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Intelligent Nutrients

Bella Brand: Intelligent Nutrients — Can You Drink the Shampoo?

I could go for a nice drink of…shampoo!? Yep, you read it correctly. With food grade quality ingredients, Intelligent Nutrients products are so natural, you could even drink them. Well, that might be a bit of a stretch, but it's a possibility.

The creator of this relatively new brand feels that what goes on our bodies should be just as safe as what goes in them. Each hair, skin, and body product developed by the company is certified organic and contains a mega anti-oxidant blend that's packed with a punch, including black cumin, pumpkin, red grape, red raspberry, and cranberry seed oils. This all kinda sounds more like the basic components for a festive Thanksgiving dinner, not a spray-on hair detangler.

Founder Horst Rechelbacher explains on the website,

We’ve merged food science and cosmetic chemistry to create a new paradigm in beauty. We called it Nutritional Chemistry—it’s based on using only certified organic food-derived ingredients—substances the body recognizes and readily assimilates as nutrients in the body.

The company also plans to add more products to the collection, such as: body, skin, pet, baby, and home care brands, as well as my favorite — love therapy. Do you know what other environmentally friendly was founded by Rechelbacher? I'll tell you later in the comments below.

Photos courtesy of Intelligent Nutrients.

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dermamuse dermamuse 8 years
Intelligent Nutrients will be launching nationwide this October at Barney's stores in New York, Beverly Hills and San Francisco. Products included in the initial product launch are the Intellimune Oil, Intellimune Tablets, Wunderbar, Innercalm In-Fused Chocolate, Lip Delivery Nutrition, the scalp and hair care line, Multi-Functional Aromas. New product lines to follow are certified organic skin care, body care, maternal/baby care, love therapy, pet care, and home hygiene.
StormSister StormSister 8 years
USDA certified organic food is more expensive because it is harder to farm and certify. As we eat and demand more organics, the prices will go down. All organics are not created equally. Without the USDA certification, they are not organic. This organic line by Intelligent Nutrients is fantastic. It is certainly going to push for change in the beauty industry, because it is the US beauty industry is virtually unregulated. Remember reading about lead in lipstick? That is just the tip of the iceberg folks. Read the book, Not Just A Pretty Face.
Beauty Beauty 8 years
Right on, hlj504! It is Aveda.
JaimeLeah526 JaimeLeah526 8 years
Hopefully when more things are being created without chemicals the price will go down especially if they find a way to do it cheaper.
hlj504 hlj504 8 years
Aveda! :)
Francoisehardly Francoisehardly 8 years
It's always the better stuff that costs more, unfortunately.
MiniMuse MiniMuse 8 years
I absolutely agree that anything that goes on your body should be sage enough for you to eat. It is basically the, "You are what you eat" concept. What I do not get is that. Why, please help me understand why is that in order to live healthy and If Mother Nature intended for us to use these products, why does it have to be so expensive? I read the ingredients they are all natural. Does it really cost that much more to not tamper with natures things? Seriously, you would think that all these other chemicals that can slowly kill you "lol" would be much more expensive, like for example; Cigarettes! $40 is a ridiculous price for leave in conditioner. I guess being healthy is now a luxury. Can life get more unfair?
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