At last, a shampoo pure enough to ordain your mane, consecrate your crew, and bless your hair with botanical wisdom. Living Libations Seabuckthorn Shampoo brings out the best in all hair types without the chemical suds! Filled with a bounty of nature's essences and herbs, our shampoo will nourish and harmonize your hair without weighing down your mane. Indulge in a cascade of botanical delights showering upon your lovely locks.
- Jojoba - Simmondsia chinensis
Glorious, Golden Jojoba nourishes and conditions thirsty hair. Jojoba has unparalleled ability to moisturize, balance oil production, deep clean the scalp, and create long-lasting conditioning effects that soften your hair to perfect silk. It is packed with peptides and lipids and contains the highest levels of phenolic compounds found in nature along with antioxidants and all soluble forms of vitamin E!
- Seabuckthorn - Hippophae rhamnoides
The Latin name of the berry producing Seabuckthorn bush means “tree that makes the horses shine” referring to the berries benefits of making horses have shiny hair. Our Seabuckthorn berry oil is a super-critical extract that has an affinity for strong, shiny, lustrous locks.
- Coco-Protein - Cocos nucifera
Coco-protein along with yucca are the saponifiers that help our Seabuckthorn Shampoo have its purely natural, botanical suds. Coco-protein is derived from the sugars, proteins and fatty acids of organic, virgin coconut oil. Coco-protein is a non-ionic saponifier that has been tested to be free of any recognized side effects. It is not detected in human tissue or urine and is free from ethylene oxide (which can cause nitrosamine contamination) and also free from preservatives. It has excellent dermatological compatibility and also has low environmental impact, as it is highly biodegradable. Coco-protein is not related to any of the sulfates or sulfides, which are best avoided.
- Yucca - Yucca elata
Yucca, also known as soap tree, is a native plant to the America Southwest. The roots of these trees are very high in saponins and traditionally have been used by Native Americans as a natural body and laundry soap. These Yucca Root saponins are a soap-making ingredient, which encourages the lather in our shampoo. This special root also has emollient properties that have a soothing effect on the hair shaft.
- Bladderwrack Seaweed - Fucus vesiculosus
This succulent Seaweed is naturally mucilangenic, being both moisturizing and tonifying for the hair. People from regions that ingest lots of seaweed have thick, beautiful hair! Bladderwrack serves the roots and shaft of the hair. It holds moisture in the hair strands to reduce fly-aways and frizz.
- Orange Wax - Citrus aurantium
This winsome wax is extracted from the pressed peels of oranges and contains fabulous phytosterols. It creates a natural emulsifier that enhances the stability of the crème and entwines the ingredients together.
- Calendula - Calendula officinalis
Our Calendula infusion reveals sunny bright yellow petals packed with positive, potent properties. This infusion harnesses the pleasant properties of Marigold petals that comfort and caress dry scalps.
- Red Clover - Trifolium pretense
Red Clover is quite commonly known for its sweet pinkish-purple blossoms popping on the hillsides. Botanically Red Clover adds bounce to hair strands.
- Oatstraw - Avena sativa
Oatstraw gives more body and fullness to tresses, and smoothes out knots and tangles. Oatstraw is gluten free.
- Horsetail - Equisetum arvense
Horsetail helps build strong, long ponytails! It tones the hair, adds residency, and limits breakage, such as split ends.
- Coltsfoot - Tussilago farfara
Cheery Coltsfoot is one of the first flowers to bloom in spring bringing its sunny yellow cheer to welcome the new season. Like nettles and horsetail, coltsfoot also supports healthy-looking, shiny hair. It also balances sebum production and improves sheen and elasticity.
- Comfrey - Symphtum officinalis
Comfy comfrey comes from the Latin “confirma,” which means “with strength,” and symphtum “to unite”. This mucilaginous plant is known for its high allantoin content, which gives it a slippery feel to nourish each strand and scalp
- Stinging Nettles - Urtica dioica
Stinging Nettles fortifies hair fibers for strength.
- Chamomile - Anthemis nobilis
Chamomile is a well-loved and soothing herbal that eases the appearance of dry, dandruff flakes and conditions the hair beautifully.
- Grapefruit - Citrus paradisi
Gladdening Grapefruit is a cheery oil that is uplifting and euphoric. It cleanses and clarifies the hair and scalp.
- Peppermint - Mentha piperita
Perky Peppermint clears the mind and brings its cache of cooling botanicalbiotic compounds to care for dry scalps. It wakes up the scalp to balance sebum production and leave the hair shiny and soft.
-Vetiver - Vetivera zizanoides
Vetiver is a rooted, earthy, and grounding essence with a deep, mysterious fragrance. It is distilled from the root of a tropical grass and has an affinity for hair and skin care. Vetiver moisturizes and strengthens the hair shaft. It also gives hair a glossy glow.
- Lime - Citrus aurantifolia
Lime’s fresh, citrusy scent supports shiny, happy hair. It helps to clean the hair by releasing trapped dirt and oils and thus renewing the hair’s natural luster
- Sage + Rosemary - Salvia officinalis + Rosmarinus officinalis
These potent and pure nectars contain hundreds of plant bio-actives and antioxidants that extends the life of this crème by slowing the oxidation process. It brims with cogent compounds that serve hair strands and scalp.
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