Are you looking for an emollient conditioner that will not overload your low porosity hair *? Our Acacia contains only light oils: coconut (fractionated) and babassu, as well as murumur butter. They are all rich in low porosity fatty acids. The conditioner makes the hair smoother, shiny and elastic. Clay and algae extract contained in the conditioner help the hair to maintain volume. The pleasant scent of acacia will make your hair SPA more pleasant.
Our nutrient tubes and night masks are made of PCR – a recycled material.
What are the individual components of the conditioner responsible for?
Action Component / function
Orbignya Oleifera Seed Oil Babassu oil – a very light oil from the penetrating group, which is ideal for low porosity hair because it does not take away their modest volume. It makes hair more elastic, gives it softness and beautiful shine.
Cetearyl Alcohol fatty alcohol, emollient, creates a film on hair that smoothes, conditions and prevents water from evaporating from the hair
Behentrimonium Chloride conditioner, prevents tangling of hair, gives shine and smoothes hair, has an antistatic effect
Astrocaryum Murumuru Seed Butter Murumuru Butter – rich in saturated, lauric fatty acid, ideally suited to the care of low porosity hair. It has a light and non-burdening texture and composition similar to the natural lipid barrier of the skin, thanks to which it is perfectly absorbed.
Caprylic / Capric Triglyceride Fractionated coconut oil – from the group of penetrating oils, has small particles, thanks to which it does not load even low porosity hair. It improves elasticity, nourishes and smoothes hair.
Starch Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride a natural derivative of a cationic polysaccharide made from food potato starch, conditioner, prevents tangling of hair, gives shine and smoothes hair, has an antistatic effect
Kaolin clay, absorbs excess sebum, gives hair volume and prolongs its freshness.
Fucus Vesiculosus Extract Extract from Algae – it has a strong moisturizing and antioxidant effect, protects and helps to maintain hair volume
Cetrimonium Chloride conditioner, prevents tangling of hair, gives shine and smoothes hair, has an antistatic effect
Benzoic Acid preservative
Dehydroacetic Acid preservative
BHT preservative, a component of Algae extract, used in trace amounts (0.0005%)
1. How often do you use this conditioner?
Emollient conditioners can be used even with every wash. We can use them solo or as a closure of protein / humectant care.
2. What is the difference between a mask and a conditioner?
The mask is intended to be a more full-bodied product with more active ingredients. As such, it should be kept on the hair longer, preferably about 30 minutes, so that it has time to penetrate the hair structure. Usually, masks are also denser than conditioners and we use them less often.
3. Can I use this conditioner after keratin straightening?
Yes, you can use it the most. There is nothing in the composition of this mask that could accelerate the leaching of keratin from the hair.
4. How to make the conditioner work even better?
Be sure to read our article with 7 simple CLICK tricks.
5. Is the conditioner vegan?
It does not contain any ingredients of animal origin, so it is vegan by all means.
6. Is Acacia suitable for medium to high porosity hair?
Due to the oils we use, we do not recommend it for high porosity hair (coconut and the rest can cause such hair). In contrast, people with thin and easy-to-load hair with medium porosity should be satisfied with the operation of Acacia.
7. Can the conditioner be used without rinsing?
Acacia due to its lightness can be used as a conditioner without rinsing. Of course, it should be applied in a really small amount.
8. Is it suitable for waves and curls?
Of course, provided it is matched to the porosity. For high porosity curls, it will be rather light.
9. Is it suitable for a child?
It all depends on how old the child is and how old his hair is. For a few-year-old, with hair behind shoulders Acacia should be very good.
10. Is it suitable for emulsification / tuning?
Of course – Acacia will work well for both. Its ‘neutral’, emollient composition makes it an ideal base for all DIY masks, and the emulsifiers contained in the composition make it easier to wash the oils from the hair.