The Peace With The Wild Guide to Hair Rinses Leave a comment

At Peace With The Wild, we are firm believers in natural products in eco friendly packaging. But more than that, we love products that actually work and live up to what we expect them to do. So, without further ado, let us introduce you to our range of hair rinses by Bain & Savon.

Bain & Savon are a family owned business located in Cumbria. Since 2002 they have been making delicious natural beauty products in plastic-free packaging. Their hair rinses are just one of the items that we stock at Peace With The Wild.

Their Organic Vinegar Hair Rinses come tailored to three different types of hair; oily, dry, and normal. Each product comes in a recyclable aluminium bottle with an aluminium lid and the goodness within is organic, natural, vegan and cruelty free.

Oily hair

The hair rinse for oily hair uses an apple cider vinegar base combined with lemon and bergamot to cut through any grease, leaving your hair shiny and soft. These organic essential oils also leave behind a wonderful smell, making your hair seem fresh to all of your senses. The organic, unfiltered apple cider vinegar is there to properly cleanse your hair, and to give it a gorgeous shine.

Dry Hair

You might not think that lime is an ingredient that is commonly used for dry hair but it has properties that are excellent for treating a complaint that often comes with it- dry skin. The enzymes in it are fantastic at clearing a dry scalp and it will leave your hair feeling soft and shiny. Bergamot is great for cleansing the hair of build up that can leave your hair and scalp dry and damaged, therefore we love it in this cleansing, revitalising rinse.

Normal hair

As well as smelling divine, orange is great for getting rid of any oiliness as well as eradicating dandruff. It is also used to strengthen brittle hair and to help prevent any hair loss. Mixed together with apple cider vinegar, this lovely rinse is great for those blessed with normal hair.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *