Ambunu or False sesame the 1st 3 in 1 treatment that washes, detangles and moisturizes!

AMBUNU is a plant that comes from the Sahel in Africa.

The AMBUNU presented by Sahel Cosmetics is a natural plant straight from Chad 🇹🇩, it is one of the miracle plants of Africa with countless virtues still very little known in France.

It is a natural cleansing and emollient plant that strengthens the hair, gives it shine and volume. Ambunu helps prevent scalp dryness and therefore reduces hair loss. The great advantage of Ambunu is its emollient power ideal for detangling .

Ambunu also fights alopecia, relieves itching and reduces hair loss.
Sahel Cosmetics reveals to you the beauty secrets of the women of Chad.

Suitable for the whole family and all hair types although it will be much more effective in detangling curly to frizzy hair gently without breaking it.

Usage tips :

Quick preparation 10 minutes:
- Use 3 tablespoons of Ambunu.
- Heat about 500ml of water in a saucepan or faster in a kettle. No need to boil it.
- Leave to stand and infuse for 10 minutes, you will see it smells of green tea.

The hot water will allow the leaves to activate and release its active ingredients.

Once you find the Sticky "Gooey" mixture as we say in English, it means that the preparation is good!
- Leave the mixture to cool.
- Use a pantyhose as a strainer or (a little trick) a milk bag to collect all the preparation and get rid of the leaves.
To note: The preparation can be used with the leaves but I prefer without to avoid putting it everywhere in the bathroom (lol).
Unlike classic natural shampoo, you can put it all over your head!
  • Section your hair in 2 or 4 then gently pour the mixture of water (lukewarm) + leaves or without the leaves on your hair.
  • Massage your scalp as usual.
  • Take the opportunity to detangle the hair with your fingers first, then use your detangling brush. Detangling is magic, in the blink of an eye your hair is detangled and hydrated at the same time.

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