Conditioner is Betta! Biodegradable Conditioning Rinse
"Finally, you made a conditioner!" many have told us. Sure it took awhile, but we wanted to get it right! Conditioner is Betta! has been specially formulated to pair with our very popular and equally amazing vegan Shampoo is Betta!
This cruelty-free conditioning rinse (like our Shampoo draws its name from the Billy Maddison movie - more on that later), will kickback frizz and banish tangles with the combined action of honey, panthenol (AKA Provitamin B5), virgin/fair trade cocoa butter and coconut oil. Plus, strengthening your lovely locks with the power of quinoa protein. For those of you with a little scratchiness, we also include oat kernel oil to tame that mane. Also, like in Shampoo is Betta! we added in peppermint oil for a tingle effect. Call it our cherry on top cause it makes Conditioner is Betta! smell dang nice.
Conditioner is Betta! is EWG Verified™ What does being EWG Verified™ mean? Click here to read more. But quickly, EWG is an impartial 3rd party non-government organization that, among other things, evaluates the safety of the ingredients contained in personal care products. Yes, our Conditioner is Betta! has received EWG's seal of approval!
Why did we name out product "Conditioner is Betta!"? Truly, we feel that our conditioner is better and we're also fans of Adam Sandler movies. Remember the scene in Billy Madison, Billy is having a luxurious bubble bath playing with the shampoo and conditioner bottles? Get it? Got it? Good!
We have created Shampoo is Betta! for all types of hair. Rest assured that extra care was taken to ensure it is gentle on the most sensitive of skin.
Directions: dish out enough shampoo to coat your hair thoroughly. Massage into hair. Let it foam-up. If it doesn't, add a little more 'till it does, i.e: rinse & repeat (Ahem...we're not trying to say that your hair is really dirty, but your hair might just be really dirty- zing!)
- Net wt. 210 g/7.5 oz Bottle | 55 g/2 oz Bottle
- As always: Cruelty Free (we only test on willing humans)