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SWEET BY NATURE
WILD AT HEART

NEW cherry almond shampoo & conditioner
98% naturally derived1
touchably soft hair | naturally sweet aroma2
 

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SOFT, NOT SILICONE

98% naturally derived1
Cherry almond leaves hair touchably soft, shiny
and full of weightless bounce with a cherry blossom
& omega-rich almond oil blend.

 

SWEET, NOT SIMPLE

cherry almond aroma
Crafted by our pure-fume masters from
38 flower & plant essenses including tonka bean,
orange and ylang ylang, it is 100% naturally derived1
where many scents like it are synthetic. 

 

CHERRY ALMOND
SOFTENING SHAMPOO

Deeply yet gently cleanses with babassu
& coconut-derived ingredients. 
 

CHERRY ALMOND
SOFTENING CONDITIONER

Instantly detangles and deeply conditions
with certified organic coconut oil & shea
butter, not silicones. 

COULD CHERRY ALMOND GET ANY SWEETER?

discover the deeper beauty inside cherry almond

Cherry almond shampoo & conditioner are 98% naturally derived1, with 100% naturally derived1 aroma. 

Cherry almond shampoo & conditioner are vegan, cruelty-free and tested on people. We do not test on animals and never ask others to do so on our behalf. 

The cherry almond shampoo bottle is 100% PCR, and the conditioner tube is 59% PCR with 41% bioplastic.3

 

As with all of our products, cherry almond is manufactured with 100% wind power through renewable energy credits and carbon offsets. 

Our cherry almond aroma is made from 38 flower and plant essences including tonka bean, certified organic orange and ylang ylang. 

  

CHERRY ALMOND IS FREE FROM

Animal by-Products
Silicones
Parabens
Phthalates
Mineral Oil
Gluten
Synthetic Fragrance

1From plants, non-petroleum minerals or water.

2100% naturally derived aroma from plants, non-petroleum minerals or water.

3Bioplastic is 96% plant derived and 4% petrochemical.

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