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Ingredients & Usage

  INGREDIENTS SPECIALTY OILS USAGE

Mint Condition

saponified oils of sunflower*, coconut*, palm*, safflower*, and castor*; water; essential oils of peppermint, eucalyptus, and rosemary; olive oil*; vitamin b5; hydrolyzed oat protein; rosemary extract

Olive Oil

A strong mint smell to get you going in the morning, weekday warrior. Olive oil is great for conditioning your hair without leaving it too heavy. Works well for nearly anyone, including people with severe allergies and sensitivities

Chill Out

saponified oils of sunflower*, coconut*, palm*, safflower*, and castor*; water; essential oils of lemongrass, sage, patchouli, and tea tree; avocado oil; vitamin b5; hydrolyzed oat protein; rosemary extract

Avocado oil

We developed this when we realized we wanted a shampoo to use after mowing the lawn or chopping firewood. Avocado oil is a more intensive conditioner, and the refreshing lemongrass and tea tree scents are great for winding down (and maybe cracking open a fine, hoppy beverage if you're so inclined).

Last Call

saponified oils of sunflower*, coconut*, palm*, safflower*, and castor*; water; essential oils of cedarwood, patchouli, pine, cassia, and clove; jojoba oil*; vitamin b5; hydrolyzed oat protein; clove powder; rosemary extract

Jojoba Oil

Jojoba oil moisturizes your scalp and fights dandruff - when we wanted a soap for hitting the town, jojoba was a must have. Cedarwood and pine scents round it off - we always feel our most manly when we smell like trees. Go get 'em.

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