Herbal hair care - Natural hair care
Are you concerned about toxic chemical products on your child's hair?
Try KINcare: 'The Natural Solution’ for ‘problem’ hair
- KlNcare: the essential alternative to chemicals for
- It does not contain organophosphates, pesticides or alcohol
- A unique non-toxic solution made from natural herbs such
- Gentle, pleasant fragrance yet effective for clearing away
- Mild enough for use by asthmatics, diabetics, nursing
mothers and pregnant women
- Use with KlNcare herbal conditioner to leave hair soft,
shiny and easier to comb
How to use KiNcare
The instructions are simple and practical:
Wet the hair thoroughly and use KlNcare natural solution - as a shampoo
for three consecutive days, leaving the lather on the hair for fifteen
minutes. Thoroughly rinse out the solution and carefully comb.
After the initial application KINcare should be used once, or
ideally, twice a week for sustained benefit.
KINcare comes in a 250-ml plastic bottle, enough for
approximately 25 applications.
KINcare herbal conditioner costs: £xxx
What is KINcare made of?
KINcare is made of tried and tested ingredients including the
organically grown, edible plants knotweed (polygonum), carrot (daucus),
parsley (petroselinum) and potatoe (solanum). These ingredients have
been giving benefit to users for centuries without ill effects. KINcare
does not contain insecticides.
Some people have used KINcare successfully in order to combat
headlice. But we are not allowed to advertise that usage because it has
not been specifically tested for that purpose.
Have you heard this one?
What do you call lice on a bald man's head?
What did the head lice say to the other head lice?
You wait here - I'll go on a head!
What do you call a top pop group made up of nits ?
The lice girls.
A nice head lice site:
More information about lice:
KINcare is still advertised as a Moraz
For more information on headlice see:
For a wonderful collection of lice in all shapes and sizes and
from all directions see:
Scientific information about lice and their relatives: