Sulphate-free Avocado Oil & Aloe hair oil blend

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Herbal Essences Sulphate-free Avocado Oil & Aloe hair oil blend
Sulphate-free Avocado Oil & Aloe hair oil blend
Herbal Essences Sulphate-free Avocado Oil & Aloe hair oil blend
Sulphate-free Avocado Oil & Aloe hair oil blend
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Sulphate-free Avocado Oil & Aloe hair oil blend

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Gently soothes

Our soothing formula will leave your scalp soothed and your hair nourished.

Real botanicals endorsed by Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

The real botanicals in this formula have been endorsed by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew - a world-leading authority on plants.

Scent experience

A burst of freshness combining water flowers, sparkling citrus and green botanic brightness, softened with a creamy background of sunset amber, cedar wood and tonka bean.

Our 'no, no, no' List

Our Pure Aloe range is sulphate-free, paraben-free, colourants-free and paraffin-free.

pH-balanced and colour-safe

Our products are pH-balanced and safe for color-treated hair.

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Ingredients/ingrédients: Cyclopentasiloxane, Dimethiconol, AlcoholDenat., Parfum, PerseaGratissimaOil, AloeBarbadensisLeafJuice, Limonene, Aqua, Geraniol, Hydroxycitronellal, Citronellol, Alpha-IsomethylIonone, Linalool

Learn more about fragrance components.

Where does Avocado come from?

Avocado comes from... a long, long time ago. More precisely, to reach the roots of avocado, we have to go back some 7,000 years in time and visit what is now known as Mexico. Avocado origins can be traced back to Mexican tribes of Inca, Olmec and Maya that grew avocado trees.

Europeans had to wait a while for the avocado. A long while, to be precise, as avocado origins in Europe date back to the 16th century. We enjoy this delicious and useful fruit today thanks to the Spanish explorers who brought it to our continent from Central and South America, where, as mentioned above, it was already common for a long, long time.

You would think the name "avocado" is as old as its history. Quite the opposite! Although avocado history dates back to ancient times, the name “avocado” as we know it today was invented quite recently, at the end of the 17th century. It was coined by Sir Hans Sloane, an Irish collector and naturalist, who some also consider the inventor of chocolate milk.
The history of avocado confirms that it is a truly multi-tasking fruit! Avocado is used as an ingredient in cosmetics, hair care products and it enriches our diet – and doing it well. It has lots and lots of fiber in it - more than any other fruit!

Ingredients we’ve axed

Sulphates

Parabens

Colourants

Mineral oil

BHA

Coal tar hair dyes and other coal tar ingredients

DEA

Added phthalates (dbp, dehpdep and others)

Paraffins

Toluene

Real botanicals, endorsed by the
Royal Botanic Gardens
, Kew

The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and Herbal Essences are working together to provide you with botanical hair products that are made with real plants in every bottle.

The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew is a world-leading botanic institution with more than 260 years of experience in plant science.

Plant experts at Kew Gardens have endorsed the real botanicals in our Herbal Essences hair products.

Our ingredients are identified as real botanical extracts. So, when we put a plant on our bottle, it means it’s in there. REAL plants. Legitimate, actual, came-from-the-ground plants.

Learn more about RBG, Kew