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Desert Essence Organics Shampoo Lemon Tea Tree Description:
  • Clarifying for Oily Hair
  • NSF-Contains Organic Ingredients

Remove excess oil and product build up with Desert Essence Organics Lemon Tea Tree Shampoo. Contains lemon tea tree oil and lemon peel extract to loosen and dissolve excess oil. Contains organic maca root extract known to strengthen and protect...

Desert Essence Organics Shampoo Lemon Tea Tree Description:
  • Clarifying for Oily Hair
  • NSF-Contains Organic Ingredients

Remove excess oil and product build up with Desert Essence Organics Lemon Tea Tree Shampoo. Contains lemon tea tree oil and lemon peel extract to loosen and dissolve excess oil. Contains organic maca root extract known to strengthen and protect hair. With regular use, hair is soft, smooth and more manageable.

Free Of Wheat, gluten, parabens, sodium lauryl/ laureth sulfates, phthalates, artificial fragrances or colors, silicones, EDTA, glycol or petroleum based ingredients, phosphates, cruelty, and animal testing of raw materials or finished product. Disclaimer These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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Aloe barbadensis leaf juice*, citrus limon (lemon) peel extract*, coco-glucoside (coconut/sugar), sodium coco-sulfate (coconut), lauryl glucoside (coconut/sugar), decyl glucoside (coconut/sugar),...
Aloe barbadensis leaf juice*, citrus limon (lemon) peel extract*, coco-glucoside (coconut/sugar), sodium coco-sulfate (coconut), lauryl glucoside (coconut/sugar), decyl glucoside (coconut/sugar), leuconostoc/radish root ferment filtrate, sodium chloride, glycerin (palm)*, leptospermum petersonii oil (lemon tea tree), melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) leaf oil*, panthenol (pro-vitamin B-5), lepidium meyenii root extract (maca root)*, yucca brevifolia root extract (yucca cactus)*, symphytum officinale leaf extract (comfrey)*, urtica dioica (nettle) leaf extract*, macrocystis pyrifera extract (sea kelp)*, salix alba (willow) bark extract*, citric acid, potassium sorbate *Certified organic
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Desert Essence

Shampoo Lemon Tea Tree
8 Fl Oz

Manufacturer Based in New York

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Desert Essence Organics Shampoo Lemon Tea Tree Description: Clarifying for Oily Hair NSF-Contains Organic Ingredients Remove excess oil and product build up with Desert Essence Organics Lemon Tea Tree Shampoo. Contains lemon tea tree oil and lemon peel extract to loosen and dissolve excess oil. Contains organic maca root extract known to strengthen and protect hair. With regular use, hair...
Desert Essence Organics Shampoo Lemon Tea Tree Description:
  • Clarifying for Oily Hair
  • NSF-Contains Organic Ingredients

Remove excess oil and product build up with Desert Essence Organics Lemon Tea Tree Shampoo. Contains lemon tea tree oil and lemon peel extract to loosen and dissolve excess oil. Contains organic maca root extract known to strengthen and protect hair. With regular use, hair is soft, smooth and more manageable.

Free Of Wheat, gluten, parabens, sodium lauryl/ laureth sulfates, phthalates, artificial fragrances or colors, silicones, EDTA, glycol or petroleum based ingredients, phosphates, cruelty, and animal testing of raw materials or finished product. Disclaimer These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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Aloe barbadensis leaf juice*, citrus limon (lemon) peel extract*, coco-glucoside (coconut/sugar), sodium coco-sulfate (coconut), lauryl glucoside (coconut/sugar), decyl glucoside (coconut/sugar),...
Aloe barbadensis leaf juice*, citrus limon (lemon) peel extract*, coco-glucoside (coconut/sugar), sodium coco-sulfate (coconut), lauryl glucoside (coconut/sugar), decyl glucoside (coconut/sugar), leuconostoc/radish root ferment filtrate, sodium chloride, glycerin (palm)*, leptospermum petersonii oil (lemon tea tree), melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) leaf oil*, panthenol (pro-vitamin B-5), lepidium meyenii root extract (maca root)*, yucca brevifolia root extract (yucca cactus)*, symphytum officinale leaf extract (comfrey)*, urtica dioica (nettle) leaf extract*, macrocystis pyrifera extract (sea kelp)*, salix alba (willow) bark extract*, citric acid, potassium sorbate *Certified organic
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