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Pos Progress Maintenance Kit 3x250ml - Inoar

by Inoar
€36.00

Pos Progresss Kit for maintenance of hair with progressive brush. Helps maintain the health and beauty of wires, controls hair volume and aligns the wires for long lasting smooth effect. Decreases frizz and prevents dry ends.

Its formula combines powerful high-tech assets with Nanosericina, which provides nano-recovery of damaged wires and protein mass, and D-Panthenol, which reduces the formation of double ends, leaving your hair beautiful and smooth longer.

How to use:
- Apply shampoo to wet hair gently massaging. Then rinse thoroughly. Repeat the operation if necessary.
- Remove excess water from the hair by gently pressing the threads with a towel.
- Distribute the conditioner to the length and ends of the wires. Massage gently and let it act for a few moments. Then rinse thoroughly.
- Remove excess water from the hair by gently pressing the threads with a towel.
- Apply a small amount of leave-in on length and tips. Then finish making a brush.

Contains:
-1 Inoar Post Progress Shampoo - 250ml
-1 Inoar Post Progress Conditioner - 250ml
-1 Inoar Post Progress Leave-In - 250ml

 

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  • If the shampoo contains sulphates that strip the keratin treatment from the hair, how is this safe for after keratin treatment? Thank you.

    Good afternoon! Sodium laureth sulfate is a workhorse surfactant of the personal care product market. It's found in body wash, face wash, shampoo, and even in toothpaste. It's not acutely toxic and is the one capable of modifying the surface properties of a liquid, ie surfactants act by reducing the surface tension of the liquid, allowing its interaction with other substances. In summary, sulfate (SO2-4) is a detergent action salt responsible for the shampoo foam. It is different from cooking salt, sodium chloride (NaCl), which acts as an emulsifier, leaving the shampoo with a more viscous texture. When a shampoo has the words "unsalted" on the label, it is the sodium chloride it refers to, which is the substance that should be avoided by people whose hair has undergone a chemical process.