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Protect your hair color with Herbal Essences Birch Bark Extract Sulfate-Free Gentle Cleanse Shampoo. Our real botanicals are endorsed by Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, the world’s leading expert on plants. This shampoo, with real botanicals, gently cleanses and protects color-treated hair.
Birch Bark Extract Shampoo is also EWG Verified to meet the Environmental Working Group’s standards on ingredient selection, transparency and manufacturing.
Color-safe and pH-balanced, this gentle shampoo infuses notes of ocean mist, dewy florals and warm amber into your hair—leaving it soft and smooth.
Lather, rinse and repeat with ease knowing your shampoo is free of sulfates, silicones, parabens, mineral oil and dyes. Birch Bark Extract shampoo is also made with at least 87% natural-origin ingredients.*
SULFATE-FREE • SILICONE-FREE
PARABEN-FREE • MINERAL OIL-FREE • DYE-FREE
MADE IN FACILITY WITH ZERO MANUFACTURING WASTE TO LANDFILL AND WITH RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY CREDITS
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BETULA ALBABARK EXTRACTBirch BarkNative Americans brewed tea with birch bark to create a drink that's high in Vitamin C and antioxidants.ALOE BARBADENSIS LEAF JUICEAloeAloe has been called the "plant of immortality." Both Cleopatra and Nefertiti used aloe as part of their daily beauty routines.ECKLONIA RADIATAEXTRACTSea KelpSea kelp contains the antioxidant iodine which attaches to cell membrane structures to reverse damage from free radicals.PANTHENOLPanthenolPanthenol is a form of Vitamin B5, it helps moisturize hair by absorbing and retaining water molecules. HISTIDINEAntioxidantsAntioxidants help protect the body's cells from the damaging force of free radicals.
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