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Ethique Conditioner Concentrate Oily - Normal 50g

Ethique Conditioner Concentrate Oily - Normal 50g

Regular price $12.95 AUD
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The World's first concentrate in a bar. If you love your liquid conditioner but don't love the plastic we have the perfect solution. This bar can be broken into pieces (think a bar of chocolate), mix with boiling water and you've got a fresh batch of liquid conditioner. Pour into an existing bottle and away you go!

This conditioner contains lime and orange and is ideal to help balance oily to normal hair.

  • Each bar makes 350g liquid conditioner.
  • Certified compostable packaging
  • Sustainable and palm oil free
  • Certified Cruelty Free & Vegan
  • Made with naturally derived ingredients
  • Safe for septic tanks and greywater safe

Vegan and cruelty free. Made in New Zealand. Packaged in a recyclable and compostable cardboard box.

To make:

  • Snap the block into triangles along the indented lines.
  • Place pieces in a heat proof container.
  • Pour 325ml(325g/11.00oz) of boiling water in and stir until all of the pieces have melted and are well combined.
  • Pour into a bottle you already own and leave to cool.
  • Shake bottle a couple of times during cooldown. 

How to use:
After shampooing, gently squeeze excess water from your hair. Apply conditioner to the ends of your hair (if you tend to be a little oily, from your ear lobes down is best) and leave on for a few minutes. Rinse thoroughly with warm water, then enjoy your silky-smooth hair.

Ingredients - 

Behentrimonium methosulfate, Theobromacacao (cocoa) seed butter,brassica alcohol, glycerin,Cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, Citrus aurantium dulcis (orange) peel oil, benzyl alcohol, calcium carbonate, Citrus aurantifolia (lime) oil, panthenol, Cyamopsis tetragonoloba (guar) gum,limonene*, dehydroacetic acid, water (aqua).*Component of essential oils.

Ethique is certified palm free. All ingredients are derived from non-palm sources such as rice bran or coconut oils.

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