Sóley Organics

GRÆÐIR Healing Shampoo 古源冰島植萃修復洗髲液

$295
GRÆÐIR shampó 包含了一系列手工採摘的野生冰島草本,採用了Sóley 家族幾代的古老配方。自古以來,樺樹為冰島幾百年來一直被用作治療藥草,功效一直備受推崇。這種修復洗髲液證實對各種形式的皮膚敏感,頭皮刺激,皮膚乾燥有效。保護秀髮免受環境侵害,即使漂染過的頭髮亦可使用。它能使頭髮變得更亮滑、更健康。適用於所有髮質,可每天使用。
在冰島生長的樺樹品種是毛樺,這也是冰島唯一的原生樹種,它在1830年的民間醫學調查中也被認為是強而有力的草藥。樺樹的益處大多來自樹皮中的萃取物

「樺木醇」,能鎮靜消炎、調理毛孔、舒緩傷口。樺樹皮也含有與熊果葉相同的「熊果酸」可亮白肌膚,還有「單寧酸」以及少量的「水楊酸」;樺樹的葉子則是含有多種抗氧化劑像是「槲皮素」與「花青素」,這些成分集結在一起,可幫助保護肌膚並使肌膚散發迷人透亮光彩。

 

Gently cleanses hair of dirt and debris. This healing shampoo has proven effective in various forms of eczema, scalp irritations, dry skin and psoriasis. GRÆÐIR shampó contains a powerful blend of hand-picked wild Icelandic healing herbs following an old recipe that has been in Sóley´s family for generations.
250ml

 

 

 

 

Our star ingredients are the handpicked wild Icelandic herbs we use in all our skin- and hair care products.
Due to the short Icelandic summers, the wild herbs must absorb vast amounts of energy and nutrients in a short period of time so they can survive the harsh, dark winter. That's why these powerful herbs, found in Iceland’s vast landscapes, are renowned for being strong and effective.
Every summer, when they are at their best, we harvest them from a certified organic patch of wilderness in Southern Iceland. To Sóley's ancestors, these plants were a precious and powerful medicine. To us, they still are.

Icelandic Cancer Research

By purchasing Soley Organics products you're supporting the cancer patients and cancer research in Iceland. 

The Icelandic Cancer Society (ICS) was established on the 27th of June 1951. The ICS has a remarkable history and has through the decades concentrated its engagement on prevention (e.g.cancer detection), education, research and patient services. The main role of the Icelandic Cancer Society is to be at the forefront of the fight against cancer. Women are offered to screen for cervical cancer from the age of 23 to 65 and for breast cancer from 40 to 69. The screening takes place at ICS service centre in Reykjavík, in most primary care clinics outside the capital area and at the Akureyri hospital radiology ward.

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