Banana Truly Nourishing Hair Mask
For normal to dry hairDeeply nourishingVegan
Gets deep down into hair, dishing out a replenishing banana-infused kiss-of-life to every strand when used with the Banana shampoo and conditioner. Helps to reduce frizziness and lift levels of shine to new heights, sans the weight of product in your hair.
Yep, that’s right. Banana, of all things, is part of the tangle-taming formula we’ve put together for your locks. Bananas are packed full of good stuff, with curves to be proud of – just like you, really. But seriously, they’re rich in potassium, vitamins and a naturally sweet scent – combined in our Banana Hair Mask formula with other natural-origin ingredients it helps to give hair a healthy-looking shine and feel nourished from root-to-tip, helping soften your ‘do at the same time.
Beyond banana beauty benefits, we know you care about how your lotions and potions are made. So you’ll be pleased to know that this Nourishing Hair Mask is totally vegan, supporting the local ecosystem where bananas grow. We blend organic banana puree from Ecuador with Community Fair Trade Brazil nut oil from Peru to concoct our Banana Truly Nourishing Hair Mask.
Isn’t the world a funny place? Everything’s connected when you think about it. From growing on tropical trees, to being smothered into your hair in the tropical oasis of your bathtub. We’re so glad we could bring you together.
- A weekly ritual
- Everyone with normal to dry hair will love this treatment
- Our Banana range helps hair feel nourished and look shinier
Community Fair Trade Brazil nut oil
Protects skin and rainforests
Brazil nuts are nutrient-packed little wonder nuts that are brilliant for your skin and hair. We get ours from Peru, where they’re hand-cracked, cold-pressed and filtered to produce high-quality, moisturising oil.
Our Community Fair Trade partner in Peru is Candela. They’re a non-profit who represent the Castañero nut collectors that gather wild Brazil nuts from the forest floor, and we’re really proud to have been working with them since 1998.
Our trade also helps protect the Madre de Dios Amazon area. Brazil nut trees only grow their fruits in untouched rainforest, and our trade provides an alternative source of income to destructive practices like ‘slash-and-burn’ logging. Together, we’ve helped to protect over 8,000 hectares of Amazonian rainforest.
Candela are a fair trade organisation who offer workers social security, sick pay, maternity leave and pensions - benefits not available to most workers in the area.