Bottle None's Be STRONG Conditioner Bar will replace 2-3 bottles of conditioner for simple yet effective, waste-free hydration. Be STRONG is designed for dry or damaged hair. It is developed with Avocado Oil and Nettle Oil to strengthen hair while Red Clover stimulates the hair follicle for subtle volume and new growth. This pH-balanced conditioner bar is salon grade, paraben-free, sulfate-free, fragrance-free and great for travel, with 60-100 washes per bar. Formulated with all of the good stuff and none of the bad, you can rest assured that you're decreasing your plastic footprint while maintaining a healthy head of hair.
- Paraben, Sulfate, Fragrance, and Cruelty-free
- pH balanced
Who is it for?
- Dry, Damaged
What does it do?
How do you use it?
- Warm up the bar in the heat of your shower/bath and then apply directly to your hair. Press the bar into your hair for enhanced conditioning and detangling
- Do not store in the shower as the water and humidity can erode the bars faster. Store in the open air, making sure the bar dries out completely between uses
They are sisters and best friends that, for the past 8 years, have been creating natural products that work. They do all of the manufacturing in their own facility so they can provide a high-quality product, made with INTEGRITY. The hands-on approach to ingredient sourcing and formulations allows them to create products they can stand behind.
They have put a lot of work into their formulation and really understand the science behind proper hair care. Not all shampoo bars are the same and they have carefully curated each ingredient to make the best bar that will leave your hair healthy and clean.
The Ingredient List
CETYL ALCOHOL, COCOA BUTTER, BEHENTRIMONIUM METHOSULFATE (AND) CETEARYL ALCOHOL, AVOCADO BUTTER, AVOCADO OIL, OLIVE OIL, RED CLOVER, CALENDULA, VITAMIN E, ROSEMARY OIL, LAVENDER OIL, CEDARWOOD OIL, CITRIC ACID
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