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Malano Black Hair Shampoo?

Morinda Citrifolia is assumed to have originated in Southeast Asia and was distributed throughout the Pacific islands by natural and man-made means. It is believed that approximately 2000 years ago, ancient people of French Polynesia brought the NONI plant with them as a source of food and medicine whenthey colonized the islands of the South Pacific. NONI, commonly known as Indian Mulberry (in India) was considered a sacred plant in Ayurveda and is mentioned in ancient texts as Ashyuka

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Malano Black Hair Shampoo?

Morinda Citrifolia is assumed to have originated in Southeast Asia and was distributed throughout the Pacific islands by natural and man-made means. It is believed that approximately 2000 years ago, ancient people of French Polynesia brought the NONI plant with them as a source of food and medicine whenthey colonized the islands of the South Pacific. NONI, commonly known as Indian Mulberry (in India) was considered a sacred plant in Ayurveda and is mentioned in ancient texts as Ashyuka

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HOW TO USE YOUR
Malano BLACK HAIR SHAMPOO

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Step 1

Cleanse the hair with any shampoo and dry with towel.

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Step 2

Wear gloves and empty the sachet into a bowl and stir it well.

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Step 3

Apply it on hair and keep massaging for 5 minutes.

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Step 4

Wait for 10 Minutes and rinse well with water.