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Oat Replenishing Shampoo

Replenishing shampoo for dry and damaged hair

6.4 FL OZ | Price: US$11.00

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Oat Replenishing Shampoo

How to use

Massage shampoo into wet hair, rinse.

Replenishing shampoo for dry and damaged hair

Delight your senses with the delicate scent of mimosa flowers and tonka beans, and let organic oat extract help strengthen hair, reduce breakage and mend split ends. Made with 72% organic ingredients, Oat Replenishing Shampoo contains organic jojoba seed oil to restore, protect and smooth the hair’s surface, while organic sage leaf extract revitalizes and protects from damage. For those converting to natural hair care from conventional, we recommend using the Oat Replenishing Shampoo in combination with the Oat Replenishing Conditioner. The mild, biodegradable surfactants in Weleda hair-care products ensure excellent cleansing despite producing little foam and are tailored to the individual needs of the scalp and hair.

Avena Sativa (Oat) Extract

Oats are native to warm Mediterranean regions of the world. Known for their anti-depressant properties, oats are also used in Homeopathy for "nervous exhaustion and insomnia" (see A Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica by John Clarke, MD, 3rd ed. 1987, vol. I, p. 234).

Jojoba (Simmondsia Chinensis) Seed Oil

Commonly referred to as the Jojoba plant, this evergreen shrub bears olive-shaped fruits and grows wild in arid environments, such as Arizona Mexico and South America. Jojoba Oil is derived from the seeds (beans) within the fruits. This oil, classified as a wax, is easily absorbed by the skin and is especially beneficial in treating inflamed and irritated skin conditions.

Sage (Salvia Officinalis) Leaf Oil

This herbal plant, indigenous to the Mediterranean region, emits a refreshing fragrance and is used externally as a cleansing and purifying agent. The plant is indigenous to the Mediterranean region and has naturalized in all of Europe. It is also cultivated in North America. It is approved by Commission E for loss of appetite. In folk medicine, it is used internally for gastric disorders such as loss of appetite, bloating, flatulence, diarrhea and enteritis (see PDR for Herbal Medicines, 2nd Ed., p. 655).