Love is in the hair! Packed with coconut, kukui and castor oil, this hair oil has aromatherapeutic qualities that rejuvenate and stimulate the scalp to promote healthy hair growth.
- Effectively conditions and smooths frizz
- Leaves your hair smooth and glossy
- No synthetic preservatives, colours, or fragrances
Fractionated coconut (cocos nucifera) oil*, kukui (aleurites moluccanus) oil**, castor (ricinus communis) oil*, lavender (lavendula officinalis) oil*, rosemary (rosmarinus officinalis) oil*, peppermint (mentha piperita) oil* and ylang ylang (cananga odorata) oil*.
*Certified organic **Fair trade
How to use:
- As a hair conditioner, warm 2 – 3 sprays of oil between palms.
- Apply onto mid-shaft to ends of towel dry hair to condition.
- Leave on and let your hair shine.
- Once a week, as a scalp nourisher, massage oil generously onto clean scalp.
- Wash off after 20 minutes.
Always do a skin patch test in case of allergy. Store in cool, dry condition.
"I cannot live without this hair oil in Singapore's humidity. It tames my wavy hair and adds a nice shine." -Winona
About the brand:
Inspired by the beauty in simplicity, created for the woman who wants it all.
Being in the bustle of city life and frequent jet-setting, the need for non-toxic multi-tasking skincare is imperative to prevent radical-free damage. WANT is an ethical brand based in Singapore founded in 2016 that wants you to thrive in your best skin.
Formulated from pure botanical oils and minerals, the ingredients are fair trade and sustainably sourced. The products are free from chemicals, synthetic ingredients and water for that 100% natural goodness. Not using water in the formulation also reduces carbon footprint. Most importantly, our products are cruelty-free.
At WANT, we believe that beauty is beyond appearance and it is the mind that empowers one. Wander amidst nature's treasures with our range of handcrafted natural skincare, let your beauty shine through with your graciousness. By buying our products, you are contributing to local communities and especially to women in cooperatives in Indonesia and Africa.