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Avocado

Co-Wash

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Is this the greatest mash up there's ever been?

Forget about popular singing renditions, this fresh avocado, extra virgin olive oil and cider vinegar co-wash (also known as conditioner-washing) is the real headliner. It gently cleanses without stripping the hair of its naturally protective oils. If you're ready to 'av' a go, just get hair wet and slip a piece of this co-wash directly over hair (or make a silky lather in your hands first). Massage in to distribute evenly then wash off for silky, hydrated hair. If you're not convinced yet, you'll be instantly converted by the burst of limey fragrance with sweet, fruity bergamot oil.

23 Ingredients
Cupuacu Butter
Conditioning and softening
Softening and conditioning
Conditioning and moisturising

*occurs naturally in essential oils.

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ma-waipouri_458222

About 1 year ago

I follow the curly girl method of using no or low sulphates, no silicones and no parabens and I was so excited to try this as so many of the best products are in Australia. In terms of using it, it was awful! Horrible to distribute, took so long and created so many knots! I ended up having to condition and do a wet comb. Smelled great though. Resulted in light, clean feeling hair without feeling stripped or dry. The result was good but not good enough for how horrible it was to apply. Will try the tip from an above comment but so far I'm glad I only bought a small amount.

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ellymoep

About 2 weeks ago

I got a sample of this from the Newmarket Auckland store, and they advised to play around with this co-wash until it worked for me. I'm glad I tried different ways of applying to my hair because it's worth it in every way! I found squashing a small amount in my palms and working into a smooth paste then smoothing down length of wet hair, then working out into your hair is the best technique. Smells flippin amazing, so I work a tiny little bit like a pomade after a shower onto the ends and shorter "stick up" curls at the front of my head. Stays smooth, soft and shiny all day.

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ellymoep

About 2 weeks ago

I got a sample of this from the Newmarket Auckland store, and they advised to play around with this co-wash until it worked for me. I'm glad I tried different ways of applying to my hair because it's worth it in every way! I found squashing a small amount in my palms and working into a smooth paste then smoothing down length of wet hair, then working out into your hair is the best technique. Smells flippin amazing, so I work a tiny little bit like a pomade after a shower onto the ends and shorter "stick up" curls at the front of my head. Stays smooth, soft and shiny all day.

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