sumac wax

sumac wax

[′sü‚mak ‚waks]
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Ingredients include red algae, cotton extract and sumac wax, which deliver hydration and smoothness, apple and orange extracts to restore natural shine, and essential oils to clean the hair and gently scent it.
Sumac wax, called Urushi wax in Japan, is extracted from the fruit peel of Sumac verniciflua.
Sumac wax Sumac Verniciflua Does not include hydrogenated or admixed compositions.