Plaine Products Hair Repair is a versatile product that can be used as a detangler, to repair split ends, add shine, and replenish moisture. Try it before going out into the sun, sea, or pool to lock in hydration and prevent drying. It can also be used as a heat protectant before styling with hot tools.
Apply this lightweight, green tea-scented formula to clean damp hair, focusing on ends. When detangling, always start from the ends using a wide-tooth comb and work your way up the hair shaft to prevent snags and breakage.
~Tip: Try Hair Repair on second day hair to revitalize curls.
Vegan | Cruelty-Free | Non-GMO | Biodegradable | Sulfate-Free | Palm Oil Free
Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice
Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Oil
Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Oil
Mangifera Indica (Mango) Seed Butter
Argania Spinose (Argan) Kernel Oil
Microcrystalline Cellulose (Wood Pulp)
Algin (Seaweed derived)
Coco-Glucoside (Coconut derived)
Green Tea Natural Fragrance
Refillable Aluminum bottle.
Bring your empty Plaine Products bottle back to our location or you can get a free shipping label here to ship directly back to Plaine Products for them to reuse!
You may also choose to recycle the aluminum bottles. Aluminum can be recycled with no loss in quality and can be recycled indefinitely. Whereas when plastic is recycled it is down-cycled into a lower form until it becomes unusable and is sent to a landfill.
Most bathrooms are filled with plastic bottles that will only be used once before they head to the garbage or recycling can. While recycling plastic is always a good idea, experts agree that it isn’t a solution. Only 5 – 10% of plastic is reclaimed for recycling. Even when it is recycled, most plastic still eventually ends up in a landfill or in our lakes and oceans. It's so bad that in just a few decades, there might be more plastic in the world’s oceans than fish. That’s because plastic never really goes away. It’s designed to last forever. It’s hard to imagine, but all of the plastic that’s ever been made is still here, somewhere on the earth.
While plastic makes life (and bottling) easier, Plaine Products knew there had to be a better way. They decided to use aluminum bottles for several reasons. Historically, aluminum has proven to be a key material in successful recycling programs. Unlike plastic, aluminum is able to be completely recycled without any loss in quality at a fraction of the initial production costs and energy requirements. Plastic can only be recycled once or twice as it is downgraded each time it loops through the process. Plaine Products bottles are also strong enough to survive a number of trips. So they will be well worn before they recycle them. They are easily cleaned and sterilized, so they can ensure that their bottles are safe to use again and again.