St Botanica Activated Charcoal Hair Conditioner
St. Botanica Activated Charcoal Hair conditioner can be used for all hair types as a regular conditioner to reduce frizziness, and add volume to your hair. However, there is no evidence that charcoal can detoxify hair.
What is it? Hair conditioner with charcoal
Who can use? All hair types
Goodies: Aloe Vera, Oat extract, Olive oil, Green tea extract, Eucalyptus oil and Spearmint oil.
St. Botanica Activated Charcoal Hair conditioner is dimethicone based conditioner like any other conditioner available in the market. However, it comes with an added advantage of following active ingredients:
- DE-FRIZZING AGENT: Polyquaternium 73
- NOURISHING: with the help of Aloe Vera extract, oat extract, olive oil
- HAIR GROWTH: Aloe Vera extract, green tea extract, eucalyptus oil, spearmint oil
- DETOXIFICATION: Activated Charcoal
- St. Botanica Activated Charcoal Hair conditioner can nourish your hair with the help of Aloe Vera, Oat extract & Olive oil.
- It claims to help in hair regrowth with the help of Green tea extract, Eucalyptus oil and Spearmint oil. However, this effect might be too less to notice, because all these hair growth oils don’t stay on your hair for more than 5 minutes.
- It might help in reducing frizziness by forming a dimethicone coating on your hair.
- It might add volume to your hair with the help of silk and wheat proteins.
- St. Botanica Activated Charcoal Hair conditioner is free from Parabens, Phthalates and formaldehyde releasers.
- St. Botanica Activated Charcoal Hair conditioner is a dimethicone based conditioner. Therefore, it is not totally chemically free conditioner. However, more than 90% of hair conditioner available in the market have dimethicone.
- It has fragrances, cautious use is recommended if your allergic to fragrances.
- The role of activated charcoal for detoxification is not supported by any scientific evidence.
- Methylchloroisothiazolinone is preservative used instead of Parabens in this product. This ingredient might cause an allergic reaction in the skin and has a study that supports neurological toxicity in animals on chronic use. It is banned in leave on preparation, can only be used in rinse-off products in Canada and Europe in the concentration of 0.0015 per cent.
Dry, Normal, Oily
Dandruff, Hair fall