African Black Soap No-Poo Clarifying Wash Travel size

Code
00438360000000
R74.95
-+

Overview

All-natural sulphate free clarifying wash with twist cap applicator for easy application to the scalp.

Description

African Black Soap is an age old African skin and hair care remedy packed packed with some of nature's most powerful ingredients. Made with natural coco pod ash and nourishing oils, this natural cleanser is effective in thoroughly clarifying the hair whilst maintaining moisture balance of your tresses.

Ingredients

Aqua, Alata Samina (Saponified Theobroma (Cocoa), Musa Balbisiana (Plantain Skin), Palm Elaeis Guineensis (Palm Leaves), Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter), Cocos Nucifera (Coconut Oil)), Prunus Dulcis (Sweet Almond Oil), Macadamia Intergrifolia (Macadamia Nut Oil), Melaleuca Alternafolia (Tea Tree Essential Oil).

Warnings

For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes. If product comes into contact with the eyes, rinse thoroughly with warm water. If irritation develops and persists, discontinue use and consult a physician.

Directions

Section hair and detangle each section using the AN'M Bamboo comb and the AN'M Chia Seed Leave-in Conditioner. Apply small amount of the AN'M African Black Soap Clarifying Wash directly to scalp and lather. Rinse hair with lukewarm water and follow with the AN'M Shea Butter Conditioner.

Dietary Summary

  • 100% Natural Ingredients
  • Paraben Free
  • Sodium Lauryl Sulphate Free
  • Sodium Laureth Sulphate Free
 

free deliveryclick and collectsafe and secure

Recent articles

Capturing Confidence
15 Oct

Capturing Confidence

Confidence. Perhaps you feel you’ve never had it, or you used to have it until that thing that happened to leave you drowning in a sea of self-doubt.

Read more
Towards Conscious Commerce
15 Oct

Towards Conscious Commerce

Large corporations today employ between 200 to 400 times more people than what populated any of Europe’s most prominent medieval cities. It’s predicted that by 2020, the size of the global middle class will have almost tripled to 4.9 billion, from 1.8 billion in 2009.

At last count, the number of unique mobile connections operating across the internet outnumbered humans by1.2 billion. This dense interconnectivity removes the effect of the physical barriers (like oceans and mountains) that forced separation between nations. It also means that more machines than humans are communicating with one another to share information about and make decisions on behalf of humans in real time.

Read more
Do Your Om Thing
15 Oct

Do Your Om Thing

My relationship with yoga is a complicated one. I’ve become fast friends with some poses, while engaging in long-standing feuds with others. It’s taken me some time to accept that yoga is not about performance, but practice – both on and off the mat.

Read more