Yarok Feed Your Volume Conditioner (473ml)
Volume Boosting Conditioner in a Large 473ml Bottle
Deeply Moisturising, Nourishing and Promotes Manageability
Sweet Orange, Vetiver, Nettle and Macadamia Nut Oil
With Organic Ingredients and Free From Sulphates and Parabens
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Yarok Feed Your Volume Conditioner, a cruelty free, vegan Conditioner free of sulphates and parabens, available at Flora & Fauna.
A volume boosting conditioner which is deeply moisturising and nourishing and promotes manageability. The aroma is more earthy than the shampoo with organic ingredients and natural botanicals including Sweet Orange, Vetiver, Nettle and Macadamia Nut Oil for Omega 3 and 6.
Yarok means Green in Hebrew and was founded by a well known Israeli hairdresser. Yarok's philosophy is to create natural hair care that is nourishing and effective for the hair and scalp but also kind to the environment and planet. They use a powerful blend of organic and all-natural botanicals that are consciously sourced and responsibly harvested. YAROK uses primarily "certified organic" ingredients. All products are vegan and cruelty free.
Apply a small amount to roots and ends. Massage, leave on one to two minutes. For deeper conditioning apply heat for 10 minutes (wrap a hot towel around head, and/or spend 10 minutes in sauna, steam room, or hot bath.) Rinse well, for increased results, cleanse first with Yarok Feed Your Volume Shampoo.
The six step purification enhancement system:
Step One: Volcanic Sand: Precisely removes suspended solids, parasites, and bacteria such as E.coli. The Volcanic Sand absorbs trace heavy metals and merges with a carbon media to remove toxins like MTBE, pesticides, and PCB’s.
Step Two: Activated Coconut & Catalytic Carbon: These reduce 99% of chlorine, chlorinated hydrocarbons, chloramines, THMs, pesticides, foreign odors and tastes. Also removes MTBE, organic toxins, dirt, rust, sediment and bacteria.
Step Three: Magnetic Stone & Ceramic Magnets: This magnetic field purifies the water’s structure and drops the surface tension of the water while boosting its solubility this makes greater hydrating water that infiltrates cellular membranes and enhances the movement of nutrients and transports waste out of the body.
Step Four: Tenko Mineral Media: This results in a natural ionization process that creates the highest quality hydrogen & antioxidants which neutralize free radicals.
Step Five: Bakuhan Mineral: This adjusts the water to a stable alkaline PH. It increases the oxygen and eliminates harmful matter. This results in producing mountain spring water.
Step Six: Taicho Mineral: This creates a unique bio-static property that works to repress micro-organism and reduces the growth of bacteria, fungus, and algae in the water. IT also aids in neutralizing any remaining pesticides and chlorinated organic by-products.
purified aqua (water), vegetable emulsifying wax, herbal infusions of: Tussilago farfara (coltsfoot), Stellaria media (chickweed), Urtica dioica (nettles), Equisetum arvense (horsetail), Ulmus fulva (slippery elm), Althaea officinalis (marshmallow root), Symphytum officinale (comfrey root), Calendula officinalis (marigold) blossoms, Chamaemelum nobile (chamomile) flowers, Avena sativa (oatstraw) kernel, Simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed, Macadamia ternifolia (Macadamia nut) oil, Ascophyllum (seaweed) extract, Aloe Barbadensis (aloe vera) gel; wildcrafted essential oils of: Citrus sinensis (sweet orange), Rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary), Chrysopogon zizanioides (vetiver), Vitamin C, Salvia officinalis (Sage), Pelargonium graveolens (African geranium), Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree), Lavandula angustifolia (Lavender), Ravensara aromatica (clove nutmeg) & Citrus C. limon (Lemon); Citrus × paradisi (grapefruit) seed extract
The Real DealBy: Anonymous on 17 June 2017Yep- it works. I have thick, fine straight hair that is about 10% gray. Most body conditioners are too heavy, moisturising too light (frizz attack)...you get the picture. I've been using it about 3 weeks and the difference really kicked in a week ago. Started being asked if I had had a cut (not for over a year), colour (nope), bought a hairdryer etc. Will most definately be buying again