Sunday, June 8, 2014
Everybody uses shampoo or some sort of soap to wash their hair. Have you heard of the Adovia Dead Sea Mud Shampoo? It helps to relieve itching from dry, flaky scalp and dandruff, as well as symptoms of Scalp Psoriasis & Seborrhea Dermatitis! It's made with Pure & Natural Dead Sea Mud for an Infusion of Essential Minerals into Scalp & Hair, it also Contains Olive Oil, Shea Butter, Vitamin E & Chamomile.
Dead Sea Mud Shampoo
For this review, I received one bottle of Adovia Dead Sea Mud Shampoo! It smells good and, made my hair feel nice and soft. It did help my husband, with his itchy scalp. I really thought this shampoo was going to be extra special, with the Dead Sea Mud, Chamomile and Olive Oil, but I was disappointed in many of the ingredients, which are linked below. Since this shampoo has these ingredients, that I would not want to use, I can not recommend this shampoo.
Demineralised water (aqua) & dead sea water, sodium laureth sulfate, cocamidopropyl betaine, cocamide dea, fragrance (parfum), glycol stearate, dead sea mud (silt), propylene glycol & chamomile (anthemis nobilis) extract & algae extract & papaya (carica papaya) extract & aloe vera (barbadensis) gel, sodium chloride, dead sea salt, polyquaternium - 7, wheat (triticum vulgare) germ oil, grape (vitis vinifera) seed oil, sweet almond (prunus amygdalus dulcis) oil, panthenol (pro vitamin b5), carrot (daucus carota) seed oil, olive (olea europaea) oil, shea butter (butyrospermum parkii), citric acid, tocopheryl acetate (vit e), methylchloroisothiazolinone, methylisothiazolinone.
Here's what Adovia has to say about their shampoo:
The Adovia's Dead Sea Mud Shampoo is specially formulated with natural ingredients such as Dead Sea Mud, Chamomile and Olive Oil. It brings deep hydration and moisture to the scalp, relieving itching and flakiness. Dead Sea Mud has been known for centuries for it's healing properties! People have traveled from all over the world to come and experience it's effects at the Dead Sea. The Dead Sea Mud contains the highest concentration of minerals found in mud from anywhere in the world.
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