ExtroDerm Shampoo

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DADO SENS ExtroDerm Shampoo

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Mild shampoo for extremely dry, flaky and sensitive scalp. Cleanses gently, soothes the scalp, can reduce itching. Strengthens hair structure, gives shine and body to hair. With mild tensides, salt from the dead sea and panthenol. Also suitable for daily use.

  • Can also accompany therapy for atopic dermatitis & psoriasis

  • Suitable for young children

100 % free from fragrance, colorant, preservatives, paraffin, silicone, PEG, animal extracts

Gently massage into wet hair, and allow to work briefly. Rinse thoroughly with lukewarm water.

Ingredients

Ingredients*

  • AQUA [WATER]
    • Spring water or thermal water. Water from the Bunter sandstone strata of the Northern Black Forest. Transported from our own wells drilled at a depth of 165 m. Unchlorinated and naturally pure. For moisturizing the skin’s surface and as a solvent for water-soluble active substances and botanical extracts. In ProBalance, REGENERATION E and Ectoin Anti-Aging Fluid, we use the mineral-rich thermal water from Bad Wildbad instead of spring water.
  • LAURYL GLUCOSIDE
    • An active cleansing substance/surfactant. A very mild and very easily biodegradable surfactant of plant origin. A compound of natural coconut fatty acids.
  • SODIUM LAURYL SULFOACETATE
    • An active cleansing substance/surfactant, SLSA. A surfactant of plant origin with excellent foaming properties. It is often confused with the much more frequently used and less expensive sulfate surfactants SLS (sodium lauryl sulfate) and SLES (sodium laureth sulfate) found in conventional products.
  • SODIUM COCOAMPHOACETATE
    • An active cleansing substance/surfactant. A biodegradable surfactant with good skin-compatibility from coconut fatty acids.
  • SODIUM CHLORIDE
    • Sodium chloride/table salt. Deployed in cosmetics as an auxiliary substance to thicken surfactant products, such as shampoos and shower gels, for example.
  • CAPRYL/CAPRAMIDOPROPYL BETAINE
    • An active cleansing substance/surfactant. A very mild and easily biodegradable surfactant.
  • SODIUM METHYL COCOYL TAURATE
    • An active cleansing substance/surfactant. A biodegradable surfactant of plant origin with good skin-compatibility.
  • LECITHIN
    • Lecithin. A substance similar to fat, with emulsifying properties. Can be found in vegetable oils from which it is derived. It cares for the skin and hair, and improves combability. Special lecithins can be made into liposomes in which active ingredients can be encapsulated and protected, improving their bioavailability when applied to the skin.
  • MARIS SAL [SEA SALT]
    • The sea salt from Brittany and the Dead Sea is used as a sustainable, gentle exfoliant. The dissolved minerals and trace elements have a caring, soothing and moisturizing effect.
  • CITRIC ACID
    • Citric acid. Derived by fermentation from corn substrate. Used to regulate the pH value of cosmetics.
  • GLYCERYL CAPRYLATE
    • A surfactant/co-emulsifier. Produced from plant glycerin and plant fatty acids. It has moisturizing, emulsifying and caring properties.
  • LEVULINIC ACID
    • Levulinic acid. An acid from fructose that stabilizes the pH value.
  • PANTHENYL ETHYL ETHER
    • Panthenol and ethanol. An oil-soluble form of panthenol that is used in lipsticks, for example. Converts to pantothenic acid/vitamin B5 on the skin. It binds moisture and has a regenerating effect, and therefore wound-healing properties.
  • PHENYLPROPANOL
    • Phenylpropanol. An alcohol used as a solvent and auxiliary substance in raw materials.
  • SODIUM LEVULINATE
    • Sodium salt of levulinic acid. Stabilizes the pH value of cosmetics and has a mild antibacterial effect.
  • P-ANISIC ACID
    • Anisic acid. Stabilizes the pH value of cosmetics and has a mild antibacterial effect.
  • HYDROLYZED WHEAT PROTEIN
    • Hydrolyzed wheat protein. Obtained by enzymatic hydrolysis of wheat germ. Supplies the hair with moisture and improves its combability and condition.


  • *The declaration on the packaging prevails.
    Listing the ingredients in accordance with INCI (the International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients) allows a uniform, language-independent declaration of ingredients throughout Europe. Please see the list above for an explanation of the INCIs.