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What is Omni cleansing shampoo?

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Omni Cleansing Shampoo is a detoxifying hair treatment manufactured by Omni Cleansing Liquid. This product is used to eliminate all toxins from the scalp as well as the hair follicle. The company states that this product washes away chlorine, as well as other harmful residues, without damaging the hair.

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This product is used to repair the hair follicle to a natural, healthy state absent of chemical damage. Many factors lead to hair damage, including pollutants, cigarette smoking, substance abuse and chemical treatments. This shampoo has been formulated to first cleanse, detoxify and finally restore the hair of any damage. As of 2014, a 3-pound bottle of Omni Cleansing Shampoo sells at a number of vitamin stores starting at $24.99.

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