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The launch collection, HoliRoots, comprises of 4 products – a hair oil, shampoo, conditioner and hair mask – each formulated to enrich the hair and spirit.
Free from Silicones, Parabens, Phthalates, Sulfates, Animal Derived Ingredients, Animal Cruelty
Hair oil (55ml / 1.8 fl oz) – A fragrant pre-wash treatment oil that strengthens hair from the roots.
Shampoo (250ml / 8.5 fl oz) – A natural deep cleanse for smooth healthy hair as shampoo was intended to be.
Conditioner (250ml / 8.5 fl oz) – Tames frizz and softens for hydrated, manageable hair.
Hair Mask (237ml / 8 fl oz) – Hydrate and repair naturally for abundance.
521 in stock
Strengthens your scalp and hair roots.
A blend of ten roots, it has long been known as the ultimate remedy for thick hair.
Delivers essential nutrients for healthy scalp cleanse.
Smooth and shine for the glossiest mane.
See individual product pages for full list of ingredients.
How To Use
- Hair Oil: Apply desired amount of oil to parted, dry hair. Massage into roots. Leave on for at least 5 minutes or overnight for best results. Rinse well before cleansing with the HoliRoots Shampoo and Conditioner.
- Shampoo: Wet hair and lather in at least 3 pumps of product. Massage from root to tip and take deep breaths. Rinse and gently squeeze out excess water before applying HoliRoots Conditioner.
- Conditioner: After using the HoliRoots Shampoo, lather in at least 3 pumps of product. Apply from mid-length to tip for best results. Wait for a couple of minutes before rinsing and gently squeezing out excess water.
- Hair Mask: Apply desired amount of product from tip to root on damp hair, section by section until evenly applied. Gently rub product into hair strands and allow to sit for at least 5 minutes. Rinse well with warm water.
We believe your shower ritual can be calming, enjoyable and more meaningful. Our curiosity for ultimate wellbeing led us to India, the birthplace of fables and thick, beautiful manes, where we discovered rare, fragrant spices and potent plant roots that have been passed down through generations of women for the use of self-healing. It was not long before India symbolised more than a place; it was a journey to bliss. An invitation to those who dared to awaken their minds, bodies and spirits in the wilderness, was the key to the preservation of the world. In our contemporary age, if the tiger, a powerful symbol of strength and the king of India, enjoys regal beauty in even the harshest of conditions, why can’t we?’ – The Mehta Siblings