Exfoliation is a word that's commonly used to describe skincare products that help to slough away dry, dull skin, and now Aveda is putting this term to use for its Invati Exfoliating Shampoo.
Aveda explains that "Invati" means "invigorate" in Sanskrit, a is a fitting tie-in to the product that uses a blend of Ayurvedic herbs like ginseng and organic turmeric to promote the growth of thicker, fuller hair. Alongside these potent herbs, Aveda's unique shampoo also includes scents such as lavender, rosemary, geranium and more.
The cleansing, exfoliating shampoo also boasts salicylic acid derived from wintergreen as a key part of removing excess sebum and product residue that collects and clogs the pores, preventing the growth of healthy hair.
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- By: Laura McQuarrieApr 5, 2017