The Better Earth Gentle Shampoo has been carefully selected to use with the Love My Hair dyes, particularly the 100% Herbal hair dyes. When using these dyes, it is important to wash out the dye with a gentle shampoo that will not strip the dye from your hair before it has had time to develop. It is recommended that you use this shampoo in between dye applications to preserve the colour.
Gentle on hair, it is free of harmful ethoxylated ingredients, sulphated surfactants, parabens, animal products, colourants and synthetic fragrances. It is approved by Beauty Without Cruelty and the Vegan Society, is completely biodegradable, and is safe for use with greywater systems and septic tanks. Plus, the 100% recycled bottle can be recycled again.
- Suitable for all hair types.
- Mildly fragranced with real oils of lavender and rose geranium.
- No animal products or palm oil: the glycerine is made from rapeseed and soya; the lauryl glucoside and glyceryl oleate are coconut and sugar derived.
- Manufactured in Cape Town, South Africa with every effort made to reduce the carbon footprint.
- When you are ready to wash out the dye, first rinse all the dye from your hair BEFORE washing with this shampoo. The rinse water must run clear. If this is not done, the dyes may 'bleed' colour after the application.
- Give your hair two vigorous shampoo's, massaging the shampoo well into your scalp and hair.
- Rinse with warm water.
- Follow with a Love My Hair approved conditioner. Doing regular deep conditioning treatments between dye applications will help to preserve the colour.
- Store in a cool, dark place. If ingested, please seek medical help. Keep out of reach of children.
- Aqua, lauryl glucoside, decyl glucoside, glycerin, cocamidopropyl betaine, hydrolyzed wheat protein, trehalose, lactic acid, sodium benzoate, guar gum, xanthan gum, pelargonium roseum (rose geranium) leaf oil, potassium sorbate, bioflavinoid complex, lavendula augustifolia (lavender) flower oil. As this product is completely natural, some inconsistencies in colour and settling might occur.