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Head & Shoulders Head and Shoulders Smooth & Silky Paraben Free Dandruff Shampoo - 12.8 fl oz

Item# 210-52642698-AF | Model# 52642698 | Added on January 29, 2018 |
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Head & Shoulders Head and Shoulders Smooth & Silky Paraben Free Dandruff Shampoo - 12.8 fl oz
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Looking for a shampoo that leaves your hair smooth and up to 100percent flake-free*? Look no further than Head and Shoulders Smooth and Silky Shampoo. With rich and creamy lather, Head and Shoulders Smooth and Silky Shampoo nourishes hair with intense moisture and leaves hair sleek, shining and free of frizz for 24 hours. Plus, Head and Shoulders is the number one anti-dandruff shampoo rmended by dermatologists so you know your hair will be up to 100percent flake-free.* *visible flakes; with regular use Regular use of Head and Shoulders anti dandruff products nourish your scalp three surface layers deep to prevent dryness, flakes and itch, associated with dandruff. The Head and Shoulders collection includes clarifying shampoos, volumizing conditioners, and 2 in 1 combos, so you can introduce dandruff treatment to every step of your hair care routine. With a pH-balanced formula brought to you by America's #1 dermatologist rmended brand, you can ct on Head and Shoulders to combat seborrheic dermatitis, and other irritable and itchy scalp conditions associated with dandruff. Head and Shoulders products come in a variety of scents and formulas, and include ingredients like almond oil, tea tree oil, lemon extract, and peppermint. The shampoo and conditioner system are safe to use on color treated, curly or textured hair types, compared to a non-conditioning shampoo. Gender: unisex.
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