Argile Équilibrante

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Balanting clay is a silicone -free shampoo that deeply cleanses the scalp. This clay shampoo provides a volume effect while moisturizing the lengths and dislodging all the impurities of the root. In addition, It will rebalance the PH levels, thus making it possible to clean gently and balance sebum production. Your scalp will be light and fresh!

This clay shampoo has a washing base composed of gentle but powerful cleansing agents. The compact and enveloping creamy foam rich in menthol strengthens the feeling of freshness. Kaolin clay associated with Montmorillonite clay absorbs excess sebum and pollution particles. Cational care polymers also add a soft and shiny finish.


- Silicone-free
- Ideal for oily roots and sensitized lengths
- Cleans the scalp in depth
- Hydrate and nourishes the lengths
- Makes the scalp light and fresh.
- gives a bulky effect.
- Eliminates excess sebum.
- Creamy green clay texture
- Cleans up to 52% plus the scalp
- gives up to 74.3% more volume
- Detangles hair 82% more easily When combined with Rehydrating mask

user manual

Step 1: Apply the size of a hazelnut (about 10 to 15ml) on the wet scalp.
Step 2: Add a small amount of water and foam.
Step 3: Massage the scalp.
Step 4: Stretch the product on the lengths
Step 5: Rinse
Step 6: Finish applying Rehydrating mask on lengths.

Use 1 time a week following Bain Divalent .

key ingredients

- Kaolin clay for its cleaning power. Present in hot and humid climates, this naturally absorbent clay is rich in magnesium, zinc, calcium and sodium.
- of Montmorillonite clay. This clay is the main component of volcanic ash, rich in minerals, deposited in sea waters.
- Menthol, for an incomparable feeling of freshness. A vasodilator that increases the blood flow to the scalp. Applied with a massage movement, it tones and leaves a feeling of freshness.

Format: 250 ml
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Argile Équilibrante


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