Crece Pelo Shampoo is especially created for those who want to eliminate thinning hair and increase volume and thickness. Part of the Crece Pelo hair products range, it is a phytotherapeutic treatment made with extracts and actives of 15 different plants to cleanse hair and promote healthy hair growth.
All the way from the Dominican Republic, this innovative formula includes extracts and 100% natural actives that are necessary for your hair’s wellbeing. It prevents excessive shedding and adds health, beauty, vitality, softness and elasticity, through its active nutrients that stimulate hair growth and help maintain a healthy scalp. There’s a very good reason why it has achieved cult status in the United States, Brazil and the Caribbean.
So gentle it can be used on children and pregnant women. It is also suitable for any hair texture including natural, curly, straight or chemically processed hair. It contains all-natural plant ingredients, provitamin B5 (Panthenol) and hydrolysed silk to encourage your hair to grow healthy and strong. Colourant free formula.
Directions: Apply CRECE PELO shampoo on wet hair, massage gently and then rinse with plenty of water. Repeat if necessary and use the shampoo as often as you would normally wash your hair. The shampoo can be followed with Crece Pelo rinse or a deep conditioning mask.
Ingredients in Crece Pelo Shampoo – natural hair growth shampoo
Purified water, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Cocoamidopropyl betaine, Diethanolamide of coconut fatty acid, PEG-150 Pentaerythryl tetrastearate, Cinnamidopropyl trimonium chloride, Panthenol, Hydrolised silk, Fragrance, Tetrasodium EDTA, Diazolidinyl urea, Citric acid
Extracts & natural actives* – Laurel, Nettle, Arnica, Bardana (Burdock root extract), Watercress, Calendula, Ginseng, Ivy, Manzanilla (Chamomile), Lemon, Pine, Romero (Rosemary), Capuchina (Cress or Nasturtium), Salvia, Tioxolone solution, Milk of cotton, Fibro Actif HSC (Hydrosoluble extract of Soy Germ and Wheat)
*Each plant extract and natural active is present in equal amounts, and they are not listed in descending order of volume.