Hey Gorgeous

Coconut Conditioning Hair Oil

R 190
Suitable for all hair types particularly colour treated, dry and flyaway hair.

Our Coconut Conditioning Hair Oil can be used as a light conditioner or as a deeper conditioning treatment whenever required.  It is packed with nourishing ingredients like coconut, jojoba, avocado, hemp, and lavender oils.

WHY WE LOVE IT:

Pure coconut oil is a popular hair conditioner because it is packed with fatty acids and vitamins which strengthen the hair and follicles. It is also completely pure and non-irritating. In fact, coconut oil is packed with antibacterial and anti-fungal properties which can soothe many scalp conditions

RESULTS:
  • The result is super manageable, soft, and de-frizzed hair. 
SUPERFOODS:

Organic Coconut Oil 

INGREDIENTS:

*Organic Aloe Vera Leaf Juice*, Organic Coconut Milk Hydrosol *Organic Coconut Oil, *Seaweed Collagen, *Vegetarian Orange Fiber, *Biotin, Extracts Organic Green Tea Leaf *Cucumber Fruit, *Chamomile Leaf, *Comfrey Leaf *Argan Oil, *Sodium Hyaluronate Hyaluronic Acid. *Essential Oils. 

Size: 250mls.
RECOMMENDED APPLICATION:

1. Shampoo with your favourite Hey Gorgeous Shampoo. Squeeze out excess water and apply the conditioner. For a light condition, rinse off after a minute or two.

OR

2. For a deep conditioning treatment - comb a generous amount through the hair. Wrap hair in cling film, then cover in a warm towel. Leave on for 15 minutes. Whilst you are waiting enjoy why not enjoy our sublime Gojiberry Face Mask. 3. Rinse off with warm water. Dry/style as usual. 

Please note:

All of our natural & organic products are lovingly made by hand. This means that occasionally you may notice slight colour variances when comparing to our product pictures.

Our PET recycled packaging may differ to what is displayed here, depending on our suppliers, but sizes will always remain constant.

Finally, we’re improving on our formulas! Our website is up to date with the latest ingredient lists, but please note that our labels are a work in progress. If you’re uncertain, please don’t hesitate to get in contact.

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