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[Soak your hair in serum for 24 hours. ] Skin care-derived hair care-dedicated high-concentration "beauty serum" & "moisturizing cream" that gives aging, damaged, and dry hair firmness and firmness, and wraps the hair with moisture and gloss. This is a non-washing treatment (out-bath treatment) that repairs and moisturizes with two bottles. ["Hair care essence" Rustic "Lustique" Hair Serum Damage Repair (120mL) to thoroughly repair damaged hair] "Internal Repair" Nano Platinum, blended ceramide repairs keratin fibers in the hair, moisture Will lead to a state of firmly holding. << Cuticle Repair >> Repair the cuticle that protects the surface of the hair with golden silk and black pearl so that the stored moisture is not released. ["Moisturizing cream dedicated to hair care" Rustic "Lustique" hair cream moist (120g)]

10 types of moisturizing ingredients derived from skin care confine moisture in the repaired hair. Argan oil, camellia oil, placenta, deep hyaluronic acid, collagen, fullerene, squalane, shea butter, keratin, royal jelly [Enchanted fresh jasmine scent] The top note with a refreshing pair (pear), and a fresh, fruity scent for adults with a fresh jasmine floral overlay. [How to use ラスティーク "Lustique" Premium Hair Care Set] "Hair Serum Damage Repair (Before Drying Hair)" 1. Dry the hair firmly after taking a bath. 2. Take the hair serum and apply it to the whole wet hair. 3. Dry firmly with a dryer. ◆ 《Hair Cream Moist (After Drying Hair)》 1. Take the hair cream and apply it to the whole dry hair. 2. Completely blend into areas where dryness is worrisome (such as hair tips).

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