Dove scalp nourishment is a cult favorite.

But, like so many cults, it isn’t a real thing.

Read more: Dove scalp nourishments, the most common cult favorite, are a misnomer.

Dive scalp nourishes, the name given to the cult of the scalp, actually contains a lot of false claims about its efficacy.

It’s the only product on the market that claims to treat scalp inflammation, dryness, and a host of other conditions.

The product itself contains nothing more than water and a little salt, according to Dove’s website.

Diversified, the company claims to be the “world’s largest provider of natural products to the cosmetics industry.”

Diverged products are often touted as better for the skin than the original, but that’s a bit of a misperception.

The products are marketed to help you get more done by increasing your efficiency and focus.

Dove has a long history of promoting products that boost energy and improve your overall health, and this is no exception.

It is, after all, marketed as a beauty product.

In fact, diversified moisturizers and cleansers have been around for decades, and Dove is just the latest to try to push its products to those who would be the most inclined to purchase them.

“We believe that all people deserve the ability to focus and improve their lives,” Dove founder and CEO, Mary Jo Foley, said in a statement.

“We want to help people achieve their goals through holistic care that focuses on quality and wellness.”

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