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Rose Geranium
Conditioner Powder

A water-activated concentrate that goes from powder to lotion in the palm of your hand.

- $-24.00
  • $24.00

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Multipurpose Manifesto

hydrolyzed rice protein, maltodextrin, *althaea officinalis (marshmallow) root, *olea europaea (olive) fruit oil, cetyl alcohol, behentrimonium chloride, cocamidopropyl betaine, sorbitan laurate, *aloe vera, guar gum, *pelargonium graveolens (rose geranium) oil, *lavandula angustifolia (lavender) oil, *pelargonium x asperum (geranium) oil, *juniperus communis (juniper) berry oil

*certified organic

Soak your hair. Sprinkle a half teaspoon or so into hand. Wet the other hand, then rub hands together to activate the lotion-ey lather. Spread and massage through hair. Rinse.

Keep water out of container.

The lotion doesn't have to be perfect in your hands, when you add it to your soaked hair, you'll be adding more water to the formula and the texture will get better and better. The slip should feel almost like a conventional liquid conditioner.

Paper Label: Recycle Or Compost

Metal Bottle + Cap: Soak In Water To Remove Label, Then Repurpose Or Recycle

Lasts longer than standard conditioner. 1 bottle = 4 standard (10 oz) conditioner bottles

Metal is the most likely material to be recycled by municipal facilities. Also, the powder is lighter to ship (you add the water) so it has a lesser carbon footprint too.

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