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Zero Xeno Kombucha Shampoo Lemongrass

Zero Xeno Kombucha Shampoo Lemongrass

Zero Xeno

  • $12.00


Zero Xeno Kombucha Shampoo doesn't contain sodium lauryl sulfate or any of its derivatives. Our shampoo gently cleanses your hair and scalp by utilizing the natural cleaning power of a mildly alkaline pH. The lifting power of a slightly higher pH shampoo is an effective and natural way to remove sebum, oil and dirt that gets trapped beneath the cuticle layers of the hair shaft and builds up on the scalp. Our Kombucha Shampoo has a pH of 8.5.
 
Naturally occurring vitamins in Kombucha promote healthy hair and regulate oil gland secretion. Kombucha contains amino acids that nourish your scalp and hair. Formulated with organic, food grade and naturally derived ingredients our Kombucha Shampoo formula is free of hormone altering xenoestrogens. Safe for permed, relaxed and color treated hair.
 
Our natural saponified Castile soap is made with organic extra virgin olive which retains a subtle scent of natural olives. We only use 100% pure essential oils to ensure a natural light scent that is delightful and untainted by synthetic fragrances. We do not use any masking agents to ensure our natural formula is pure and untainted.
 
Our Kombucha Shampoo's thicker consistency is unlike traditional watery liquid Castile soap based products. We incorporate small amounts of natural baking soda in our formulations in order to create a liquid Castile soap that has a honey, gel like consistency. This thicker formula is more user friendly and economical, as a little goes a long way.
 
Be sure to use Zero Xeno's Kombucha Conditioner to complete your balanced hair care routine. It's equally important to use a lower pH conditioner in order to close the pores on your scalp and the cuticles on your hair shaft. This natural form of hair care may be unfamiliar at first but your hair and hormones will thank you for switching.
 
Please note that our Kombucha Shampoo is not suitable or functional in very hard water. It works best in water that has 0-15 grains of hardness. Contact your city's municipal water department to determine the grains of hardness your local water is. 
 
If buildup occurs and your hair or scalp become greasy, this is due to the hard water minerals attaching to the Castile soap base. Rinse hair with apple cider vinegar instead of shampooing once a week to remove buildup.