All hair types.
Shampoo: Apply shampoo to wet hair and lather with a gentle massaging motion. Rinse thoroughly. Repeat if necessary.
Conditioner: After shampoo, massage conditioner through wet hair and rinse thoroughly.
Shampoo: AQUA/WATER/EAU, SODIUM LAURETH SULFATE, LAURAMIDE DEA, COCAMIDOPROPYL BETAINE, GLYCOL DISTEARATE, OLEA EUROPAEA (OLIVE) FRUIT OIL*, OLEA EUROPAEA (OLIVE) LEAF EXTRACT, ALOE BARBADENSIS LEAF JUICE, PANTHENOL, POLYQUATERNIUM-28, MORINGA PTERYGOSPERMA SEED EXTRACT, GLYCERIN, GUAR HYDROXYPROPYLTRIMONIUM CHLORIDE, QUATERNIUM-22, COCAMIDE MEA, LAURETH-10, PHENOXYETHANOL, ETHYLHEXYLGLYCERIN, TETRASODIUM EDTA, CITRIC ACID, PARFUM/FRAGRANCE. *ORGANIC/BIOLOGIQUE
Conditioner: AQUA/WATER/EAU, CETEARYL ALCOHOL, CETRIMONIUM CHLORIDE, OLEA EUROPAEA (OLIVE) FRUIT OIL*, CETYL ALCOHOL, POLYQUATERNIUM-7, PANTHENOL, MORINGA PTERYGOSPERMA SEED EXTRACT, ALOE BARBADENSIS LEAF JUICE, MALTODEXTRIN, GLYCERIN, RETINYL PALMITATE, TOCOPHERYL ACETATE, PHENOXYETHANOL, ETHYLHEXYLGLYCERIN, PARFUM/FRAGRANCE. *ORGANIC/BIOLOGIQUE
Paraben-free, no animal ingredients, not tested on animals, biodegradable, gentle to the skin and recyclable.
NATURE’S MOISTURE FOR YOUR SKIN
From the beginning of time, olive trees have been respected and have been part of rituals and traditions. At the same time this sacred tree is venerated, the benefits of its precious oil are discovered. Olive oil is used not only in cooking but for its medicinal and cosmetic virtues. It has been the green gold of gods, kings and queens, before becoming an essential part of the daily diet of most Mediterraneans.
Only extra virgin olive oil is worthy of our interest. Its acidity (cannot be over 0.8%), its peroxide and oleic acid levels are highly controlled. Extra virgin olive oil is obtained only by mechanical processes. This pure fruit juice has not suffered any chemical treatments. This first press is called cold-pressed. It provides the best oil while consuming less water and energy.
Originally from South Africa and along the Mediterranean Coast, aloe vera grows in the wild on many continents. For thousands of years, it has been cultivated both as an ornamental plant and for its numerous medicinal properties. The green bark of the plant contains substances used as laxatives and purgatives. But in the centre of the aloe vera leaf, we find a gel particularly rich in fatty acids, vitamins and mineral salts, which contribute to the healing of tissues.