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Shampoo and conditioner for shine hair "Mandarin and patchouli" Nature's Gate

What we have: Hair severely damaged by dyeing and straightening.
purpose: Refuse harmful components, in particular silicones, improve hair and, if possible, at least get closer to what it was before.

A year ago, I was a blonde. I did not imagine myself in a different color, it seemed to me that the etched blond is the only hair color possible for me. Thanks to the master, who burned my hair and I had to refuse dyeing and from the master. I never found a new master, now I'm afraid of going to the salon in much the same way as going to the dentist. As a result, I see 10 normal hair, and a sad picture below.
I just complained to you, and now we turn to the topic of the review. Since I used these tools in the complex, the story will be shared.
Product Composition:
Shampoo "Mandarin and patchouli"
water, extract from flowers, leaves and stems of pink geranium *, extract from flowers, leaves and stems of lavender *, disodium laureth sulfosuccinate (from coconuts), cocamidopropyl betaine (from coconuts), PEG-120 methyl glucose dioleate, decyl glucoside, (plant origin), orange peel extract *, patchouli leaf extract, sunflower seed extract, pineapple fruit extract *, pomegranate fruit extract *, acai palm oil oil *, elderberry fruit extract *, leaf extract lemon balm * leaf extract aloe vera *, Gotu Kola extract *, Echinacea extract *, lemongrass extract *, ginger root extract *, glycerin (plant-derived), panthenol (provitamin B-5), soyaamidopropalconium chloride (plant-derived), hydrolyzed wheat protein, hydrolysis wheat starch, saccharide isomer (plant origin), lactomidopropyl trimonium chloride, isoacetate-20, polysorbate 80, disodium EDTA, polyquaternium-10 (plant origin), glyceryl undecylenate (plant origin), phenoxyethanol, limo Naya acid (vegetable origin), natural flavorings.
Conditioner "Mandarin and patchouli"
: water, extract from flowers, leaves and stems of pink geranium *, extract from flowers, leaves and stems of lavender *, cetearyl alcohol (vegetable origin), bechentrimonium chloride (vegetable origin), glycerin (vegetable origin), extract from orange peel *, patchouli leaf extract, sunflower seed extract, pineapple fruit extract *, acai palm oil *, pomegranate extract *, elderberry extract *, lemon balm extract *, aloe vera leaf extract *, extract gotu kola *, echinacea extract *, lemongrass extract *, ginger root extract *, panthenol (provitamin B-5), bisabolol (vegetable origin), hydrolyzed wheat protein, hydrolyzed wheat starch, saccharide isomerate (plant origin), tocopherol (vitamin E), jojoba seed oil *, hydroxyethyl cellulose (vegetable origin), disodium EDTA, polyquaternium-10 (vegetable origin), glyceryl undecylenate, phenoxyethanol, citric acid (vegetable origin), natural flavors.
Beautiful jars with a volume of 354 ml (well, just pharmaceutical accuracy), the color "Glamorous Orange". And immediately we see the flaw — the bottles are identical, they differ only in the shade (not even the color) of the cap. In principle, I can’t distinguish between color blind people, but in my bathroom the lighting is weak and reading every time what is written on the bottle is not convenient.
The shampoo is transparent, thick, almost gel-like, conditioner of a standard consistency and classic white color. The smell of both remedies is the same, it smells very good of citrus, but unobtrusive, the smell does not hit the nose, it quickly disappears.
The shampoo is economical enough, it foams well, which is even strange for people without SLS, but it has the audacity to mix hair so that you simply can’t tear it off with your fingers! The conditioner instantly solves this problem - it gently untangles the hair and, I hope, nourishes it.
But the result ... The first time I could not believe my eyes. Her hair shone like that ... "It can't be," I thought. After the second time there was the same story. And after the third. And after a month of use, I can say for sure: shampoo + conditioner for shine hair "Mandarin and patchouli" Nature's Gate really give hair shine! Such an effect (except for silicone “oils”) was only given to me by aromatic combing with essential oils.
Rating: both funds earned 5.

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