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Desert Harvest Aloe-Herbal Hair Conditioner (8oz)

12.00
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Desert Harvest Aloe-Herbal Hair Conditioner (8oz)

12.00

Desert Harvest conditioner combines certified organic aloe vera with vitamins, herbs and essential oils, resulting in a hair treatment that detangles, moisturises and repairs. 

A clean scalp and good blood circulation is essential for strong, fast hair growth.  Aloe vera helps to ease skin flaking, itchiness and dandruff, whilst also reducing sebum production.  This promotes healthy skin and hair. 

This all natural, daily conditioner moisturises and nourishes hair, leaving it soft and manageable. 

  • No artificial ingredients or perfumes.

  • 100% natural

  • Organic aloe vera as the primary ingredient

  • No animal testing

  • Free from parabens, silicones, petrochemicals, synthetic preservatives

Directions

Massage into wet, freshly shampooed hair.  Rinse thoroughly, or leave in for a few minutes for an intense treatment.  For best results, use with Desert Harvest Aloe Herbal Shampoo and Shower Gel. 

Ingredients

Organic aloe vera; avocado oil; organic hemp seed oil; organic shea butter; meadow-foam seed oil; jojoba esters; olive esters; silk protein; pro-vitamin B5; vitamin E; herbal extracts of organic peppermint; wild-crafted yucca; wild-crafted horsetail; organic nettle; organic Melissa; organic essential oils of almond and lime. 

Tiny says:  I love this conditioner.  I have very long, very fine hair that is prone to be oily, so it’s essential for me that a conditioner detangles and doesn’t leave my hair greasy.  So many brands moisturise too intensely and don’t detangle, leaving me with knotty hair that takes forever to sort out and doesn’t even look clean!  Desert Harvest Conditioner detangles beautifully and no matter how much I apply at the roots, it doesn’t leave my hair greasy at all.  I think it’s genuinely fool-proof!  Once my hair has dried, it feels super soft and silky, and it actually shines, in spite of being blonde.  We had a softest tail contest in our house this week and I was the clear winner, much to the disgust of the cat and dog! 

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Desert Harvest conditioner combines certified organic aloe vera with vitamins, herbs and essential oils, resulting in a hair treatment that detangles, moisturises and repairs. 

A clean scalp and good blood circulation is essential for strong, fast hair growth.  Aloe vera helps to ease skin flaking, itchiness and dandruff, whilst also reducing sebum production.  This promotes healthy skin and hair. 

This all natural, daily conditioner moisturises and nourishes hair, leaving it soft and manageable. 

  • No artificial ingredients or perfumes.

  • 100% natural

  • Organic aloe vera as the primary ingredient

  • No animal testing

  • Free from parabens, silicones, petrochemicals, synthetic preservatives

Directions

Massage into wet, freshly shampooed hair.  Rinse thoroughly, or leave in for a few minutes for an intense treatment.  For best results, use with Desert Harvest Aloe Herbal Shampoo and Shower Gel. 

Ingredients

Organic aloe vera; avocado oil; organic hemp seed oil; organic shea butter; meadow-foam seed oil; jojoba esters; olive esters; silk protein; pro-vitamin B5; vitamin E; herbal extracts of organic peppermint; wild-crafted yucca; wild-crafted horsetail; organic nettle; organic Melissa; organic essential oils of almond and lime. 

Tiny says:  I love this conditioner.  I have very long, very fine hair that is prone to be oily, so it’s essential for me that a conditioner detangles and doesn’t leave my hair greasy.  So many brands moisturise too intensely and don’t detangle, leaving me with knotty hair that takes forever to sort out and doesn’t even look clean!  Desert Harvest Conditioner detangles beautifully and no matter how much I apply at the roots, it doesn’t leave my hair greasy at all.  I think it’s genuinely fool-proof!  Once my hair has dried, it feels super soft and silky, and it actually shines, in spite of being blonde.  We had a softest tail contest in our house this week and I was the clear winner, much to the disgust of the cat and dog!