Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Hair and Scalp Treatment - 6.8 oz
Invigorating and Soothing. A unique treatment for both hair and scalpsoy, panthenol, vitamin E and shea butter condition and protect the hair, while salicylic acid refines and improves the texture of the skin. Strengthens and Moisturizes Soy proteins, panthenol, vitamin E and shea butter help recondition, repair and protect the hair. Refines Natural salicylic acid, derived from willow bark, refines and improves the texture of the skin. Invigorates The unique combination of tea tree oil, peppermint, and lavender creates a refreshing fragrance experience. Ingredients: Cetyl Alcohol: Conditioning agent that helps prevent moisture loss. Behentrimonium Methosulfate: An anti-static agent. Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Oil: A completely natural, non-toxic disinfectant and germicide known for its healing properties; distilled from the leaves of the tea tree. Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil: Essential oil distilled from the silvery lilac spikes of Lavandula Angustifolia, the well-known shrub which emits a cool, elegant, floral aroma with woody undertones. Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil: Peppermint oil has a long tradition of medicinal use; the strong, penetrating aroma has a sweet undertone; the oil is extracted from the fresh flowering tops of the plants; soothing and energizing. Tocopheryl Acetate: An antioxidant and free radical scavenger that neutralizes molecules formed by UV radiation and environmental toxins and helps to repair the intercellular moisture barrier. Panthenol: Provides long-lasting moisture, reduces the formation of split ends, thickens hair, provides shine and helps repair surface damage. Salicylic Acid: Salicylic acid, a beta-hydroxy acid, is a highly effective superficial exfoliating agent, oil reducer and pore cleanser. Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter) Fruit: A fruit extract from the West African karite tree that contains oils and lipids to provide moisture and luster to the hair; its conditioning effect leaves hair soft and improves both wet and dry combing.