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Conditioner Bar Tangerine scent - Zero Waste

Conditioner Bar Tangerine scent - Zero Waste

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Naturally smooth Zero Waste Conditioner Bar Tangerine scent

This conditioner feels pleasant, very gentle, and foams well. It's very gentle for your hair. Does not contain silicones, parabens, artificial dyes, and perfumes.

When we wash hair, the hair loses its natural protective film, its shine and becomes drier. Static electricity causes hair to fly around the head and is difficult to style. However, if we use conditioner after washing our hair, these negative symptoms disappear. The conditioner wraps and smooths the hair shaft, thus reducing the physical tension of the hair, reducing the negative charge and increasing the fullness and shine. The conditioner is thus not only used for easy detangling but also as protection from external influences.

The advantage of a solid zero waste bar is the high concentration of active substances.

Scent: Tangerine

Size: 20 gr

How to use: Run the shampoo cube over wet hair until foam starts to form, then lather with your hands. Rinse thoroughly and repeat if necessary.

Ingredients (INCI): Cetyl Alcohol, Butyrospermum Parkii Butter, Cetearyl Alcohol, Behentrimonium Methosulfate, Simmondsia Chinensis Seed Oil, Panthenol, Hydrolysed Wheat Protein, Citrus Reticulata Peel Oil, Limonene*, Linalool*, *part of essential oils

Detailed composition:

  • Bambucké máslo

  • Jojobový olej

  • d-Panthenol

  • Keratin

  • Přírodní emulgátory

    "To be honest, I have been never a fan of solid cosmetics until I tried this solid shampoo bar with a refreshing scent. Now I am really looking forward to washing my hair because it feels so nice. It feels so natural and good to support the environment, by using less plastic. Did you know that one bar is equivalent to 3 liquid bottles? That means one bar can save 3 plastic bottles from being made or disposed of in landfills around the world. Isn't it worth the try? :-)" Jana 

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