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ICHIKAMI Natural Care Select Moist Shampoo

ICHIKAMI Natural Care Select Moist Shampoo

Release Date
480ml Bottle / 340ml Refill
Kracie Holdings Ltd
Product Type
¥1,000 / ¥800

ICHIKAMI Natural Care Select Moist Shampoo is a Japanese shampoo for sensitive scalp, stressed hair.

Formulated with over 90% naturally-derived ingredients, this amino acid-based shampoo is specially formulated for sensitive scalp. It easily works into a foamy lather to gently cleanse away impurities without dryness or aggravating scalp sensitivity. A selected Japanese botanical blend of rice bran, Japanese camellia, and yuzu fruit nourishes and repairs hair.

Silicone-free, sulphate-free. It leaves dry hair silky, moisturised, and manageable.

Fresh Citrus Floral Fragrance (100% naturally derived)




Water,, lauramidopropyl betaine,, sodium lauroyl methylaminopropionate,, PEG-7 glyceryl cocoate,, PPG-2 cocamide,, oryza sativa (rice) bran extract,, camellia japonica seed extract,, do.not.copy,, citrus junos fruit extract,, citric acid,, ceteareth-60 myristyl glycol,, polyquaternium-10,, polyquaternium-7,, butylene glycol,, alcohol,, disodium EDTA,, sodium benzoate,, fragrance,, caramel.



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4 Comments on ICHIKAMI Natural Care Select Moist Shampoo

  1. Hey, I was wondering what are your suggestions for the best Japanese shampoos and conditioners to use for Asian hair that’s been color dyed lighter than natural black? I’ve heard of the Shiseido Fino hair mask treatment, but don’t know what are the best shampoos and conditioners for color treated Asian hair.

    • You’d have to be a lot more specific with your hair type and concerns. Asian and colour-treated pretty much describe every young Japanese women. &Honey and Mixim Potion are both currently very popular in Japan amongst those with drier hair. They’re quite nice and inexpensive.

  2. Do you think this shampoo would be color safe? I’m in Japan and ran out of the shampoo I brought, so I’m looking for a color safe shampoo. I saw this one in a store and I was intrigued, but couldn’t read the label! Thanks!

    • “Colour-safe” is nothing more than a marketing term. Water is the main cause of hair colour fading. Any shampoo regardless of the cleansing agents it contains — even just rinsing hair with water — will cause the colour to fade. There’s no science to support the popular notion that sulphates (or certain types of surfactants) will strip colours.

      Shampoos advertised to be colour-safe or for colour-treated hair aren’t common in Japan. I don’t recall ever seeing this sort of marketing labels.

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