Condition your hair and help improve the condition of the plranet using many of the same sustainable, nourishing, plumping ingredients as Yarok Feed Your Volume Shampoo.
Its warm and earthy aroma from wildcrafted essential oils of Sweet Orange, Rosemary and Vetiver is slightly less fruity than the shampoo. Our conditioner, of course, is free from chemicals, alcohol, sulfates, parabens or animal testing.
Chamomile Flowers & Oatstraw, Organic Jojoba Seed Oil (the oil most similar to our own natural sebum, making it superb for conditioning hair and scalp, possesses natural anti-oxidant properties), Macadamia Nut Oil (rich in fatty acid, Omega-7, helps repair dry, frizzy, damaged hair), Seaweed Extract, Organic Aloe Vera Gel, (healing properties, packed with vitamins and minerals) Calendula CO2, Organic and Wildcrafted Essential Oils of Sweet Orange, Rosemary & Vetiver, Vitamin C, Sage & Rosemary, Antioxidants, Grapefruit Seed Extract, Organic and Wildcrafted Essential Oils of Geranium, Tea Tree, Lavender, Ravensara Aromatica, Rosemary & Lemon, Sage & Rosemary Antioxidants, Grapefruit Seed Extract.
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The conditioner is very thin with a runny texture. This is great if you are looking for volume as this will not weigh down your hair. This smells like sage and rosemary with a hint of citrus oils. Occasionally I like to add the Feed Your Youth Oil if I am looking for a more intensive and thicker conditioner. I like to leave the conditioner in for 3 to 5 minutes. When I wash it out my hair feels lightly moisturised. This has also got anti inflammatory ingredients such as aloe vera and vitamin c which calms the scalp.
The result of using this range is my hair is in a much more manageable condition, looks a lot more healthier, shinier and voluminous. They are high end products of premium quality. If you are looking for instant results and hair care products that stand the test of time which gives you a silky smooth mane then look no further. I rate these three products 5/5 as this is the best organic hair care range I have used and I am thrilled to have been introduced to the range.Oh, snap. Don’t hate me, pals. I am in love with this stuff and it ain’t exactly cheap. But it’s worth it. Hear me out.
You know those fancy shoes in your closet that you pull out on the days when you feel like garbage? Or that lipstick that—natural or not—never fails you? Or that cute top your boyfriend bought you that you wore three times in one week because, well, it that kind of week and it’s just that kind of shirt? This is the shampoo and conditioner version of all of the above.
Let’s get the bad news out of the way. The shampoo and conditioner are $26 apiece for 8.5 oz (which is what I’d call a “regular” size bottle). I got sample sizes of the shampoo and conditioner for free, and quickly bought full sizes when I ran out. Money well spent, in my opinion. Here’s why.
I haven’t smelled a shampoo or conditioner with a scent this aromatic and interesting in a long time. It isn’t sweet, it isn’t musky, it isn’t too herbal, it isn’t too…anything. It’s fresh and invigorating, a curious blend of lavender, cedar, mandarin, orange, and rosemary that smells like all of those and none of them at the same time. And most important, the scent doesn’t alter strangely as the day goes on.
Still, it’s nice to use something sort of luxe, and something that offers different results entirely.
I used this several days in a row last weekend and air-dried every time. As a frequent air-dryer in the summer, I have to say I noticed a major difference in how my hair looked and felt (and smelled—did I mention the smell?). It’s a volumizing line, and my waves were left sort of perfectly beachy, but with no frizz whatever and they felt really, really silky. Not oily. Not coated in sillicone. Just, well, touchable and soft.
The marshmallow root is probably one of the reasons. It’s a slippery substance, and often used in shampoo and conditioner to help detangle and smooth the hair. It’s also used by herbalists for eczema, psoriasis and other skin irritations, which might explain why the rash on the nape of my neck, which comes and goes, and which I sometimes don’t mind and sometimes drives me completely insane, went away with a few days of use.
Also in there, calendula and chamomile, both of which my skin happens to love.
Each YAROK formula is a powerful blend of organic and all-natural botanicals that are consciously sourced and responsibly harvested. YAROK uses primarily "certified organic" ingredients. Very few hair care companies can say that every one of their products meet 100% of all vegan requirements.
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