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Ginkgo Jojoba Butter for Thinning Hair - 5.5 oz
Your Price: $18.00
Sale Price: $17.10
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Why You Need It

Great Gift Idea!
Excellent hair moisturizer and luxurious scalp treatment.

This butter is therapy for thinning and breaking hair.

It's also excellent to moisturize and give body to normal hair and keep it silky & strong.

The hair butter is thick and will accentuate waves and curls. Will leave hair silky after washing. Protects hair in the sun.

Harness the benefits of Ginkgo Biloba and Jojoba. Ginko Biloba is used to increase circulation, stimulate and revitalize hair follicles.

Jojoba is an excellent moisturizer and scalp treatment and is very close to the very oil our own body produces.

Nettle and Rosemary Extract are used to increase growth.


Jojoba butter, Ginkgo Biloba extract, Black seed oil, Shea butter, Sunflower oil, Nettle extract, Rosemary extract, Vitamin E.

Suggested Use

Massage into the scalp in the evening and leave in overnight. Shampoo in the morning.

Another way to use Ginkgo Jojoba Hair Butter is to dab it lightly on scalp over thin spots in the morning. Then stroke any excess on scalp or fingers lightly through ends of hair. This can be done wet, right after shampooing , or dry. Can be left on all day or two until the next time you shampoo.

An excellent way to bring healthy circulation to your scalp and help stimulate hair follicles is to lay back across a bed hanging your head down and shoulders just over the edge so that blood goes to your head while you massage your scalp with a little Ginkgo Jojoba Butter on your fingertips. Do this in the evening for 4 minutes, daily or often, and see the results!


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