Alba Plumeria Replenishing Hair Wash - Shampoo 12 oz.
Our Price: $8.79
- No sodium lauryl/laureth sulfate, or other harsh chemicals
- No synthetic colors
- pH balanced
- 100% vegetarian ingredients and no animal testing
Hawaiian Hair Care
Signature ingredient: Papaya and awapuhi extracts provide gentle cleansing support. Mineral-rich kelp extract provides essential nutrients while tropical kukui nut oil maintains proper moisture level for soft, manageable hair.
Product description: Certified organic aloe, tropical fruit extracts, and macadamia nut oil restore vitality and gently wash away impurities.
Features and benefits: The fragrance of tropical blossoms infuses this daily shampoo with the enchanting aroma of a garden paradise. Certified organic aloe and kelp provide mineral-rich nutrition while gentle cleansers and tropical fruit extracts wash away impurities. Enriched with awapuhi for shiny, healthy hair.
Who should use this product? Gentle for all hair types.
Directions for use: Apply to wet hair and scalp, massage into rich lather. Rinse thoroughly. Follow with Alba Hawaiian Hair Conditioner.
Purified water, certified organic aloe barbadensis, sodium lauryl sulfoacetate, oleyl betaine, soyamidopropalkonium chloride, extracts of ananas sativus (pineapple), carica papaya (papaya) and zingiber zerumbet (awapuhi), guar hydroxypropyltrimonium chloride, citric acid, panthenol (pro-vitamin B5), soy protein, vegetable glycerin, macadamia ternifolia and aleurites moluccana (kukui) nut oils, ethylhexylglycerin, glycereth-7 cocoate, sodium benzoate, phospholipids, macrocystis pyrifera (kelp) extract, fragrance.
Glossary of SLS Terminology
Sodium lauryl sulfoacetate:
Derived from coconut and palm oils; a safe, skin-friendly surfactant (foaming agent) for both skin and hair. This mild plant derived surfactant creates a rich, luxurious lather that effectively removes surface oil, dirt and bacteria, without stripping or drying sensitive skin. Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate is also hydrophilic. This means it is attracted to water, which enables it to dissolve more readily in water, thus providing superior rinseablility.
Sodium lauryl sulfoacetate vs. Sodium lauryl sulfate:
Although an ingredient's name may sound similar to another, it does not mean that the molecules are similar with respect to shape, size, performance or even function. Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate sounds similar to Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, however, the two molecules are quite different from each other. Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate is a large molecule ingredient. Large molecule ingredients are considered to be mild, gentle, and non-irritating, as they cannot penetrate the skin. In contrast, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate is a small molecule ingredient, and is capable of penetrating the skin, which can increase the occurrence of skin irritation.
Sodium methyl-2 sulfolaurate:
Derived from coconut; mild, non-drying cleanser.
Sodium myreth sulfate:
Derived from coconut oil; adds emulsifying and foaming properties to products.
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