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Paired with the plant extract betaine, which is known for its anti-inflammatory properties, this powerful duo helps rev up cells, making them more receptive to anti-aging formulas.
Follow with lukewarm water and a dime-size amount of cleanser (look for the ingredients cocamidopropyl betaine or caprylic triglyceride, which are sulfate-free surfactants) on your fingers or a clean, damp washcloth.
The shampoo contains sodium laureth sulfate, cocamidopropyl betaine, dimethicone and peppermint leaf extract.
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First Known Use: 1870See Words from the same year
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