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Thermafuse Targets Problem Hair

September 8, 2006

Eight Elixir from Thermafuse contains non-pathogenic bacterial cultures that digest excess detergents, proteins, product residue and more. It can be used to remove topical build-up, water soluble stylers and soap film, volumize fine and thinning hair and act as a waterless shampoo. Eight Elixir also contains HeatSmart Complex, a system of silicone and wheat protein molecules. A 10 oz. bottle retails for $20. More info: www. thermafuse.com.
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