Your family’s hair will be shiny, soft and manageable with this pH-balanced, pure aloe formula. Stabilized aloe vera gel benefits not only your hair, but your scalp as well. The gel’s properties make it a natural alternative to other shampoos, while its gentle, concentrated formula makes it suitable for all hair types. Helping to maintain healthy hair and scalp, its enzymatic activity sloughs off dead cells. With the added benefits of stabilized aloe vera gel:
Jojoba Oil, another important ingredient, is an excellent lubricant that has been used in hair care formulas for years. It replenishes lost moisture to both skin and hair. It adds more body while removing hardened sebum from the hair, and fortifies the hair shaft and ends. This naturally allows you to comb through the tangles of wet or dry hair, without leaving a dry, fly-away appearance. Forever Living Aloe-Jojoba Shampoo, a mild product capable of cleaning even the oiliest hair, helps remove flakes and soothe the scalp, leaving your hair shiny and manageable.
Mild cleansing shampoo
Suitable for all hair types
Concentrated, pH-balanced formula
Forever Living Products Aloe-Jojoba Conditioning Rinse enriched formula with Vitamin B Complex and Hydrolyzed Protein has extra moisturizing power to leave your hair soft, shiny and manageable. Designed to be used after our Aloe-Jojoba Shampoo, we have created an Aloe-Jojoba Conditioning Rinse that cares gently and effectively for your hair. The unique combination of stabilized aloe vera gel and jojoba, an agent to remove electrostatic charges, conditions the hair to give it a feeling of freshness and a look of silky elegance. So give your hair that salon look and feel with the pH-balanced conditioning treatment of Aloe-Jojoba Conditioning Rinse!
- Strengthens with aloe amino acids, fortifying the amino acids in hair follicles and papillae
- It supplies saponins and natural sudsing agents to fortify hair and give it body.
- Extra moisturizing and conditioning power for soft, shiny hair
- Coats the hair shaft to eliminate split ends