Awapuhi Papaya Hair Shampoo
Did you know about the Awapuhi plant? This plant's flower stores a natural saponin liquid (soapy) and when squeezed, you can wring out quite a bit of this fluid. What's great about this, is that this fluid is an amazing cleansing and conditioning ingredient for your hair. Not only does it cleanse, but it nourishes the scalp and helps with alleviating dandruff, and helps hair regain its elasticity.
I've coupled this amazing juice with papaya which is rich in antioxidants that penetrate strands and stimulates collagen production, strengthening hair from the inside out.
The sulfate-free cleanser not only cleans hair but nourishes the scalp and strands, leaving hair in great condition even before getting to the conditioning step in your hair care routine.
16.5 oz bottle
Dampen hair with water. Shake bottle well and dispense out a quarter-sized amount and distribute vigorously throughout hair to lather. Add more shampoo as necessary to get a good lather. Rinse well with clean water and repeat. Follow up with conditioner and style as desired.
purified water, aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) juice, cocamidopropyl betaine sodium c14- c16 olefin sulfonate, coco-glucoside and decyl glucoside (sulfate free cleansers), zingiber zerumbet (awapuhi) extract, vegetable glycerin, behentrimonium methosulfate (and) cetearyl alcohol (BTMS) ocimum basilicum (basil), thymus vulgaris (thyme), mentha piperita (peppermint), salvia officinalis (sage), and bambusa vulgaris (bamboo) extracts, persea gratissima (avocado) oil, glyceryl stearate, sodium alginate, sorbitol, potassium sorbate, parfum (fragrance), d-pathenol (pro-vitamin b5), gluconolactone (and) sodium benzoate.