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Natural Aloe Vera Shampoo by Harvest Moon is one of a kind! Goodbye to parabens, gluten, sulfate, and preservatives with this award-winning one-of-a-kind shampoo. It looks expensive, but it is not. One bottle will last as much as 4 times an average bottle of shampoo. Then you will understand the power of this shampoo.
Natural aloe vera shampoo that will make you gasp for excitement, this is no ordinary shampoo. Certified gluten-free, sulfate-free, paraben-free, and preservative-free. To put it another way, your hair deserves Harvest Moon.
Aloe Vera Shampoo: This is a gentle conditioning shampoo that is ideal for those who are allergic to sulfate and chemicals in leading shampoo. It smells wonderful and works great when combined when with the henna aloe vera conditioner or green tea conditioner. Our shampoos have natural ingredients, are hypoallergenic and vegan.
Ideal for people with :
Why Does It Work For Oil and Dry Hair?
Why does it work for both? It is simply keeping your hair in balance. If your hair is dry, using shampoo high in oil tells your body it has too much oil, so it stops producing it, becoming a vicious cycle! If your hair is oily, using a shampoo that strips oils will tell your body it needs more oil. We like to keep the hair balanced and your body happy. This is also the case when doing oil treatments on your hair. Anything that smothers the hair is not good, you want it to breathe naturally just as you do. If your hair could talk, wow would we be getting the lesson of a lifetime? In other words, treat your hair well! Keep in mind the hair grows slow, so be patient and give it time for the new hair to grow in. Furthermore, try Harvest Moon today!
10 Oz bottle
Wet hair, use a small-sized amount of shampoo, and lather into the hair. Rinse and repeat, hair will lather much much more the second time.
DO NOT MIX WATER IN THE BOTTLE WITH SHAMPOO, doing so will cause it to expire much faster!
Follow up with Shikapoo® natural conditioner
Aloe Vera Shampoo ingredients:
Lawsonia Inermis “Henna”
Glycyrrhizin glabra “liquorice”