Surya Brasil- Amazonia Preciosa Cupuacu Shampoo- 10.14 oz. (300 ml)
Surya Brasil Amazonia Nut Conditioner is a 100% vegan, natural conditioner that protects, thickens and strengthens hair, providing shine and softness. Cupuaçu is a super antioxidant packed with vitamins A, B1, B2, B3 and C. Ideal when used with Amazonia Preciosa Cupuaçu Conditioner and Amazonia Preciosa Cupuaçu Hair Mask.
- Protects hair from the effects of wind, pollution and the hair dryer
- Provides softness, strength and shine
Aloe Vera: The miracle plant that is world-renowned for its moisturizing properties that soften both the hair and skin can be found in almost all of Surya Brasil's products. Aloe Vera contains as much as 75 nutrients, 20 minerals, 12 vitamins, 18 amino acids and 200 active enzymes, including Vitamin A, B1, B2, B6 and B12, Vitamin C and E, folic acid and Niacin. Minerals found in aloe vera include copper, iron, sodium, calcium, zinc, potassium, chromium, magnesium and manganese.
Cupuaçu: A super fruit that grows in the rainforest's of South America and belongs to the cocoa family, Cupuaçu is well-known for its high fatty acid content with moisturizing benefits to the hair. Rich in nutrients and vitamins B1, B2, B3 (Niacin) and at least nine antioxidants that neutralize free radicals (including Vitamin A and C), Cupuaçu is used in many Surya Brasil products, including the Amazonia Preciosa Cupuaçu Shampoo, Conditioner and Hair Mask.
Babaçu: Used for its emollient properties, Babaçu restores the natural oils of the hair. Babaçu oil is extracted from the nuts of wild-growing Babaçu palms. Babaçu oil has a high content of Vitamin E (a highly nourishing nutrient) in addition to antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. The oil is particularly rich in lauric and myristic acids, with lauric acids making up 50 percent of the entire composition.
Preciosa Oil: Also known as Aniba Canelila, the entire Amazonia Preciosa collection uses the sustainably-harvested resin taken from this evergreen tree native to the Amazon forest in Brazil, which contains anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties.
Innovation, Sustainability and Social Responsibility
Surya Brasil has spent the last 20 years unearthing the therapeutic performance of exotic botanical ingredients like buriti, murumuru and cupuaçu from the Amazon and combining them with ancient plants and herbs like 'Henna' (Lawsonia inermis) a flowering plant and Brahmi, a scalp soothing botanical from India to create the company’s best selling natural henna color formulations, hair care and skincare.
Surya Brasil is redefining what it means to be a successful business. Surya Solidarity the brand’s social division focuses on animal protection, environmental preservation, educational transformation & human rights. It is no longer okay to reap profits and not give back more than you take from society and the planet.
Surya Solidarity began sponsoring Construindo Talentos, (Building Talents) in 2009. The independent project, funded in entirety by the brand and initiated by co-founder, Wanda Malhotra, teaches arts, crafts, gardening, and vegan baking to children and adolescents ages 11-17 who live in foster care at Marly Cury. "We are teaching the children how to work in groups, with respect and unity. We want to help them realize their potential so that they can become professionals in the future and support themselves honestly and with dignity while becoming responsible adults,” explains Wanda Malhotra.
Wanda Malhotra, who believes that one of the most serious problems in Brazil, especially in big cities such as São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, is the violence experienced through crime and murder. She believes that the solution is to treat the root of the problem, that is, what causes the violence in thwe community, rather than just trying to control it.
Recently Clelia, who plays the drums and keyboard began visiting the Marly Cury foster home in São Paulo on Saturdays. She took these visits to a whole new level when she asked her employees and friends to come with her to start a music band with the children. They now practice at a recording studio every week and are beginning to make beautiful music together.
In 2014 Surya Brasil’s production facility in Sao Paulo recently passed the ISO 22716:2007 Guidelines on Good Manufacturing Practices while also celebrating the 2014 bill to prohibit cosmetics testing on animals in the State of Sao Paulo. Surya Brasil has always been a cruelty-free brand, never testing on animals or using animal-ingredients in their products.
The Zero Waste project aims to reduce waste, losses and damages within the production chain Surya Brazil.
Surya brasil wants to raise awareness and sensitize employees, customers and partners the importance in changing attitudes and habits of consumption, minimize waste generation, combat waste in all areas, to encourage the reuse of materials where possible and, lastly, the intended way correct for recycling.
The survival of the planet depends on simple actions that can be easily incorporated into the daily lives of individuals and businesses, and that will be really different if adopted by a large number of people.
About Surya Brasil
Created with ingredients from the Amazon Rainforest and natural botanicals from around the world, Surya Brasil is passionately committed to creating the best natural, organic and vegan lifestyle products that promote health, wellness and sustainability. Sold internationally in 40 countries, everything the brand makes is made with the utmost respect to the interconnectedness of all life and environmental preservation.