Nutrient replenishing conditioner contains ingredients that permanently bond to your hair’s cortex, leaving it stronger and with greater elasticity. It works especially well when used with heat, leaving your hair in better condition than ever before.
- Deionized water,
- Behentrimonium methosulfate (Antistatic Agent; Hair Conditioning Agent; SURFACTANT, rated 1 on EWG),
- Cetearyl alcohol (*Fatty Alcohol* emulsifier, rated 1 on EWG),
Ceteareth 20 (Surfactant, rated 3 on EWG),
- Green tea,
- Sunflower oil,
- Aloe vera,
- Jojoba oil,
- Lavender oil,
- Wheat protein,
- Wheat amino acids,
- Tocopherol (Vitamin E, conditioning, antioxidant, rated 1 on EWG),
- Lecithin (Skin Conditioning Lipid, rated 1 on EWG),
- Panthenol (Vitamin B5, rated 1 on EWG),
- Caprylic acid (Fatty acid, emulsifier, surfactant, rated 1 on EWG),
- Glycine (Amino acid, conditioning rated rated 1 on EWG),
- Phenoxyethanol (Preservative, rated 4 on EWG),
- Potassium sorbate (Preservative, rated 3 on EWG)
- Citric acid.
After shampooing with Moisture Nourishing Shampoo, apply a small amount of Nutrient Replenishing Conditioner to wet hair. Work through to the ends and leave on for 5 minutes. For maximum results leave on for 10-20 minutes using a heat cap or dryer. Rinse thoroughly and follow with Revitalizing Leave-In Conditioner.
Knotty Hair Bar is proud to help you make the healthiest choices when it comes to hair care by providing an ingredient breakdown on our products so those scary chemical names are now defined for you. Each chemical ingredient is linked to its full listing on EWG so that you can see the ratings and any concerns. Here is a quick cheat sheet on terms:
Surfactant: "Surface Active" this is a cleansing agent.
Emulsifier: Helps to combine the oils and water based ingredients to avoid seperation
Antimicrobial: Helps repel growth of bacteria to preserve shelf life
Viscosity: Thickness of a product
Preservative: Helps keep a product from spoiling or going rancid
Lipid: (in this case) Fat derived from eggs or soybeans
Amino Acid: Protein
*Overall Ratings are based on the sum of concerns including environmental, allergies, use restrictions, gaps in data, use restrictions, as well as cancer and toxicity, it is always best to read the full description and not just the rating number.