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Eco-Friendly, Natural Haircare Products That Actually Work

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It's easier than ever to recycle packaging, support sustainable ingredient sourcing, and get great hair all at once.

“We now have incredible options available with innovative, recyclable, even chic-looking packaging and effective, earth-friendly formulas—you simply have to choose them,” says Shane Wolf, the founder of Seed Phytonutrients, a beauty brand that comes in compostable paper-covered bottles with a packet of heirloom herb seeds to plant. “Then, of course, use every last bit of what you buy before stocking up on more, and recycle or compost the containers.”

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Seed Phytonutrients Heavy Duty Conditioner

seed phytonutrients eco friendly heavy duty conditioner

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Seed Phytonutrient's Heavy Duty Conditioner is made with camelina seed oil, sunflower seed oil, coconut, shea butter, and turmeric, all in the brand's signature compostable packaging.

Buy It, $24

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Shampoo with a Bar

Meow Meow Tweet Rosemary Avocado Shampoo Bar

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Eight million tons of plastic waste end up in the ocean each year. One move to reduce that number: Swap your shampoo bottle for this vegan Meow Meow Tweet Rosemary Avocado Shampoo Bar. Lather, then run it through strands; hops flowers cleanse, while avocado conditions.

Buy It, $12

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Labels that Love the Earth

Love Beauty and Planet Hope & Repair conditioner

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When a bottle’s label can’t be removed, it can prevent it from being recycled. Love Beauty and Planet Hope & Repair conditioner uses a special adhesive so its label comes off easily.

Buy It, $7

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Recycle Your Stylers

Garnier Fructis Style Curl Treat

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You’ve finished your Garnier Fructis Style Curl Treat. Now place it in a box, print a free shipping label at TerraCycle.com, and mail it. The program turns the plastic into raised beds, lumber, and more for Garnier Green Gardens.

Buy It, $7

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Support Sustainability

Le Prunier Plum Beauty Oil

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Upcycled plum kernels from an organic farm in Northern California are used to make Le Prunier Plum Beauty Oil; a drop instantly smooths dry ends.

Buy It, $72

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Opt for Naturally Derived Dye

Clairol Natural Instincts products

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Clairol Natural Instincts, a demi permanent hair color that lasts through 28 shampoos, is made with 80 percent naturally derived ingredients and comes in recycled packaging.

Buy It, $12

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