Get softer, smoother hair with the Extra Moist Shampoo from Tsubaki.
Dry locks are difficult to manage, and make for bad hair days. When your strands are dry, rough and tangled, they can be hard to style and prone to breakage.
Tsubaki Extra Moist Shampoo ($16.90 for 500ml) promises to solve dry-hair woes with an easy wash. It doesn’t just hydrate strands from the outside; it is said to penetrate right through the centre, infusing the core with moisture to make tresses soft and manageable. Best of all, the moisturising effect can last up to eight hours.
The formula consists of three main active ingredients – camellia oil for shine, hyaluronic acid to hydrate and lock in moisture, and Tsubaki Koji S to soften and moisturise the hair and scalp. The latter is a new ingredient derived from koji, a type of mould used to produce fermented foods like sake, miso and soya sauce. This mould, which is inherited from a 350-year-old sake brewer, is added to ferment nutrient-rich camellia seeds for an amino acid-rich mixture. The mixture is then combined with sorbitol to create Tsubaki Koji S to give double care for the hair and scalp.
Tsubaki haircare products are available at Guardian and Watsons stores islandwide. For more information, visit www.facebook.com/TsubakiSG or follow the brand on Instagram @Tsubaki_sg.
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If your hair is chemically damaged from too much perming, rebonding and colouring, use Tsubaki Damage Care Shampoo ($16.90 for 500ml). Enriched with pearl protein and arginine, it provides intensive moisture and shine, and helps to repair hair from within. If you want a fuller head of hair, the silicone-free Tsubaki Volume Touch Shampoo ($16.90 for 500ml) has taurine and polyquaternium-11 to give your tresses instant body and bounce.
Get a free Tsubaki shampoo and conditioner sample of your choice (choose from three ranges). Simply e-mail your name, NRIC number, mobile number and mailing address to Tsubaki@shiseido.com.sg with the subject header “Tsubaki Redemption – Her World (March)”. Limited to one mailing address per entry, while stocks last.