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Schwarzkopf BC Repair Rescue Arginine Shampoo 1L

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Description

Schwarzkopf BC Repair Rescue Arginine Shampoo1L is a restoring Shampoo that revitalizes damaged and dull hair. Suitable for all hair types, this rescue shampoo instantly revives the hair, improving both shine and manageability.

Formulated with advanced haircare technology, but without ingredients of animal origin, Repair Rescue is Schwarzkopf Professional's first vegan hair care that restores and repairs damaged hair. The new packaging is also eco-designed: it's fully recyclable, and contains up to 97% recycled plastic.

Characteristics

  • Texture: cream;
  • Hair issues: damaged hair, porous hair, breakage;
  • Time of application: during the shower or bath, after washing the hair;
  • Age: 10+;
  • Hair type: all hair types;
  • Main benefits: provides care and shine to damaged hair, repairs and restructures the hair at the same time, improves elasticity and facilitates detangling, creates a shiny, healthy appearance;
  • Formulated without: artificial colorants, silicones, ingredients of animal origin.

Main Ingredients

  • L-arginine can be found naturally in the hair, as it is one of its essential building blocks. In this formula, arginine helps repair up to 3 years of damage in very dry, dull, and damaged hair;
  • Vegan keratin helps rebuild the hair fiber by refilling gaps where the hair's natural keratin has been damaged. As a result, the hair regains its strength and elasticity;
  • Cell Equalizer Technology provides additional care by repairing the outer layer of the hair. As it restores strength to the hair, it creates a more pliable, softer, and shinier finish.

How to use

Apply the Schwarzkopf BC Repair Rescue Arginine Shampoo 1L onto damp hair, rinse and repeat.  For best results use with Schwarzkopf BC Repair Rescue Arginine Conditioner1L

 
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