Massage a generous amount into wet hair. Rinse and repeat as desired. It is unnecessary to follow with a conditioner.
- Giant sea kelp – high in protein, iodine and calcium, which strengthens hair and helps reduce split ends and breakage. Clarifies as it removes unwanted toxins and environmental pollutants.
- Bladderwrack seaweed – rich in nutrients and essential amino acids for healthy hair, bladderwack is a natural polymer with a high percentage of sodium alginate to create texture.
- Irish moss – contains Vitamin A and C, which naturally condition hair and Vitamin B, which helps maintain a healthy scalp.
- Dulse seaweed – rich in protein, potassium, iron, Vitamin K and iodine, which strengthen hair and protect from damage.
- Seaberry oil (sea buckthorn oil) – rich in Vitamin A & E that help fight aging in hair and combat dryness, brittleness, thinning and breakage. Vitamins B1, B2, and B6 rejuvenate and create healthy blood cells, which transport oxygen through the hair.
- Spring pea protein – naturally derived protein that promotes moisture retention and improves hair manageability, forms a protective film and reduces breakage of fine hair.
- Shikakai – mixed with water and used as shampoo in India for hundreds of years. Mild and exceptional cleansing properties. Conditions scalp and removes dandruff.
- Desert date (balanites aegyptiaca) – derived from a tree grown in tropical Africa. A gentle cleansing agent with unsaturated fatty acids that moisturize and nourish hair.
- Gypsophila – a gentle cleansing agent.
- Vitamin E – conditions and strengthens hair.
- Honey quat moisturizer – low molecular weight allows it to penetrate the hair shaft and provide long-lasting moisture, shine and luster.
- Grape seed oil – an anti-humectant that locks in moisture and protects hair from humidity.
- Menthol – cleanses and invigorates the scalp.
The perfect rinse after a salon colour treatment, gentle cleansing agents remove colour and the low PH closes the cuticle to lock in colour.