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Which Organic Ingredient Do You Love Most?

Now you won’t have to sacrifice beautiful style when choosing a natural haircare line. Introducing TRESemmé Naturals, a collection of products formulated with USDA-certified organic ingredients. These products have naturally derived polymers that leave your hair healthier, shinier, stronger, and looking naturally gorgeous.

The Naturals collection has low-sulfate shampoos and silicone-free conditioners combined with natural polymers that will give your hair a more natural alternative without sacrificing performance.

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cherryk cherryk 5 years
I hate it when a company promotes their product as "natural." You can add in some plant extracts, but if you keep all the other crap in the shampoo and conditioner you should not call it natural.
mommahello mommahello 5 years
Aloe for me.
mommahello mommahello 5 years
Aloe for me.
leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 5 years
Well based of the choices given, my vote goes towards the amazing healer, multi-purposeful Aloe Vera. Other natural ingredients I love are cranberry, green or white tea, extra virgin olive oil, coconut oil and tea tree oil (among some.)Just a pet-peeve: having TRESemme sponsor this blog post. No matter what the company says, their product is not natural and the word "derived" means hundreds of chemicals can be added in when it does through factory processing without having to print said chemical-additives on the label. Just a loophole.
leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 5 years
Well based of the choices given, my vote goes towards the amazing healer, multi-purposeful Aloe Vera. Other natural ingredients I love are cranberry, green or white tea, extra virgin olive oil, coconut oil and tea tree oil (among some.) Just a pet-peeve: having TRESemme sponsor this blog post. No matter what the company says, their product is not natural and the word "derived" means hundreds of chemicals can be added in when it does through factory processing without having to print said chemical-additives on the label. Just a loophole.
addictedreader addictedreader 5 years
why weren't sweet almond and hemp oils included in the choices??? or rose or argan or green/white tea???
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