yarok Feed Your Ends Leave In ConditionerSee All yarok
Yarok Hair Feed Your Ends Leave In Conditioner prevents damage from heat styling. Protect your ends with this nutritious, leave-in conditioner spray, packed with vitamins, minerals and essential oils that nourish hair prior to blow drying or heat styling.
To protect from heat and add shine spray on damp ends in even sections, then blow dry and style. When using to detangle, use all over damp hair, including ends.
vitamin aqua (water), Simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) oil, Olea europaea (olive) oil, Vitis vinifera (grapeseed) oil, Prunus armeniaca (apricot) oil, Oenothera biennis (primrose) oil, plant sourced kosher vegan xanthan gum & potassium sorbate; essential oils of: Rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) & Litsea cubeba (may chang)
Our focus is to make the greatest positive impact on hair and scalp health with the least negative impact on the natural environment. Whether it's our packaging, our product formulations, our day-to-day operations or our strategic partnerships we are dedicated to supporting environmental causes.
Each YAROK formula is a powerful blend of organic and all-natural botanicals that are consciously sourced and responsibly harvested. YAROK uses primarily "certified organic" ingredients. Very few hair care companies can say that every one of their products meet 100% of all vegan requirements. Even fewer can claim that their entire hair care line is free of alcohol, paraben, sulfates and cruelty to animals, and that they work beautifully, too. Yarok can say all of the above.
While we don't test on animals, we've had many willing New York City salon clients volunteer to test our all natural formulations before they went to market. This is how we got our start. Before long, there was such a demand for more products to transform a variety of hair and scalp issues and to overcome certain styling challenges. We spent several years developing and refining the complete line of Yarok hair care available today.
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