Two ways of using Natural Collagen Graphite on hair

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I still notice that when people hear the word “collagen”, most of them first think about wrinkles. Which is true of course! But there’s more to it than you think.

Collagen is also responsible for the strength of our hair roots and it also helps in bringing enough nutrients to our hair. When using Natural Collagen Graphite on your hair, you should concentrate mostly on your scalp, rather than the hair only. It is a fantastic natural product thanks to which your hair will restore its strength, shine and proper moisturisation level.

Here’s two suggestions on how you can use Natural Collagen Graphite on your hair:

ON DRY HAIR

Apply 3-4 doses of Natural Collagen Graphite on washed hair, slightly dried with a towel. Massage the collagen into your scalp and leave it on for about 15 min. (you can cover your hair with a dry towel for that time). Do not rinse it off. Simply blow dry your hair and make your hairstyle the way you want.

COLLAGEN HAIR RINSE

Mix 3-4 doses of Natural Collagen Graphite with 1l of water. Rinse your hair in this solution remembering also about your scalp. Leave it on your hair for about 15 min. Do not rinse it off. Blow dry your hair and make your hairstyle.

Benefits of using Natural Collagen on your hair:

  • strengthening hair and hair loss reduction
  • shiny and healthy hair
  • slowing down hair graying processes
  • hair is fresh for longer
  • your head skin problems are solved

Natural Collagen Graphite is available at three different capacities: 50ml, 100ml and 200ml. It is available in our Irish online shop HERE.

(*shipping only within the Republic of Ireland)

 

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