Waterless Conditioner Concentrate
At 3x concentrated, this waterless concentrate is basically a whole bottle of conditioner in a 100ml, travel-friendly, aluminum tube. It smells pretty heavenly too, since it's made with essential oils like bergamot and clary sage. It also comes with coconut oil and shea butter, which are known for strengthening and softening locks. It's color-safe, sulfate-free, and comes with a nifty metal tube key that helps you squeeze out the concentrate without wasting any of it. What's not to love?
- Women Owned
- Sustainable Agriculture
- Plastic Minimal
- Recyclable Packaging
- TerraCycle Packaging
- Carbon Neutral
- Zero Waste Product
Recycle the outer box, metal tube key, and empty aluminum tube in a curbside bin. The plastic cap is recyclable through TerraCycle by following our special instructions.
These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.
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Everist believes that everyday beauty essentials can be clean, effective, and free of single-use plastic at the same time. They're on a mission to fix the beauty industry's plastic problem, and make your hair and skin look great in the process. They craft products that are thoughtfully designed inside and out, for the eco-optimists of the world.Shop Brand
How to use
When you're done with shampooing, use the tube key to roll out the conditioner concentrate into your palm. Rub your hands and work the conditioner through your hair for 3 minutes. Rinse well.
What People Are Saying
Conditioner or shampoo?
I was expecting this to be a thick heavy cream, but I was surprised to find that it's actually liquidy and clear and looks more like shampoo. I guess it's conditioning my hair?
A bit Thick
I found this to be a bit thick and difficult to spread on my hair - I have very fine hair. It might be better for someone with thicker texture hair. Once I get it on my hair, I think it does do a good job conditioning it but it does take a bit of work.
Don’t waste your money.
It smells good. That’s it. It’s useless as a conditioner. You could put the whole tube in your hair and it wouldn’t feel conditioned. Maybe if you have really short hair, it could work.
Learning Curve, but ultimately great
I didn't like this conditioner at first. I already avoided sulphates and silicones, so I knew it wasn't that. I kept getting a residue left in my hair and it never felt clean, I tried using a different shampoo to see if it was that, but it was definitely the conditioner. After awhile a reread the instructions which tell you to work it in for 5 minutes, not just leave it on! So now I take a wide tooth comb and brush it through from all directions for a few minutes. No more residue! Nice and soft hair! After that I loved it. I should note that this doesn't have a lot of slip like a normal conditioner and with how wet your hair needs to be (like 0.2 seconds after moving your head from the shower stream!) it can feel like you don't have enough on- but you do! I use an inch for my shoulder length hair. It's not the holy-grail of conditioners, but it's still a good one and I'll take that for how sustainable the packaging is. It also lasted me about 4-5 months!
Does the trick!
I love the fresh scent, the way it goes from creamy to foamy in my hands, and how it applies evenly on my hair. It leaves my hair feeling soft but not weighed down by product. My hair is conditioned and shiny when dry. You can't go wrong! What a great, sustainable and natural way to wash your hair. Bonus: both shampoo and conditioner lasted me eight months (I only wash twice a week).