The Hydrator Moisturizing Conditioner Bar - by Unwrapped Life
This top-seller checks all the boxes for dry and curly/kinky hair. Expertly combining; vitamin B-rich colloidal oatmeal, delivering serious moisture and shine, along with vitamin C-rich amla oil, used in Ayurvedic medicine to improve scalp and follicle condition, these bars support hair right down to the root. A familiar yet uplifting combination of essential oils round out the experience, with the calming and healing benefits of juniper and palmarosa.
Color may vary due to fluctuations in raw ingredients.
Features: 100% essential oil. Vegan + cruelty-free. Lasts approximately 50-75 washes (may vary!). Equivalent to 2-3 16 oz bottles of liquid product. Color-safe, can be used with extensions. Conditioner bar = 2 inches round + 1 - 1.2 oz (size may vary)
Recommended Hair Type: moisturizing | dry + curly hair
Behentrimonium methosulfate (from rapeseed oil), cetearyl (natural emulsifier and conditioner), cocoa butter, shea butter, olive oil, cetyl, coconut oil, glycerin, (essential oils of: coriander seed, juniper berry, sweet orange, palmarosa, geranium, cardamom, and patchouli), jojoba oil, wheat germ oil, sweet almond oil, d-panthenol, organic aloe vera, cyclomethicone, and vitamin E
How to Use
Start at the scalp, and move the bar through hair to the ends. You will feel the 'slip' of the conditioner in your hair when you rinse thoroughly. Conditioner can be reapplied to ends and left in as a detangler, prior to combing hair. Our bars last longest, and perform best, when allowed to dry between lathers. We recommend storing them on a soap dish with drain holes and keeping them away from spraying water while not in use.
This product comes 100% Package Free!
Replaces 2-3 16 oz bottles of liquid product in plastic bottles.
End of Life
This product is 100% compostable!
Unwrapped Life is about empowering an earth-friendly, low-waste, and plastic-free lifestyle. They're passionate about spreading eco-awareness and helping others cut down on common single-use items and excessive packaging waste (shampoo really doesn't need to be in a bottle, you’ll see!), all without compromising quality and performance.