Herbal Co-Wash | Marshmallow & Babassu Cleansing Conditioner
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Cleanse and condition your hair at the same time with this nourishing co-wash, featuring babassu oil and marshmallow root! This no-lather cleansing conditioner is formulated with antibacterial herbal extracts to gently & effectively remove buildup from the hair and scalp.
Willow bark and witch hazel extracts cleanse without drying or stripping the hair of its natural oils, resulting in stronger, shinier, more manageable hair.
Perfect for dry, chemically treated hair, as well as kinky & curly natural styles.
♥ Silicone & Sulfate Free / Curly-Girl Approved
♥ pH Balanced
♥ Color Safe
Directions: A little goes a long way! Distribute evenly to wet hair in sections and massage scalp. Work through hair with fingers. Rinse thoroughly.
♥ Marshmallow Root - Provides ample mucilage (slip), which helps detangle, soften and add shine to hair.
♥ Babassu Oil - Highly absorbent oil and which fully penetrates the hair shaft for maximum moisture retention. Rich in lauric acid, vitamin E and antioxidants.
♥ Horsetail Extract - Rich in silica, a collagen forming protein, which strengthens the strand and helps repair weak, brittle, damaged hair.
♥ Willow Bark - Contains salicylic acid which cleanses and exfoliates to remove flakes and dead skin cells.
♥ Witch Hazel - Rich in tannins, which have cleansing and anti-inflammatory properties.
♥ Provitamin B5 - A humectant which draws moisture from the environment into hair. Adds body and shine.
♥ Rice Protein - Strengthens and adds elasticity to hair, preventing split ends and breakage.
Ingredients: Purified Water (Aqua), Cetearyl Alcohol, Behentrimonium Methosulfate (Conditioning Emulsifier), Marshmallow Root (Althaea Officinalis) Extract, Horsetail (Equisetum Arvense) Extract, Willow (Salix Nigra) Bark Extract, Witch Hazel (Hamamelis Virginiana), Babassu (Orbignya Oleifera) Oil, Cetrimonium Chloride, DL-Panthenol (Provitamin B5), Rice Protein, Phthalate-Free Fragrance, Optiphen, Citric Acid