Liquid Conditioner

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These liquid conditioners are handmade by Bain & Savon using natural ingredients. They feel silky smooth and smell divine. The ingredients have been specially blended for different hair types; Normal, Oily, Dry and Dry/Itchy Scalp.


Normal Hair – Organic Argon Oil: Ideal for normal hair, it contains grapefruit essential oil which has antimicrobial properties, giving you a healthy scalp and hair.

Dry Hair – Organic Baobab Oil: The Baobab Oil helps to revive your hair, leaving it feeling silky smooth.

Oily Hair – Organic Hemp Oil: Containing Hemp Oil this conditioner is great for oily hair as it helps to maintain the hair’s natural texture.

Dry/Itchy Scalp – Organic Marshmallow & Chickweed Oil: The Marshmallow root helps to sooth and relieve an itchy scalp. Chickweed also helps to relieve itchy scalps.

Why we love these natural liquid conditioners:

  • 100% natural ingredients
  • Packed full of antioxidants which helps keep your hair healthy and shiny – No synthetic silicones.
  • No parabens, synthetic preservatives, synthetic fragrances or other “harsh” ingredients.
  • Handmade in the UK by Bain & Savon
  • Comes in an aluminium bottle with a plastic pump dispenser. You can also buy them with a metal cap and reuse your pump dispenser.
  • Palm Oil Free
  • Cruelty free
  • Vegan

Size: 150 ml

To Use

Wash your hair with shampoo and rinse the shampoo out. Squeeze your hair gently to remove excess water then apply a small amount of the conditioner to the ends of your hair to start with. Then work your way up applying more conditioner where required. Gently massage you’re your scalp and leave in for a minute or two, then rinse out thoroughly. You can leave the conditioner in for up to 10 minutes for a deeper condition.

As with all products, if irritation occurs stop using immediately.

Bain and Savon

Bain and Savon are a small family run artisan business who use 100% pure essential oils and the natural colours come from herbs and plants, some of which they grow themselves.

Like Sansaar, they believe that products should be good for us and the environment.