Cleanses, exfoliates and renews the scalp with wintergreen derived salicylic acid. It is clinically proven to remove the build up of sebum and product residue that can clog pores and affect healthy hair. It nourishes dry, tight scalps with extracts from millet seed and milk thistle, equalising the lipid balance. Contains densiplex an invigorating blend of Ayurvedic herbs, including turmeric and ginseng. One of 7 ground breaking products honoured with gold level cradle to cradle certification. It is available in 50ml, 200ml and 1 litre.
'Invati' exfoliating shampoo is rated
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Very watery, and very overpricedI have used 6 other types of Aveda shampoo, despite the hype, Invati is the only one I wouldn't buy again. Their shampoos are usually very thick, and therefore economical in use, as little is needed. I was disappointed at using this for the first time, as it was so watery, about £2's worth poured through my fingers. Also, it seemed to lather less well than their other shampoos, so iI had to use twice as much. My fine hair seems no thicker or better conditioned.
I ordered online, but intend to ask at an Aveda counter, if I have been sent a substandard batch. For a similar price, Aveda Damage Remedy is better quality, as are the cheaper Brilliant and Shampure shampoos.