A sensationally-scented solid conditioner that's big on volume and shine. Fine sea salt adds softness and body, and glycerine helps retain moisture. Protein-rich toothed wrack seaweed helps make your hair more manageable. A squeeze of fresh lime and lemon juice get to work on adding gloss by helping the cuticles to lie flat and reflect light. Work the bar between the hands before applying a small amount into wet hair; a little goes a long way.
About 10 months ago
So with my plastic free ambition I have now swithced to solid conditioners and can't understand why I didn't do it years ago! It is going to last me for such a long time so will save me money, and with only a few strokes through my hair it spreads well and smells amazing after! I have really long hair...
- Glyceryl Stearate & PEG-100 Stearate
- Fine Sea Salt
- Cetearyl Alcohol & Sodium Lauryl Sulfate
- Extra Virgin Coconut Oil
- Cetearyl Alcohol
- Toothed Wrack Seaweed
- Fresh Organic Lemon Juice
- Organic Jojoba Oil
- Fresh Organic Lime Juice
- Propylene Glycol
- Guar Gum
- Vanilla Absolute
- Vetivert Oil
- Jasmine Absolute
- Bergamot Oil
- Candelilla Wax
- Titanium Dioxide
- Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone
3 / 4 people found this helpful
About 2 years ago
Smells great and leaves my hair soft and shiny. My hair is both way too long and very thick though so just rubbing it in my hands and then applying it does nothing, i just rub the whole thing on my head and it works perfectly.
About 3 months ago
What a great plastic free conditioner!
Other reviews mention “No lather”?!
I’m not sure what conditioner they use but mine has never lathered!
I find that by rubbing it in your hands like a bar of soap it doesn’t feel rich enough but it certainly is after you rinse.
Leaves hair feeling smooth, not heavy and with a delightfully light floral scent!
2 days ago
About 2 days ago
At first me and this conditioner didn’t get on at all. My hair looked greasy and static at the same time (who the heck knew that was even possible!). After a few days though we had a breakthrough, (after I threatened to throw it out of the window). If your hair is oily like mine don’t apply it on your roots, start a couple of inches down and smooth it directly onto your hair to avoid static when it’s dried. Now I’ve figured out how to make it work for me, I’m not going back to bottles of plastic gloop that pass for conditioner.
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