Why You’ll Love It

Perfect after or in-between shampoos, this light, anti-frizz conditioner smooths out tangles, brings out natural shine and helps protect hair from heat styling damage. Safe for color-treated hair. - Adds elasticity and shine with organic chia seed oil, rich in omega-3 - Controls frizz and boost shine with organic quinoa protein and evening primrose oil - Helps protect color-treated hair with an antioxidant tea blend
SKU: 749985004695
About This Brand

Aubrey Organics

Healthy, natural products based on herbal traditions that date back thousands of years.From the products we manufacture to the people we touch, we believe that how a company conducts its business is as important as what it sells. Ethics, values, environment, responsibility and leadership are all at the heart of Aubrey. We have taken a leadership role in giving back to the earth, its people, and its culture, as we are all connected. That is only fair.Our mission is to provide all-natural, safe and effective personal care and lifestyle products t
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Ingredients

Water, alcohol denat.* (38b, lavender), aloe barbadensis leaf juice*, salvia hispanica (chia) seed oil*, chenopodium quinoa seed extract*, oenothera biennis (evening primrose) oil*, camellia sinensis leaf extract (black tea), hibiscus sabdariffa flower extract, rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) flower/leaf/stem extract*, camellia sinensis leaf extract (green tea), aspalathus linearis (rooibos tea), salvia officinalis (sage) flower/leaf/stem extract*, glycerin*, citrus limon (lemon) peel oil, citrus sinensis (orange) peel oil*, citrus medica limonun (lemon) peel oil*, citrus aurantifolia (lime) oil*, eucalyptus globulus leaf oil*. <p> *Certified organic

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