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Solid conditioners

Les après-shampoings solides

In the zero plastic family, after the shampoo, I ask for the conditioner solid version! It offers exactly the same qualities as its liquid cousin but is much more virtuous, and, good news, it rinses out faster. A new ecological (and economical) gesture to adopt for a complete zero waste hair routine.

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Umai was one of the first to imagine it (Le Soin L’Après-Shampoing Solide, 40 g, €19). Its natural active ingredients all come from France (only seven ingredients, such as flaxseed oil that nourishes the hair without weighing it down, oat butter that brings softness and shine, organic rosemary and emulsifiers from wheat and rapeseed that help rinse the product easily). Certified 100% biodegradable, suitable for pregnant and breastfeeding women and children over three years old, it is suitable for all hair types, even colored and sensitive scalps. Wrapped in recyclable cardboard packaging, it gently detangles and cares for the lengths and ends.

These characteristics seem to be the rule for solid conditioners, most of which are currently in this universal line.

This is the case of the Solid Conditioner without essential oils with marshmallow by Biocoiff’ (90 g, €11.90), the Smooth Solid Conditioner by Pachamamaï, scented with coconut milk and made in France (70 g loaf, €12.50), or the Ultradoux Organic Calendula and Fair Trade Shea Butter detangler by Cosmo Naturel, a certified organic balm that contains only organic and fair trade active ingredients (45 g, €8.30).

We can also mention the Conditioner Bar with …

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