Leave in Conditioning Treatment



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About the Product:
Suitable for all hair types, protective and healing, this flexible anti-frizz treatment—perfect whether you style with hot tools or air dry—delivers remarkable shine, shields hair from stress, and prevents breakage and split ends. Crafted using omega-9-rich Rahua oil, it acts as a heat protectant, guards hair from the stress of blowdrying and styling tools and adds definition and separation when air drying.

How to Use:
Can be used before hot styling tools or when air drying. After shampooing and conditioning, apply just a dab (use more or less depending on hair thickness and texture) to damp hair and work in, being sure to massage product into the ends.

Aqua, Yerba mate leaf, organic green tea, organic rosemary leaf oil, sunflower seed oil, behentrimonium methosulfate, celery alcohol, oenocarpus bateau (Rahua, bungurahua) oil, organic coconut oil, stearalkowium chloride, organic theobroma cocoa butter, vegetable glycerine, citric acid, lavender oil, eucalyptus oil, potassium sorbate 

***Refer to product packaging for the most up to date ingredient list.

About the Maker:
Today, Amazon Beauty® features Rahua, Palo Santo and Morete oils as star ingredients in the Rahua® hair care collection and Rahua, Sacha Inchi, and Morete oils as the miracle Amazonian ingredients for its body care collection. These oils are sourced and processed by the women and men of the Quechua-Shuar and neighboring indigenous nations in accordance with the traditional, sustainable methods and rituals that have been passed down for generations.

All Rahua® products are vegan, organic, sulfate-free, paraben-free, gluten-free, cruelty-free and support indigenous economies. Amazon Beauty® is dedicated to the preservation of the Amazon rainforest and the indigenous people that live there. In the process of bringing the Amazon’s greatest products to you, Amazon Beauty® Inc. has committed itself to building sustainable communities and creating learning centers within the Amazon rainforest.