jet-set­ters, this multi-task­ing time-saver is an es­sen­tial for those liv­ing in the fast lane.


Com­pany founder René Furterer once said, “Beau­ti­ful hair grows on a healthy scalp like a plant in fer­tile soil.” Based on this phi­los­o­phy, he sought to com­bine prod­uct ef­fec­tive­ness and sen­so­rial plea­sure with a com­plete range of treat­ments for the scalp and hair. To­day, René Furterer prod­ucts are for­mu­lated with rich es­sen­tial oils and botan­i­cal plant ex­tracts, mak­ing them gen­tle enough for all hair types while still de­liv­er­ing the best re­sults. The ther­a­peu­tic and aro­matic prop­er­ties found in Na­turia Dry Sham­poo in­clude es­sen­tial oils of car­away, basil, and pep­per­mint to elim­i­nate en­vi­ron­men­tal odours and re­fresh tresses with a light, pleas­ant scent.


IHIN T E R A René Furterer Cur­bi­cia Light­ness

Reg­u­lat­ing Sham­poo, RM75 René Furterer Cur­bi­cia Pu­ri­fy­ing

Clay Sham­poo, RM120


EIf you need a long-term so­lu­tion for a scalp prone to oili­ness, try this. Cur­bi­cia ex­tract and a blend of es­sen­tial oils help re­bal­ance the scalp

and im­prove light­ness at the roots.

Both a sham­poo and a scalp mask, nat­u­ral clay ab­sorbs ex­cess se­bum and deeply cleanses. Leave on for two to five min­utes be­fore lath­er­ing once

or twice a week. Best for oily scalps.

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