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Enfanti Tea Tree Shampoo

September 14, 2011 | 9:45 AM
Enfanti Tea Tree Shampoo provides long-lasting relief from itching and flaking, while stimulating the scalp to promote healthy hair growth. This special formulation is fused with natural antiseptic herbs and therapeutic botanicals that help alleviate dry and flaking scalp. This safe, gentle and effective shampoo cools and refreshes the scalp while helping to prevent hair loss. Nettle extract deep cleanses to remove excess sebum from hair and scalp and provides a protective coating that strengthens the hair shaft. It also helps to repair chemically damaged hair and stimulates hair growth while adding shine, body and volume. High concentrates of tea tree oil provide beneficial properties including antiseptic, antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral action. A known antifungal agent, tea tree oil is an effective treatment for dandruff due to its ability to treat Malassezia furfur, the most common cause of the condition. Enfanti Tea Tree Shampoo also includes green tea extract, which offers potent antioxidants and anti-aging properties. It contains a powerful antioxidant called epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), which is known to help stimulate hair growth. Green tea also helps scalp conditions such as dandruff and psoriasis by soothing skin and reducing inflammation. Ginko biloba, which has a long history of use in Asia as a regenerative herb, has a high degree of anti-oxidant activity and works to prevent the occurrence of free radical damage. Chamomile extract offers calming, cooling and soothing effects as well as anti-inflammatory benefits. In addition to moisturizing dry hair, it helps retract skin cells damaged from the sun or chemical processes and is beneficiary to those with dandruff, psoriasis or itchy scalp. Calendula extract works within Enfanti Tea Tree Shampoo to reduce inflammation and soothe irritated tissue. It increases hair shaft elasticity and flexibility to prevent breakage and normalizes activity of sebaceous glands, which can cause oily ha