peppermint conditioner bar
Clarifying conditioner bar with peppermint leaf essential oil.
Best for normal to oily hair, our peppermint conditioner bar will moisturize your strands with coconut and jojoba oil, cocoa butter and Vitamin E - without weighing them down or ever feeling "greasy,” while the invigorating peppermint aroma freshens up your shower! Peppermint oil will create a fresh and tingly sensation on the scalp, which is also a home remedy for promoting hair growth. Coconut oil will seal in moisture and help prevent split ends, jojoba oil helps maintain your scalp's natural oil balance because it is nearly identical to the natural oils you already create, and cocoa butter provides nourishment and helps to maintain healthy oil production. We have also added Vitamin E to support scalp health and help stimulate hair growth with its natural antioxidant effects.
Behentrimonium methosulfate (from rapeseed oil), cetearyl (natural emulsifier and conditioner), cocoa butter, cetyl alcohol, coconut oil, Peppermint Essential oil, glycerin, olive oil, jojoba oil, wheat germ oil, d-panthenol, vitamin E.
2.1 oz. (60 g)
How to use:
Our conditioner bars only need a thin coat to condition and comb through your hair, since your hair was never stripped of oils in the first place. After your hair is thoroughly coated with conditioner, use a wide tooth comb to brush the product through your hair to evenly distribute the product. For extra moisturizing power, apply a small amount of the conditioner bar after you get out of the shower to your towel-dried hair as a leave-in treatment.
What it does for the planet:
Most liquid conditioner bottle are comprised of 95% water. Our solid contioner bar that will last as long as 3 liquid 12 fl. oz. conditioner bottles beucase we cut out the excess water.
Additionally, Parrotfish uses boxes that are 95% post-consumer and 5% post-industrial content as well as being fully recyclable and biodegradable.
For a reduced carbon footprint, our products are shipped with USPS, using existing postal routes. On average, this will have a smaller carbon footprint than driving to the store.