Start your day with some minty freshness. Try Mister Pompadour’s Peppermint Shampoo and Conditioner Shower Experience. As the hero ingredient, Peppermint does more than just make this stuff smell good. With antiseptic and antibacterial properties Peppermint oil is used to treat a number of scalp ailments. And, the benefits are more than just skin deep. According to Livestrong.com when used in aromatherapy “Peppermint oil is a natural stimulant that can increase your ability to concentrate during mental fatigue or stress. It can also boost your mood and help alleviate jet lag.”
Give it a whirl and start with Mister Pompadour’s Peppermint Shampoo and Conditioner duo.
This shampoo gets your hair nice and clean without stripping the moisture from your mane. Peppermint oil soothes and cools down itching and irritation. It also stimulates circulation to help heal the scalp. Added Tea Tree oil moisturizes and promotes hair growth. Use it everyday! It will remove dirt and oil without drying or damaging your hair. Mister Pompadour recommends using a small amount, about the size of a nickel will do the trick. Lather up and let it rest for sixty seconds before rinsing with warm water.
Its okay to skip shampooing and even considered healthy for your hair to do so. However, you should still use a little conditioner on the off days. It will lock in moisture, protect your hair and nourish your scalp. Mister Pompadour’s Peppermint Conditioner is infused with; you guessed it, natural Peppermint oil along with other moisturizing botanicals, vitamins and nutrients. Don’t rush the conditioning process. Leave it on for a full sixty seconds or even longer. Give the product a chance to really sink in so it can protect and moisturize your hair and scalp.
Finish up with Peppermint Pomade
This is the potion Jon Hamm used to get his hair just right for the Emmys. Peppermint Pomade won’t way your hair down. It has medium hold and high shine without being overly greasy. It will wash out easily and is made from all natural ingredients. After washing, towel-dry your hair, apply a little pomade and use a comb or your fingers to shape your minty fresh look.
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