Equi Botanics, Marula Oil Leave in Conditioner
This three-in-one leave in conditioner is made from an exquisite blend of oils including South African Marula oil, Moroccan Argan oil and Jojoba oil.
This leave in conditioner lives up to its all-in-one label; it is jam-packed with natural high performing goodness. One of the winning points of this product is that it will save you the hassle and cost of buying separate hair conditioning products. Those of you who struggle with the LOC/LCO methods have a fantastic alternative in this product.
This product stimulates growth, repairs damaged follicles and fixes scalp issues.
INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): aqua, aloe barbadensis leaf juice, cetyl alcohol, sclerocarya birrea kernel oil, glycerin, behentrimonium methosulfate, simmondsia chinensis seed oil, argania spinosa seed oil, brassica oleracea italica seed oil, raphanus sativus seed oil, ulmus fulva bark extract, althaea officinalis extract, lavandula angustifolia (lavender) oil, litsea cubeba (maychang) oil, butylene glycol, hydroxyethylcellulose, hydrolyzed adansonia digitata seed extract, sodium pca, urtica dioica extract, equisetum hiemale extract, biosaccharide gum-1, helianthus annuus seed oil, rosemarinus officials leaf extract, phenoxyethanol, benzoic acid, dehydroacetic acid, ethylhexylglycerin, benzyl alcohol, potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate, citral*, linalool*, limonene*, geraniol*
*component of natural essential oils
This product is shipped from the United Kingdom and will be shipped direct from the vendor.
Postage and Packaging:
- Free standard shipping to the United Kingdom
- £10 for standard shipping to Europe
- £12 for standard shipping to North America
- £12 for standard shipping to Australia
Allow 3-5 days for UK delivery, 5-7 working days for delivery to Europe and 5-10 working days for delivery to North America and Australia
Ekwy Chukwuji-Nnene is the founder of EQUI Botanics. She is passionate about creating effective products with highly concentrated, active botanicals. She is also committed to changing the media perception of black women and their hair. She says: "Did you know that the widely accepted hairdressing NVQ excludes Afro hair training and treats it as a completely separate and additional costed module, which is a key reason why afro-textured or curly women cannot get their hair cut, washed or blowdried when they walk into any old high street salon?"