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Tlotsa Shampoo & Tlotsa Conditioner
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The Tlotsa company recently introduced Tlotsa shampoo with a Tlotsa conditioner
Both are enriched with aloe. Aloe also has amazing benefits for hair and scalp.
So what are these benefits of the Tlotsa Shampo & Tlotsa conditioner?
Here’s are three top reasons you should use the Tlotsa Shampoo and Tlotsa Conditioner
1. Promote Healthy Hair Growth
Aloe Vera may activate new hair growth.
By increasing blood circulation to the scalp, delivering critical nutrients that stimulate hair growth.
Aloe vera also contains proteolytic enzymes that repair dead skin cells on the scalp.
2. Prevents Dandruff
Dandruff has several causes, including dry skin, fungal infections, and irritated oily skin.
Aloe Vera helps with all these conditions.
Its anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties fight fungus, while the gel also hydrates and balances oiliness.
3. Nourishes and Conditions the Hair and Scalp
Just as it moisturizes the skin, Aloe vera softens and conditions the hair.
Regular use helps restore shine and vitality.
Unlike conventional, chemical-based moisturizing hair products, Aloe Vera doesn’t leave behind a nasty residue and greasy build-up.
Tlotsa Shampoo and Tlotsa Conditioner comes from Lesotho and is made by the Tlotsa company.
Tlotsa is a line of natural skincare and haircare products manufactured by the Lesotho-based Tlotsa Company. The company was founded in 2010 by Maneo Malataliana after spending 5 years being unemployed with her mechanical engineering degree. Tlotsa company manufactures skin products such as petroleum jelly, glycerine and body cream out of a local aloe and prickly pear.
In the beginning, Maneo only produced 200 litres of petroleum jelly a month.
But today her company produces over 4000 litres a month and supply local supermarkets, sales agents in South Africa and Botswana.