An oil-based leave in conditioner that blends 100 percent organic plant oils and organic essential oils, chosen for their protective, moisturizing and nourishing properties.
High grade stable vitamin C and natural vitamin E protect the hair from the elements and act as potent anti oxidants.
Prevents colour fading and protects the hair from sun damage.
Also great for use on split ends and as a hair and scalp treatment.
A natural alternative to synthetic and plastic polymers. This leave-in treatment is excellent for dry or frizzy hair.
Shake well before use. Simply rub one to two drops between hands and apply to dried hair as a finishing product. Apply more for very thick,dry hair.
Tip: as a treatment, add 2 to 4 drops to deep conditioning masque or hydrating scalp conditioner. Or apply half to full dropper to clean dry scalp. Massage through hair and leave on at least an hour or overnight (protect pillow case). Cleanse and condition as normal.
Simmondsia chinensis (organic jojoba oil), Prunus dulcis (organic almond oil), Ascorbyl tetraisopalmitate (vitamin C), Vitamin E natural, Citrus sinensis (organic orange oil), Aurantium var bergamia (organic bergamot oil, non-phototoxic), Citrus limon (organic lemon oil), Citrus aurantifolia (lime oil), Pogostemon cablin (patchouli oil).
Used and recommended by many leading Trichologists, Apteka make one of Australia’s most innovative, high quality and progressive hair and scalp ranges.
The range was developed by experienced haircare professionals in conjunction with a therapeutic and natural botanical manufacturer.
Entirely Australian made and owned, the products offer a true alternative to synthetic and mineral based ingredients. They use only the highest quality essential oils, vitamins, botanical extracts, and essential fatty acids. They combine active ingredients and peptide technology with maximum safety and effectiveness, so you get results you can see and feel.
All bottles and packaging are recyclable and ingredients are biodegradable. They do not test or support animal testing and are listed on the cruelty free web site www.choosecrueltyfree.org.au