Botanique by Himalaya USA Hydrating Shampoo for Normal to Dry Hair - 11.83 oz. (350 ml)
Hydrating Shampoo is a vital treatment for dry, unruly hair that lacks luster and moisture. Botanique's Hydrating Shampoo moisturizes hair with a unique blend of rich botanicals like Aloe Vera, Coriander and Triphala, which hydrate and nourish the hair roots while Hibiscus, Licorice and Chebulic Myrobalan revitalize and provide moisture to your hair and scalp.
- Fenugreek - Helps hydrate and condition your hair.
- Coriander Oil - Naturally stimulates hair growth.
- Patchouli Oil - Natural tonic with soothing properties.
- Vetiver Oil - Adds volume; gently strengthens and nourishes hair.
- Licorice - Helps rejuvenate hair and has nutritive qualities.
For healthy, lustrous winter hair you need gentle shampoos and moisturizing conditioner that will cleanse and rejuvenate without stripping, hydrate without adding excess weight and give volume to lifeless and dull hair. Formulated with organic botanicals and essential oils sich as amla, holy basil, gotu kola, Fuller's earth and coriander, Organique's shampoos and conditioner will give you healthy, vibrant hair without hash preservatives and hair-stripping cleansers. Gentle, safe, and effective. Good for you, and the earth too!
No Animal Testing
Botanique by Himalaya, a line of personal care products made by Himalaya Herbal Healthcare, will now include the “leaping bunny logo” on all packaging. The line was approved by the British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection (BUAV) under the International Humane Cosmetic Standard (HCS), a global standard that operated across Europe, the United States and Canada and is awarded to companies that do not test cosmetics and toiletries on animals.
“The BUAV’s leaping bunny logo is the gold standard worldwide for cruelty-free products, and we’re proud and grateful to receive their official seal of confidence” said Nabeel Manal, Himalaya president and CEO.
“The BUAV welcomes the stance taken by Himalaya Herbal Healthcare in responding to the growing concern over the cruel use of animals to test cosmetics and toiletries,” said BUAV’s chief executive Michelle Thew. “We are delighted to approve Botanique by Himalaya under our international Humane Cosmetic Standard.”
Manal said no animal testing is performed during the production of Botanique by Himalaya. In addition, the products are manufactured using organically grown herbs and organic essential oils. They are free of parabens, sodium laurel sulfate, phthalates, petroleum and more than 200 synthetic ingredients. Individual batch testing is performed for gluten-free labeling.
The leaping bunny logo for cruelty-fee certification will begin appearing on Botanique by Himalaya labeling as the next production batches are produced.