Our shampoo is prepared with Ethically Traded unrefined shea butter, antioxidant-rich shea leaf, virgin coconut oil, and is unscented for sensitive scalp. It thoroughly cleans and protects without stripping. For EveryDay use on normal to very dry hair.
TO USE: Apply to wet hair and massage into a rich lather. Rinse thoroughly and condition with EveryDay Shea Moisturizing Conditioner for best results. For external use only.
Ingredients: Butyrospermum parkii (Shea) Leaf* Aqueous Extract, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Saponified Butyrospermum parkii (Shea) Butter* and Cocos nucifera (Coconut) Oil*, Decyl Glucoside. *Fair for Life Fair Trade certified ingredient
Posted by KIF on Sep 15th 2018
No matter how little of this I use or how long I rinse, I can't get it out of my hair. It leaves a residue. If you have ever used Shea Butter you know how thick and pasty it is... this shampoo is like that. I won't buy it again. If you want fullness this is the product for you. Because it leaves a residue your hair feels thicker, but slightly tacky.
Just what I needed!
Posted by Bek on Feb 8th 2018
This shampoo is a great product. I suffer from allergies and multiple chemical sensitivities as a result I get mild eczema. On top of that I have a family member who has copd and allergies with bronchiospasms who is highly sensitive to fragrances. This product is low ingredient and works well for me as it does not cause any reaction, but best of all although it does smell like the ingreadients it is made from, it does not send my loved one running for thier inhaler. I picked up mine at my local Whole Foods. I was able to smell it there. I would definitely give this a chance. It can also be used as a body wash. I was able to get a huge bottle for a very affordable price especially when compared to the other unscented options. Products like these aren’t always what we are accustomed to and sometimes take a little getting used to, but I am very happy with my purchase. I bought the unscented body wash, lotion and conditioner as well and will be buying more when they run out.