Thickening Biotin B-Complex Shampoo
A carefully balanced blend of biotin, saw palmetto, quinoa protein and vitamin E work in harmony to:
· Help build body in fine, thinning hair
· Stimulate the scalp to encourage hair growth
· Cleanse and nourish hair from follicle through entire shaft
· Strengthen hair strands
The result: hair that feels thicker and softer with added volume.
Restore hair’s natural beauty
Formulated with organic botanicals and essential oils, Avalon Organics® gentle, safe and effective plant-based shampoos and conditioners are designed to bring luminance to locks without the use of harsh preservatives or hair-stripping cleansers.
This Avalon Organics® shampoo formula is EWG VERIFIED™, which means it meets the Environmental Working Group’s strict ingredient standards and features the EWG VERIFIED™ seal on its label.
· Organic ingredients
· GMO Free
· No parablens, sulfates or preservatives
· No synthetic colours or fragrances
· No animal testing
Clinically tested: 91% of users reported easy to detangle hair after use. In clinical testing, users reported hair felt healthy and looked shiny after use.
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Using beauty products certified to an organic standard reduces your skin’s exposure to potentially harmful chemicals. Non-organic plants are commonly exposed to pesticides and other chemicals that can stay with the plant as it makes its way as a raw material into your personal care products.
An organic standard using beauty care products not certified to an organic standard can expose you to unknown chemicals. U.S. companies are not required to list the chemicals used to create products ingredients, and may use almost any raw material as a cosmetic ingredient without approval from the FDA. Many controversial ingredients “hide” in products because their listing is not required. For example over 500 chemicals, many of them considered hazardous, can be used to create a single ingredient listed as “fragrance” on a label.
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