Our luxurious, moisturizing shampoo formulated for All Hair Textures and Types for Normal to Dry Scalp Types.
Aloe vera, gentle natural cleansers, and potent herbal infusions work in perfect harmony to effectively remove impurities and excess oil.
Rich plant oils and distinct herbal infusions create potent synergy to treat scalp conditions, retain hair moisture, soften and add shine while stimulating follicle circulation to increase the flow of nourishment, encouraging strong, continued hair growth.
Formulated to moisturize normal to dry scalp conditions.
A normal to dry scalp doesn’t have excess oil until 3-6 days after shampooing.
This product is:
– Non – GMO Plant Sourced
– No Animal Testing
– Made in The USA
8 oz – 240 ml / 2 oz – 60 ml
Saponified Coconut oil, *Aloe Vera Leaf Juice, Vitamin Infused Water, *Vegetable Glycerin, §Xanthan Gum, *Camelina Oil, *Hemp Seed Oil, *Coconut Oil, *Evening Primrose Oil, *Apricot Oil, *Jojoba Oil, *Grape Seed Oil, *Burdock, *Calendula, *Cayenne, *Chamomile, *Cinnamon, *Horsetail, *Goldenseal, *Lavender, *Flax, *Alfalfa, *Peppermint, *Catnip, *Oregano, *Ginseng, *Rose Hips, *Rosemary, *Sage, *Dandelion, *Thyme, *Linden flowers, *Nettle, Potassium Sorbate, †Ylang Ylang Essential Oil, †Orange Essential Oil, †Rosemary Essential Oil, †Lavender Essential Oil.
(†=Organic , *= Certified Organic, §=Non-GMO Plant Sourced, ‡=Wildcrafted)
How To Use
Divide scalp into four areas – top, sides, and back. Apply a small amount to each area. Massage in thoroughly. Add more water during the massage to help distribute suds if needed. Leave in 1-3 minutes, allowing micronutrients to stimulate follicle circulation and nourish the scalp. Rinse and repeat if necessary.
Adding water while massaging shampoo through the hair helps disperse the product for an effective cleanse.
If your house water is hard, containing high calcium and magnesium mineral content, it can affect the performance of your natural shampoo and conditioner. Heavy minerals build up and affect natural conditioners ability to soften and penetrate. The minerals in hard water decrease lathering capabilities, this is why:
Hard water contains an adversary to natural soaps – calcium. Calcium has a strong positive charge. Soap molecules are negatively charged and when they come in contact with positively-charged calcium the two bond together, with no charge at all.
This greatly reduces the ability of the soap to remove dirt and oil.
More about Josh Rosebrook
"True beauty is a way of living, a way of loving yourself''. I opened my first salon in Portland, Oregon, when I was 10 years old. I found an antique barber’s chair in our basement and soon was styling and fixing the hair of all the kids in the neighborhood. It came naturally to me; I instinctively knew how to cut and style their hair to give them the look they wanted. Read more
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