Sea Buckthorn + Coconut Conditioner
Sea Buckthorn + Coconut Conditioner
Sea Buckthorn + Coconut Conditioner
Sea Buckthorn + Coconut Conditioner

Sea Buckthorn + Coconut Conditioner

£12.00 GBP

Voila, Glossy Hair

Found more than six years ago and loved by our family ever since, this conditioner base is handcrafted in Devon with all natural ingredients, including sea buckthorn oil and organic coconut butter. We scent and bottle it in our workshop.

It's the perfect conditioner for every head of hair. We stand by that. 

Sea buckthorn oil is the undisputed richest oil available in the cosmetic market, imparting serious nourishment wherever it makes an appearance. Together with the coconut oil, this is a pretty unbeatable combination for glossy, nourished, beautiful, healthy hair.

Hair Type

dry and curly hair -  You might have ditched the shampoo in favour of co-cleansing exclusively, or you might shampoo only occasionally and condition often. This conditioner is rich enough to cleanse and condition. At home, we top-up with a deep conditioning hair masque fortnightly (It's on our to-make list).

normal to oily hair - You wash and condition every day or every other day. Using this conditioner, you might find you won't need to wash quite so often because it works to balance the oils in your scalp and hair. 

Ingredients: aqua; cetyl alcohol; cetrimonium chloride; cocos nucifera (organic coconut); glyceryl stearate S/E; phenoxyethanol + ethylhexyglycerin; hippophae rhamnoides organic (sea buckthorn kernel) extract; citric acid; tocopherol (vit E); benzyl alcohol.

SeaFlower - citrus sinensis dulcis (sweet orange) peel oil; citrus aurantium dulcis (sweet orange) peel oil; pelargonium graveolens (rose geranium) leaf oil;d-limonene; citronellol; geraniol; linalool; citral - allergens naturally present in essential oils.

Aloe - parfum, citronellol, eugenol

Guava + Passionfruit - parfum, citronella, linalool, geraniol 

Q: What's sea buckthorn and why do I need it?

A: Originating in the Himalayas, its Latin name is "Hippophae rhamnoides," which mean "tree that makes the horse shine." We take that to mean it gives some serious gloss!