hair care essential set
The most sustainable hair care collection. This is the complete collection of hair care products in the form of a powder that can be rehydrated in water. When in contact with water, the powder transforms into a gel similar to your favorite shampoo or conditioner.
No sulphates, no toxic ingredients and no animal cruelty.
Each set includes 1 shampoo refill, 1 conditioner refill and their bottles and a wheat straw hair brush.
🍑 oh my peach! : Combination of magnolia and peach. Fruity and revitalizing scent.
🫖 tea time : White tea and pear blend. Sweet and refreshing.
Citric acid, Sodium benzoate, Potassium sorbate, Sodium carbonate, Sodium coco-sulphate, House scent
🚚 We offer a Canada and USA free shipping for this offer. We process orders within 3-5 business days.
📦 Your products are packed in eco-friendly packaging.
taking care of ourselves just got waaaaay easier
1 - fill the bottle with 350 ml of water
2 - pour the powder over the water
3 - close the bottle and mix gently
4 - after at least 6 hours, mix vigorously
🌿 Compost the package after use.
less carbon than a typical personal care
plastic bottles saved with this product
for the planet
toxic ingredients (for you and the planet)
complete your eco routine
clean, safe, renewable sourced
We attach great importance to the nature and origin of our ingredients. Our formulas are not tested on animals and contain no parabens, sulfates, phthalates or dyes.Allowing you to live a healthy life in a healthy environment.
anatomy of our packaging
our packaging is made of cornstarch, which makes it a compostable package.
Frequently Asked Questions
je l'offre à ma fille pour sa fête vendredi, mais j'avais fait l'achat du shampooing en pharmacie et j'ai bien aimé, donc je sais qu'elle va apprécier. Merci à vous de faire attention à notre planète, on fait tous nos efforts et on se sent mieux.
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