The Fixer Conditioner Bar

$17.50

Does your hair and scalp need a little extra TLC? The Fixer might be your new best friend. With a combination of soothing lavender, a touch of sweet basil, the deep warmth of cedar wood essential oils, and super-power ingredients: stinging nettle extract and rosemary essential oil – you'll reduce scalp inflammation, neutralize free radical damage and oxidative stress, all while blocking DHT to help prevent hair loss. You're in good hands with this one.

These conditioner bars result in soft, manageable, salon-quality hair. They last 50-75 washes and are the perfect way to cut down on plastic packaging in your personal care routine. Your hair and the environment will thank you for using these wonder-bars! On the move? These fit perfectly in the reusable bags found here.

100% essential oil

(rosemary + stinging nettles | lavender + sweet basil)

Recommended Hair Type: repairing + strengthening | chemically-treated hair

Ingredients: behentrimonium methosulfate (from rapeseed oil), cetearyl (natural emulsifier and conditioner), cocoa butter, cetyl, coconut oil, castor oil, glycerin, olive oil, jojoba oil, wheat germ oil, cocoa powder, (essential oils of: lavender 40/42, peppermint supreme, eucalyptus blue mallee, rosemary (Morocco), clary sage (France), sweet basil (India), cedar wood Virginian), petigrin, hydrolyzed quinoa protein, d-panthenol, and vitamin E

 

Dimensions: 2 inches round

Canadian. Vegan. Cruelty-free. Gluten-free. Toxin-free. Colour safe. Safe for extensions. 

Directions: Apply conditioner bar directly to wet hair and work through strands of hair. Start at the scalp and massage bar through to the ends. You should feel the ‘slip’ of the conditioner in your hair when you rinse thoroughly. Can be reapplied to ends and left in as a detangler. Dry and style hair as usual. Keep product out of eyes, ears, nose, and mouth.

Care: These bars last longest and perform best when allowed to dry between use. Unwrapped Life recommends storing them on a soap dish with drain holes and keeping them away from spraying water while not in use.

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