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G.TOX Himalayan Salt Scalp Scrub Shampoo 200ml

(82 reviews)

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"A mousse-like detoxifying salt-infused shampoo"

  • Benefits

    • Vegan
    • Sulphate-free
    • Alcohol-free

    The MECCA view

    Treat both your scalp and the lengths of your hair with this purifying and detoxifying whipped shampoo made of exfoliating mineral-rich Himalayan pink salt, nourishing cold-pressed moringa oil, and pure unfiltered rosehip oil. The scrub cleanses the hair and scalp of product build-up, dirt, and oil, leaving both clean and refreshed. The recipe has been formulated with a subtle cleansing scent—rosemary, geranium, orange, and peppermint—which smells delicious and lingers.

    Key ingredients

    Himalayan pink salt: to massage and exfoliate the scalp.

    Cold-pressed moringa oil: high in oleic acid (omega-9 fatty acid) and antioxidant vitamin E for nourishment and soft hair.

    Pure unfiltered rosehip oil: rich in all three key essential fatty acids (omega 3, 6, and 9) for nourishment and soft hair.

    Made without

    Parabens, petroleum, phthalates, SLS, SLES, PEGs, TEA, DEA, silicones, artificial dyes, fragrances or animal testing.


    Use as a shampoo. Make sure hair is completely wet, and apply directly onto your scalp.

    Gently massage into a lather, then rinse thoroughly as the salts dissolve. Use once a week, or as needed. Follow with your regular conditioner.

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From The Shop Floor

"Salt not only is a magnificent ingredient to cleanse and exfoliate the scalp, but also adds volume to the hair. Take a generous amount of the shampoo, massage your scalp thoroughly with the shampoo (go on, give that scalp some good T.L.C)."

Rielly, Store Host