Live Naturally - Organic Herbal Hair Conditioner
Our Organic Apple Cider Vinegar Herbal Hair Rinse Conditioner with organic soapnut liquid extract can help restore your scalps pH, clarifies hair, can help soothe itchy scalp, helps relieve dandruff & can also restore shine to processed or tired hair.
+ KEY INGREDIENTS +
+ ORGANIC APPLE CIDER VINEGAR in our hair rinse conditioner helps to remove any residue, and also helps to close the hair cuticles which means fewer tangles and shiny hair. It also helps promote circulation on the scalp.
+ ORGANIC SEA BUCKTHORN OIL helps stimulate hair growth while improving the overall health of your hair, scalp, and skin. Rich in vitamins A & E which is actively involved in the rejuvenation and renewal of cell membranes, and are superior antioxidants which help to fight aging in hair and skin -- combating dryness, brittleness, thinning, and breakage.
+ ORGANIC ALOE VERA is known to work wonders in promoting shine and moisture in hair, and preventing hair loss and dandruff. Aloe vera contains enzymes that promote hair growth. The proteolitic enzymes found in aloe vera help to eradicate dead skin cells on the scalp. Aloe Vera’s keratolic action breaks down the sebum and dead scalp cells. Aloe Vera’s alkalizing properties balances the pH level of the scalp and hair which results in further hair growth and retains moisture in the scalp.
+ ORGANIC BOTANICAL EXTRACTS: Soapnuts, Fenugreek, Rosemary and Nettle are great conditioners and help fight dandruff. Mullein and Birch are great for scalps, help with dandruff and gives good shine. Chamomile, Calendula, Hibiscus, Marshmallow and Licorice help soothe and condition. Herbs like Burdock, Horsetail, Sage, Dandelion, Ginseng, Soapnuts, Licorice, Marshmallow, Rosemary and Birch all promote hair growth.
HOW TO USE: Simply spray onto hair from roots/scalp to ends of your hair. Massage/comb through from roots to ends of hair. Rinse out. For sensitive scalps or really dry hair/dyed hair you may want to use ONLY once or twice a week. If your hair is on the dry side, you may want to follow up with a leave-in-conditioner/serum.