Bring out high shine after conditioning and seal in moisture with red wine vinegar and grapes. Resveratrol, found in the skins and seeds of grapes, is an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and helps repair sun damage. The lower pH of red wine vinegar helps seal nourishing ingredients into your strands by closing the hair cuticle after conditioning.
Bring out high shine after conditioning with green tea, ginger, and apple cider vinegar to give it a cuticle-closing pH level of 3.0.
A signature scent of chocolate and coffee make this our best seller, with ingredients including Avocado, Chocolate, Purified Water, Macadamia Nut Oil, Palm Fruit Kernel Oil, and Espresso. These ingredients make this conditioner a stimulating, extra nourishing concoction for your strands.
This is our best-selling Desert Moisturizer with castor seed oil added for extra moisture sealing. Unscented. Note: Castor seed oil can have humectant properties. Make sure it works for you in your particular environment.
Green tea, avocado and ginger - relaxing, nourishing, and stimulating all in one. Select the ingredient links below for descriptions - you'll read about green tea's UV protecting qualities, avocado's highly nourishing properties, and ginger's scalp-stimulating characteristics. It all mixes together for a naturally great scent.
A buttery blend that provides deep softening for your strands, and soothing herbs.
Orange is a cleansing fruit that adds softness and shine to hair, increases scalp circulation, and offers a refreshing scent. Ginger contains fatty acids recommended for hair thinning/loss, and increases circulation in the scalp to stimulate hair follicles. Also contains palm fruit kernel oil, and coconut oil, with added benefits of great detangling and helping dandruff.
The marshmallow and slippery elm bark create a 'slip' that makes it easier to detangle hair as you condition and cleanse. The active herbs are steeped into this conditioner, and slide away debris on your strands. The mucilage of both marshmallow and slippery elm make them great conditioning herbs due to their water retention properties.