Available in 5oz / 150 ml Alcohol-Free Cojoba™ Styling Gel is a light and creamy Coconut and Jojoba oil-based style setting gel that also functions as a moisturizing curl definer. Absent of common synthetics such as silicones and plastic polymers or drying alcohols, Cojoba is a healthy alternative to typical styling products. Jojoba oil plus extracts of Bamboo, Linseed and alcohol-free Witch Hazel help boost Cojoba’s natural holding power without making hair sticky, greasy or flaky. Coconut oil penetrates deep into hair’s fibers to increase its resilience and tensile strength.
How To Use
For Wet Sets and Soft To Medium Hold– On short to shoulder length hair, part hair into 2 or 4 inch sections using a quarter-size amount of gel for each. Increase amount for longer or very thick hair. The more product you use, a firmer hold will result. Cojoba is versatile and we encourage you to experiment to find the level of hold you desire. To avoid clumped hair comb product through strands, ensuring even distribution. Once the product has been evenly distributed, set on rollers or otherwise style as normal. Use a dryer to shorten set time. After removing rollers, etc. lightly scrunch hair to soften if you find the hold to be too firm.
As a Curl Definer– On damp shoulder length hair, part hair into 2 or 4 inch sections and apply a quarter-size amount to each section. Using your fingers, distribute product evenly through each section being careful not to disturb hair’s natural curl pattern. Scrunch hair for greater definition. Lightly blow dry with a hood dryer or hand dryer with a diffuser attachment, or allow hair to dry naturally. If you find final hold to be too firm, simply scrunch hair to soften.
Always remember to conduct a patch test for any new product you buy before engaging in full use.
Soft, Natural Style Hold
Controls Frizz and Flyaways
Aloe Vera Juice, Extracts of Bamboo, Linseed and Alcohol-Free Witch Hazel, Certified Organic Coconut Oil, Abasynian Oil and Jojoba Oil.
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