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DURU 2in1 Hair Shampoo 600ml resmi

DURU 2in1 Hair Shampoo 600ml

With the renewed DURU Shampoo series, it is now easier to have stronger and shinier hair! With its powerful formula containing pearl extracts and varieties suitable for all hair types, it cleans your hair deeply, cleanses dandruff and nourishes your hair follicles and hair. Discover the renewed Duru Shampoo Series for lighter, cleaner, fragrant and well-groomed hair now! Rinse shampoos cleanse your hair deeply, It cleanses dead cells, dirt and oil. Duru conditioners moisturize your hair and provide the care it needs. With Duru / Evyap Quality
DURU Anti-dandruff Shampoo 600ml resmi

DURU Anti-dandruff Shampoo 600ml

Duru Anti-dandruff Care Shampoo 600 ml clears up flakes and fights the symptoms of dandruff from the first wash because of the formula made with Zinc Pyithione that relieves an itchy scalp and clears up those white flakes with regular use.
DURU Argan Oil Liquid Soap 500ml resmi

DURU Argan Oil Liquid Soap 500ml

Liquid soap with cold pressed argan oil and moisturizer.
DURU Baldo Rice 1kg resmi

DURU Baldo Rice 1kg

A hybrid of arborio and another rice named Stirpe 136, Turkish baldo rice is a plump, milled, short-grain rice grown in Turkey and Italy. The Turkish variety is particularly starchy and can absorb lots of moisture, which makes it very creamy and tender when cooked.
DURU Bath Soap w/ Olive Oil & Glycerine 4pk 600g resmi

DURU Bath Soap w/ Olive Oil & Glycerine 4pk 600g

Duru Natural Olive Oil Bath Soap nourishes, softens and revitalizes your skin.
DURU Buckwheat (Grecka) 1kg resmi

DURU Buckwheat (Grecka) 1kg

Buckwheat is a plant cultivated for its grain-like seeds and as a cover crop. The name "buckwheat" is used for several other species, such as Fagopyrum tataricum, a domesticated food plant raised in Asia. Despite the name, buckwheat is not closely related to wheat, as it is not a grass. Instead, buckwheat is related to sorrel, knotweed, and rhubarb. Buckwheat is referred to as a pseudocereal because its seeds' culinary use is the same as cereals', owing to their composition of complex carbohydrates.