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10 Sustainable Hair Care Products To Save The Planet In Style
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As the years go by, more and more people are becoming more self-aware and careful about how their daily life has an impact on the health of our beautiful planet.
A lot of conversation has been going around the beauty industry and how all these sprays, silicones and more do a lot of damage to air, water, and life on Earth - and if you’re looking for a way to turn your beauty routine into a kind and harmless ritual for our planet, then look no further than this list of sustainable hair care products.
HiBAR (back to index)
Parabens, phthalates, sulphates - none of these nasties are present in these nifty shampoo and conditioner bars. Bars you say? Well, yes! This is the innovative concept behind HiBAR and their work to revolutionise the hair care industry.
Whether you’re looking to smoothe, moisturise or take care of coloured hair - HiBAR has a product for you. Made from natural ingredients and with fragrance-free options, this company is extremely serious about turning the tables of our beauty routines.
Habitat Botanicals (back to index)
The name probably gave it away already, but plant-based and organic ingredients are the piece de resistance of Habitat Botanicals, a company that not only focuses on producing sustainable hair products - but also ships them in plastic free packaging!
Their cleansing bars are vegan, palm-oil free, and Leaping Bunny Certified to ensure they are cruelty-free. What else?
Plaine Products (back to index)
Just like Habitat Botanicals, Plaine Products offers all-natural, vegan, and cruelty free shampoo and conditioner in 100% recyclable and refillable aluminium bottles. Absolutely perfect if you’re not ready to say goodbye to the traditional form of shampoo and conditioner and simply can’t get used to cleaning bars and other forms of non-liquid hair care products.
If you’re travelling a lot, Plaine Products will be your best friend - as they also provide travel-sized packs so that you don’t have to worry about a thing - pack your things and enjoy your holiday!
Acure Organics (back to index)
Acure Organics’ hair care range is not too wide yet - but their sustainable dry shampoo is definitely worth a mention on this list. And if you have dark hair, don’t worry - Acure Organics has thought about you, developing a product designed with brunettes in mind, without that terrible “powder leftovers” effect on your roots. Luscious and lightweight hair on the go, cruelty free? Yes, please!
Seed Phytonutrients (back to index)
If you want to protect your hair colour, or want to know how to get rid of frizzy hair without harming Mother Nature, look no further than this amazing brand. The exterior of Seed Phytonutrients’ packaging is 100% compostable and the interior is recyclable. And as if this was not already enough, get your green thumb ready - as Seed Phytonutrients also includes a pack of seeds in their products for you to plant, watch growing and take care of! How amazing is that?
Andrea’s Organic Market (back to index)
This brand creates handcrafted hair care products, both in liquid and solid forms - looking after those who can’t let go of the traditional form and the cleansing bars enthusiasts.
Their banana and avocado hair masks are notorious, together with their “Lustrous Hair - Rosemary Hair Rinse”! Not all Andrea’s Organic Market products are vegan, so make sure you double check the labels when shopping. All of their packaging are 100% recyclable and plastic-free.
All Good (back to index)
All Good product range spaces from lip care to hair care, hand sanitisers, and even SPF lotions and creams. What I’m going to focus on here is their coconut oil, which - to some hair types - can be a real lifesaver. Not only it has a wonderful, natural fragrance to it, but it also helps seal in moisture and smoothing down your tresses. You can apply it raw on your mane as a natural hair oil, or mix it with nourishing ingredients for a deep conditioning DIY treatment.
Jack Henry (back to index)
Short hair? No problem. You don’t have to necessarily resort to harmful chemicals and harsh products to give your hair texture and shape! If you’re looking for a way to style your hair with kindness, this lightweight and low-waste hair paste will be your best friend: not only its ingredients list is free of parabens, sulfates, SLS & SLES and artificial fragrances, but the glass jar it comes in is recyclable too, and ships in plastic-free packaging. What else?
Yarok (back to index)
Yarok, meaning “green” in Hebrew, makes all sorts of hair products that bring your hair back to life, nourishing it from within. Are you planning to try something new this summer? Their “Feed Your Sunshine” hair serum was designed for outdoorsy folks and beach bums all together - protecting your hair and scalp from direct sunlight.
Rahua (back to index)
How do you set the perfect hairstyle without contributing to damaging the ozone layer that protects our planet from harmful UV rays?
Well, with a sustainable hairspray of course. If you’re a hair care natural remedies enthusiast you’re probably already familiar with rahua oil, the miracle in a bottle coming all the way from the Amazon rainforest. Rahua developed a handful of ethically sourced and crafted products, including their amazing volumising hair spray - coming in a spritz bottle - that leaves your hair soft and silky without missing out on a long lasting hold.
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