All Natural Emu Oil Conditioner
Restore your hairs' vitality and replenish lost nutrients with this silky conditioner. We have combined 100% pure organic essential oils of Rosemary and Spearmint and natural botanicals with the health benefits of Pure Emu Oil to replenish moisture, smooth hair and add lots of healthy-looking shine. This conditioner is free of parabens, petrochemicals, synthetic fragrances and colors and suitable for all hair types.
What these All Natural Ingredients do:
Emu Oil: Aids in the repair of damaged hair, locking in moisture, leaving behind smooth healthy hair. Organic
Panthonol: This vitamin is often referred to as Pro-Vitamin B5, a natural constituent of hair. It imparts long lasting moisture and strengthens the hair shaft, while preventing damage caused by heated tools and the environment. It conditions hair without build-up and reduces the formation of split ends.
Hydrolyzed Soy Protein: penetrates to moisturize and strengthen the hair shaft and scalp adding body and manageability.
Rosemary Essential Oil: Nourishes the scalp, stimulates hair growth and improves most scalp problems, particularly dandruff and seborrhea.
Organic Spearmint Essential Oil: This is an uplifting oil, great for alleviating fatigue and depression.
Thyme Botanical Extract: Has astringent properties and can effectively fight germs and prevent inflammation.
Chrysanthemum Botanical Extract: This is a natural astringent and skin/scalp revitalizer.
Guava Fruit Extract: This is rich in vitamins and helps prevent oxidation.
What this product does not contain:
How to condition your hair:
If you used one of our all natural emu oil shampoos you may not even need to condition. However, if your hair is dry or tends to tangle follows these directions.
First be absolutely sure your hair is fully rinsed.
Detangle hair with your fingers allowing water to run over it.
Shake bottle well and place a small amount of product (try the size of a quarter and adjust up or down from there depending upon the length and thickness of your hair) on your palm.
Lightly spread the conditioner over both hands mostly on the fingers. Starting at the base of your neck, gently work your fingers through your hair out to the ends. Slowly work your way up only as far as you feel the need to combat dryness. Do not condition your scalp - that’s where the sebum (what you think of as oil) is secreted, so there’s plenty of moisture there already and you will also reduce the fullness of your hair.
You should leave this conditioner on your hair for 3-5 minutes. Most woman do not leave the conditioner in long enough for it to penetrate the hair shaft.
Rinse under cool water, running your fingers gently through the hair.
Most sources will tell you never to comb or brush your hair until it is at least 75% dry and more elasticity has returned to the hair. However, those of us with curly, tangled; hair (myself) have to get it combed out well before it's dry. In that case – while the conditioner is still in the hair, take a very wide-tooth, gentle comb and start at the ends. Let the water gently fall on hair and begin to work out tangles. Starting at the ends, move slowly up the hair shaft little by little, never pulling on hair. You should be able to gently comb hair out without losing more than a couple of strands.
Finish rinsing with water as cool as you can to close the hair cuticle.