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Common Ground Natural Anti-Thinning Shampoo & Conditioner Set -- 16.9 fl oz Each / Pack of 2


Common Ground Natural Anti-Thinning Shampoo & Conditioner Set
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Common Ground Natural Anti-Thinning Shampoo & Conditioner Set -- 16.9 fl oz Each / Pack of 2

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Common Ground Natural Anti-Thinning Shampoo & Conditioner Set Description

  • Includes:
    • Anti-Thinning Shampoo & Anti-Thinning Conditioner
  • The Key to Reducing Hair-Thinning is Two Fold
  • Indian Kino Tree & Peruvian Ginseng
  • Low Lather
  • Plant-Based
  • Sourced from Nature
  • pH 5.5 – Optimized for Your Hair and Scalp
  • Certified Natural Ingredients
  • Readily Biodegradable Agents
  • Vegan – No Animal Derivatives
  • Cruelty-Free / Leaping Bunny Certified

Common Ground Natural Anti-Thinning Shampoo.

 

The key to reducing hair-thinning is two fold.

  • Hair must be strengthened at the root to reduce fall,
  • At the same time follicles need to be encouraged into more activity.

Common Ground has addressed these two by recruiting a pair of powerful actives.

  1. Indian Kino Tree extract also known as Red Sandalwood, has been a champion for promoting hair growth since ancient times. Owing to its natural anti-germ and anti-inflammatory properties, it treats various scalp and hair conditions, itching and dandruff. It improves blood circulation to the follicles and strengthens the hair strands at their base. By normalizing the secretion of the stress hormone, it also prevents hair fall due to stress and anxiety.
  2. Peruvian Ginseng extract, also known as Maca Root, to further stimulate the scalp, thereby boosting the amount of nourishment that reaches the follicles.

Cleanse while fortifying your scalp's ability to produce strong and full hair. Make sure you pair this shampoo with Common Ground's Natural Anti-Thinning Conditioner to reduce hair breakage.

 

Common Ground Anti-Thinning Conditioner.

 

There's no use in fortifying the hair if you are going to then pull it out or break it.

 

That's why we've blended five heroes of luxury to produce a winning formula for those that want to detangle and moisturize.

  • Sustainably sourced coconut oil and Sugarcane-based Squalane allow you to glide your fingers through your locks.
  • Then Hyaluron, Shea Butter and Vitamin E join the party to moisturize deep into the strands.
  • We also double-up here on the Indian Kino Tree and Peruvian Ginseng extracts to strengthen at the root, promote growth, and to reduce fall. Just like in our Natural Anti-Thinning Shampoo we use these actives to stimulate the scalp, thereby boosting the amount of nourishment that reaches the follicles.

Pour a generous of this decadent conditioner into your hand and get ready to see less hair on the floor of your shower. Make sure you use this conditioner as the second step after using Common Ground's Natural Anti-Thinning Shampoo to give confidence-inspiring results.


Directions

Shampoo: Drench hair thoroughly. Pump generous amount shampoo into hands. Work gently from crown to hair ends. Massage into scalp. Leave in for 2-3 minutes to let the actives soak into the scalp and follicles. Then rinse well with clean water. Follow with matching conditioner. The Shampoo is purposely Low Lather to allow the actives to soak and stimulate the scalp effectively. 

 

Conditioner: Follow shampoo instructions first. Then make sure hair is drenched with clean water. Pump conditioner generously into hands. Apply to hair strands starting 2 inches away from roots and work your way until the hair ends. Leave in for 2-3 minutes to allow hair time to condition. Rinse gently with cool water. The Conditioner is best used to heal the hair strands and not on the scalp. This allows natural oils to form on the scalp.

 

Allow at least 90 days of daily use for results and continue use thereafter. For best results use the complete anti-thinning shampoo and conditioner set. Individual results may vary.

Free Of
Cruelty, SLS, soap, petrochemicals, formaldehyde, isothiazolinone, mineral oils, cocamine DEA, paraben, silicone, alcohol, propylene glycol, artificial colors.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Ingredients: Shampoo:Water (aqua), disodium laureth sulfosuccinate (based on 2022 RSPO certified sustainable palm kernel oil), tetrasodium glutamate diacetate (2022 Ecocert & USDA certified biobased), glycerine (kosher vegetable-based oil), coco glucoside (coconut based ecocert renewable), cocoamidopropyl betaine (Ecocert preservative-free coconut oil), lepidium meyenii root extract, maltodextrin (Ecocert 100% organic Peruvian ginseng), sorbitol (plant-based), pterocarpus marsupium bark extract (Indian kino tree), disodium succinate (biobased) glutamic acid (plant-based), glyceryl polyacrylate (vegetable-derived), trehalose (vegetable-derived), urea (plant-based), serine (plant-based), pentylene glycol (plant-based), algin (seaweed-derived), caprylyl glycol (plant-based), sodium hyaluronate (plant-based), pullulan (plant-based), disodium phosphate (naturally-derived), potassium phosphate (plant-based), PEG 150 distearate (vegetable-derived), polyquaternium-44 (plant-based), <1% phenoxyethanol (plant-based), sodium benzoate (Ecocert food grade), potassium sorbate (Ecocert food grade), citric acid (kosher approved), citrus aurantium bergamia fruit oil, rosmarinus officinalis leaf oil.
Conditioner:Water (aqua), tetrasodium glutamate diacetate (2022 Ecocert & USDA certified biobased), glycerine (kosher vegetable-based oil), lepidium meyenii root extract, maltodextrin (Ecocert 100% organic Peruvian ginseng), sorbitol (plant-based), pterocarpus marsupium bark extract (Indian kino tree), disodium succinate (biobased) glutamic acid (plant-based), glyceryl polyacrylate (vegetable-derived), trehalose (vegetable-derived), urea (plant-based), serine (plant-based), pentylene glycol (plant-based), algin (seaweed-derived), caprylyl glycol (plant-based), sodium hyaluronate (plant-based), pullulan (plant-based), disodium phosphate (naturally-derived), potassium phosphate (plant-based), PEG 50 shea butter (vegetable-derived), hydroxyethylcellulose (cellulose-based), <1% phenoxyethanol (plant-based), sodium benzoate (Ecocert food grade), potassium sorbate (Ecocert food grade), citric acid (kosher approved), citrus aurantium bergamia fruit oil, rosmarinus officinalis leaf oil, behentrimonium chloride (plant-based), squalane (sugarcane derived), tocopheryl acetate (preservative-free, non-GMO vitamin E), cetearyl alcohol (Ecocert coconut/palm kernel oil), cetrimonium chloride (coconut/palm kernel oil), guar hydroxypropyltrimonium chloride (Ecocert plant-derived).
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