Perfect for coloured, chemically-treated and blow-dried hair, this nourishing daily conditioner works to strengthen and banish dryness and damage.
Enriched with Green Tea and Rosemary to naturally nuture the scalp and hair shaft, B vitamins also work to boost hair health while proteins promote shine.
The organic conditioner also helps prevent scalp dryness and loss of natural oils thanks to Aloe Vera and Jojoba. The formula also features Avocado, to naturally revive and rebuild the strength of the hair.
AQUA (SPRING WATER), CETEARYL ALCOHOL (EMULSIFYING PLANT WAX), SIMMONDSIA CHINENSIS (JOJOBA) SEED OIL*, CETRIMONIUM CHLORIDE (CONDITIONING AGENT), PERSEA GRATISSIMA (AVOCADO) OIL*, LEVULINIC ACID (PLANT DERIVED), LECITHIN (FROM SUNFLOWER OIL), ALOE BARBADENSIS (ALOE VERA) LEAF JUICE POWDER*, FAEX (YEAST) EXTRACT, CAMELLIA SINENSIS (GREEN TEA) LEAF EXTRACT*, ROSMARINUS OFFICINALIS (ROSEMARY) LEAF EXTRACT*, CITRUS NOBILIS (MANDARIN) SEED EXTRACT, CITRUS AURANTIUM BERGAMIA (BERGAMOT) SEED EXTRACT, CITRUS AURANTIUM DULCIS (ORANGE) SEED EXTRACT, AROMA [PELARGONIUM GRAVEOLENS (ROSE GERANIUM) OIL*^, SANTALUM AUSTROCALEDONICUM (SANDALWOOD) WOOD OIL*, LAVANDULA ANGUSTIFOLIA (LAVENDER) HERB OIL*^, LAVANDULA HYBRIDA (LAVANDIN) HERB OIL*, CITRUS AURANTIUM DULCIS (SWEET ORANGE) PEEL OIL*], POTASSIUM SORBATE, LINALOOL*, LIMONENE*, GERANIOL*, CITRONELLOL*.
Ethical responsibility is at the heart of what Green People do. They are proud to present this product in fully recyclable, renewable sugar cane packaging. This renewable raw material is planted far from any areas of rainforest, on land that is deemed of inferior quality for food production. Using this degraded pasture land helps soil to recover for future use as farmland. Making the move away from fossil fuels is not where the benefits of Sugar Cane end. Whilst the plant is being cultivated, it captures CO2 so efficiently that Sugar Cane plastic is actually a carbon negative product. For every kg produced, 3.09 kgs of CO2 is removed from the air. Green People’s sun lotions and shampoos are the first to feature this new packaging, with the brand looking to switch packaging where possible to recycled or renewably sourced material by 2022.