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Gentle Herbal Cleanser

Bask and Bloom

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A gentle way to cleanse without stripping hair of natural oils, strengthens and provides a nourishing herbal treatment. It lathers well and leaves hair feeling silky with sulfate and parabens.

Nourishing. A mix of key ingredients like rhassoul clay and yarrow root makes this gentle cleanser perfect for retaining natural oil and for preventing dryness. 

Rhassoul Clay: is a moisturizer, and it reduces dryness in the hair while also removing toxins and product buildup. It is perfect for detangling your hair. 

Yarrow Root: is a herbal remedy for treating scalp conditions, because it is high in natural saponins and fatty-acids. It is also anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, and astringent.

Nettle Leaf Extract: is rich in silica and sulfur and great for combating hair loss and aids hair re-growth.  

 

How To Use - Apply to freshly washed, damp hair for about 30 – 45 minutes with a shower cap alone or under a hair steamer. Rinse with cool water and style as desired.

Ingredients - Distilled Water infused with Sea Kelp, Rhassoul Clay and Yarrow Root, Nettle Leaf Extract, Elder Flower Extract, Linden Flower Extract, Peppermint Leaf Extract, Yucca Root Extract, Coco Glucoside (Natural Surfactant), Glycol Stearate, Glycerin, Coconut Oil, Avocado Oil, Panthenol, Citric Acid, Essential Oil Blend

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Chery

Love it

I've been looking for an inexpensive natural based shampoo and came across this one. I'm completely satisfied with this product. After the first use my hair was very soft and you don't have to use much and it's very lathery.

A gentle way to cleanse without stripping hair of natural oils, strengthens and provides a nourishing herbal treatment. It lathers well and leaves hair feeling silky with sulfate and parabens.

Nourishing. A mix of key ingredients like rhassoul clay and yarrow root makes this gentle cleanser perfect for retaining natural oil and for preventing dryness. 

Rhassoul Clay: is a moisturizer, and it reduces dryness in the hair while also removing toxins and product buildup. It is perfect for detangling your hair. 

Yarrow Root: is a herbal remedy for treating scalp conditions, because it is high in natural saponins and fatty-acids. It is also anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, and astringent.

Nettle Leaf Extract: is rich in silica and sulfur and great for combating hair loss and aids hair re-growth.  

 

How To Use - Apply to freshly washed, damp hair for about 30 – 45 minutes with a shower cap alone or under a hair steamer. Rinse with cool water and style as desired.

Ingredients - Distilled Water infused with Sea Kelp, Rhassoul Clay and Yarrow Root, Nettle Leaf Extract, Elder Flower Extract, Linden Flower Extract, Peppermint Leaf Extract, Yucca Root Extract, Coco Glucoside (Natural Surfactant), Glycol Stearate, Glycerin, Coconut Oil, Avocado Oil, Panthenol, Citric Acid, Essential Oil Blend

Customer Reviews

5 Based on 1 Reviews
5 ★
100% 
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4 ★
0% 
0
3 ★
0% 
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2 ★
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C
05/28/2019
Chery

Love it

I've been looking for an inexpensive natural based shampoo and came across this one. I'm completely satisfied with this product. After the first use my hair was very soft and you don't have to use much and it's very lathery.

Bask and Bloom

Bask & Bloom Essentials was created & founded by Bahamian native, Candera Thompson. While transitioning to natural hair shortly after having her first child, she experienced lots of dryness and breakage.  She decided to use her love for herbal teas and at-home remedies to solve this problem while utilizing her MBA to start her business.

Over a period of two years, she be... read more