Along the path you see above, in the heart of the park of Monza, people go for a run. And this is where I've taken the pictures of Davines. It's an Italian brand present in the hair salons of 75 countries of the world, on all continents, that chose to be eco-friendly thanks to natural ingredients and to the packaging, with 25% less of plastic. Davines also promotes reforestation projects. The products do not contain parabens or sulphates.
These products belong to two different lines: The shampoo and oil to SU, which in Sanskrit means "the one who has bright hair", while the cream to OI, with restructuring effect. I use all of them, with my thin, frizzy and brittle hair, I need a heavy support.
SUshampoo is also used to cleanse the body. It contains, as the whole line, crambe abyssinica seed oil, wheat protein extract, walnut, apricot butter, rice bran oil, jojoba oil, vitamin E. It has a good consistency, you have to use a little products and is lightly scented. It protects the hair from sun, sea salt and chlorine. But also from the smog and pollution.
The milk SU, to be used after rinse, is extra lightweight, does not weigh down the hair and detangles really well (I use 8-10 sprays, thin hair is terrible after washing).
The OI conditioner is rich, just scented, a mask of a few minutes after washing your hair makes it creamy thanks to Roucou oil, an Amazonian plant rich in beta-carotene, with antioxidant and restorative effect :)
Thanks to my little Lorenzo, 8 years old, for the pic of his mummy :)