CLAIM TO FAME: A paraben-free shampoo that strengthens and purifies strands
FAST FACTS: Gently but thoroughly cleans and treats hair with pure aloe vera gel, organic egg whites with tea tree extract; helps stimulate follicles with castor oil, sweet almond oil, and ylang-ylang extract; promotes hair growth; free of harsh chemical preservatives and detergents; won’t cause irritation or breakouts; gentle on babies and pregnant women
PERFECT FOR: Fine, limp, falling hair that’s prone to dandruff
WHAT YOU GET: (1) Clear and Present Aloe Shampoo
NET WEIGHT: 250ml
INGREDIENTS: Organic Aloe vera gel, organic albumen, vegetable glyceryl laurate, coconut sarcosinate, deionized aqua, keratin, organic tea tree oil, organic virgin coconut oil, organic ylang ylang extract, a-tocopherol (vitamin E), organic apricot extract, sodium gluconate
Massage shampoo on wet hair until lather. Rinse off.
Derived from the Spanish word “leyenda” which means “legend,” Leyende has stealthily been growing in popularity over the years as a trusted Filipino bath and body brand that delivers premium eco-friendly and organic products to its widening fan base. With ingredients sourced mainly from ECOCERT-certified and locally grown farms and companies, each lovingly handmade product is ideal for the environmentally-conscious and those with sensitive skin. In 2008, Leyende was included in the exclusive book, “50 Must-Buys in Manila,” which was edited by top stylist and magazine art director Michael Salientes, and premier jewelry designer Janina Dizon Hoschka.
Leyende is one of the local organic brands that I trust. The fragrance of this shampoo is just right. In fact, I think it can appeal to both males and females. However, I also noticed that the scent has changed over the years. I like the original scent more. The mildness has always been a reason why I go back to this product. It keeps my hair in good shape. I would like this more if they go back to the original scent though.over 3 years ago
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