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Lotion Concentree WOMAN / Hair Loss

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Lotion Concentree WOMAN / Hair Loss
A natural concentrate Lotion Concentrée is a multifunctional active complex, rich in ingredients of plant origin. The exceptional concentration of plant extracts * is an anti-aging elixir that gives vitality and energy to the hair and scalp.

Man is all ages aware of the healing power of plants. The first witness is probably in ancient treatises on oriental medicine, which reappear in the middle European herbal tradition. Natural extracts are still used today, the day, be used in different ways, in herbal medicine. The same active ingredients are the key to our Lotion Concentrée.

The production process of Lotion Concentrée has remained as one and the same method and timing: the precious ingredients can not be produced chemically but have to come from nature. In order to ensure their strength, the extracts are treated for 55 days in exactly three specific steps, according to a complicated procedure.

Lotion Concentrée is patented worldwide. To keep lotion Concentrée unique and authentic, Medavita protects the formula with the international patent WO99 / 20 232

Ingredients
  1. cinnamon (Cinnamomum cassia)
  2. Aloe (Aloe ferox)
  3. Arnicia (Arnicia montana)
  4. Sweet flag (Acorus calamus)
  5. Ginger (Zingiber officinale)
  6. Camphor (Camphora)
  7. Galbanum (Ferula galbaniflua)
  8. Myrrh (Commiphora myrrha)
  9. Nutmeg (Myristica fragrans)
  10. Pink Marijn (Rosmarinus officinalis)
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