Save on coloring, protecting your color longer. Sulfate-free micellar shampoo from Schwarzkopf's BC pH 4.5 Color Freeze range seals colour in dyed, bleached or stranded hair. This micellar shampoo gently washes your hair and scalp, while at the same time carrying out its colour-protective action. To achieve this, it seals the cuticle and matrix of hair fiber with pigments inside so that color will last in perfect condition for longer.
Prolong your coloring life thanks to this micellar shampoo daily use.
What is a micellar shampoo?
Natural micelles work like a magnet that attracts and traps hair dirt caused by pollution, excess oil and other impurities. They surround grease and trap it inside, removing all the dirt by rinsing hair.
Benefits of Sulfate-Free Micellar Shampoo:
- It gently, but effectively, cleanses your hair.
- It traps color pigments inside the hair fiber.
- It not only seals the cuticle, but also the matrix.
- It balances the hair's pH 4.5 so that the matrix is taut and thus it does not allow pigment loss.
- Daily use is recommended.
How to apply Sulfate-Free Micellar Shampoo?
Apply a small amount of this shampoo to damp hair. Proceed with a gentle massage and leave on for a couple of minutes. Rinse and repeat if necessary.
Cell Perfector Technology: it restructures hair fiber composition to leave it in perfect condition.
pH 4.5 Balancer Technology: it seals the fiber surface with color pigments inside the matrix to maintain the perfect color.
Mild surfactants: they gently cleanse hair.
Full List of Ingredients:
Aqua (Water, Eau) – Sodium C14-16 Olefin Sulfonate Cocamidopropyl Betaine – Lactic Acid – Sodium Methyl Cocoyl Taurate – Sodium Chloride – Hydrolyzed Keratin – Steardimonium Hydroxypropyl Hydrolyzed Keratin – Panthenol – Calcium Hydroxide – Sodium Benzoate – PEG-7 Glyceryl Cocoate – Parfum (Fragrance) – PEG-120 Methyl Glucose Dioleate – Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride – Coconut Acd – Benzyl Salicylate – Butylphenyl Methylpropional – Linalool – Limonene – Calcium Carbonate – Propylene Glycol