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Last updated: May 31, 2017

reNeu Scalp Therapy from NEUMA

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Winter wind got your hair down in the dumps? Treat an irritated scalp to a revitalizing experience with the ‘Neu’ Scalp Therapy from NEUMA. The deep treatment relieves a dry, itchy scalp at home with gentle exfoliation that removes build-up and residue. The perfect winter pick-me-up for tired tresses! Featuring a blend of plant extracts and essential oils, this treatment will protect hair while maximizing color vibrancy and longevity. Use it once a week to maintain and promote a healthy scalp and cut down on those pesky flakes, too!

The Perks:
Phyto Colour Complex: Plant extracts restore natural health and shine while maximizing the retention and extending the life of color.
Phyto UV Shield: A proprietary blend of certified organic plant extracts enhance depth of tone, reflectivity and color vibrancy. Essential oils shield color from UVA, UVB oxidation and fading.
 Laurus Noblis (Bay Laurel): Leaf Extract that helps clean and refresh scalp.
Mentha Arvensis (Corn Mint): Essential Oil that works to bring fresh, oxygen rich blood to scalp. Enriching skin cells and follicles to help remove toxins and carbon dioxide.
Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender): Flower/leaf stem that calms and soothes skin and promotes cellular health.
Pisum Sativa (Pea): This sprout extract is known to reduce hair loss and helps promote healthy hair growth.
Vitis Vinifera (Grape): This seed oil is very high in linoleic acid and acts as an amazing moisturizer.
Ababusa Arundinacea (Bamboo): Stem powder exfoliates to remove toxic environmental build-up and dead scalp skin cells to help healthy new cells grow and flourish.
Aroma provided by pure essential oils of corn mint, peppermint and vanilla – true aromatherapy.

All NEUMA products contain ZERO synthetic fragrance, sulfates, parabens, 1,4-dioxane, phthalates, glutens, neurotoxins, aluminum compounds, glycols, formaldehyde donors, ureas, carcinogens and environmental pollutants.

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