Supplier's Corner

Laboratoires Sérobiologiques Presents Vegels Propolis

October 7, 2008

Stinging, irritation, tingling, itching …your scalp reminds you everyday how your environment, way of life and stress can create unpleasant sensations on the head. But beyond this, these sensations can also be the first signs of worse conditions: dandruff, eczema and oily hair by over-activation of the sebaceous glands. Propolis, also known as bee glue and bee propolis, is a brownish resinous substance collected by bees mainly from poplar and conifer buds and used to seal their hives. Due to its antimicrobial properties, propolis helps keep the hives free of germs. Vegeles Propolis—a new ingredient from Laboratoires Sérobiologiques— contains natural propolis, with moisturizing and anti-inflammatory properties. According to the company, it is ideal for shampoos, conditioners and sprays. More info: www.laboratoires-serobiologiques.com
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