In Buddhist philosophy, purification is very important, it is the first rule of wellness and applies to body and soul. The term kudoku in Japanese means benefit: “ku” stands for “extinguish the evil,” “doku” stands for “let the good emerge.”
This happens not only to our soul but also to our skin. A skin that is intoxicated (by smog, stress, atmospheric agents, etc.) makes the hair weaker, thinner, dull or causes a premature falling out. With our shampoo we will eliminate all toxins without damaging what we need.
Kudoku is not just a shampoo, but a real ritual of settling: it frees the skin from toxins and, with its fragrance, rebalances and stimulates the soul. It can be used as a normal shampoo or, to enhance its properties, we recommend our ritual.
- Wet and wring out a towel with very hot water, wrap dry and dirty hair by creating a turban, leave on for seven minutes;
- Apply small amounts of shampoo (only to the skin) to the front, middle, side and back of the head by making small circular movements and using fairly intense pressure and leave on for five minutes;
- Emulsify with a little water and add more shampoo if necessary;
- Rub with circular movements the entire skin and leave on for two minutes;
- Rinse and proceed with the mask.
For an even more glossy effect we recommend the last rinse with natural mineral water. One wash should be enough. Proceed with the second shampoo as needed.
Et voilà… you will have improved your state of well-being.
Special formulation with purifying and anti-dandruff action, with the ability to respect the natural physiology of the scalp.
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